Brand has really nothing to do with it. Most of these all comes from the same place and get a badge smacked onto them. Like i said ALL cables are different and you can't just buy a cool gold fat looking cable and expect it to run the best. I had tried around 50 different cables at my office just to try. I also bought some thick gold platted cables from monoprice. In the end i found an old 28AWG cable in a box that ran the best(by like 4-8hz). This cable has no "gold", it is not 24AWG and it doesn't appear to have any cool names(monster, Nike, Porsche) on it. ALL cables are mass produced and all cables are subject to binning by performance. When mass production and binning takes place they will all be rated to run the standard data rate but any access capabilities are going to be varied. With this being said i would try multiple cables from ANY source you can either buy cheaply(monoprice) or try for free(Try friends cables).
EDIT: Just make sure they are DVI-D dual link