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My fury came bundled with a passive DVI-DP adapter, I see no reason why this wouldn't. The only people who would have problems are those with the korean OC'd 1440s. While yes it may be annoying, that is a TINY subset of users, a small portion of which might actually get one of these cards, and the AIB cards will have DVI. For the few who meet this criteria, you might have to spend another $20 to get a better card (THE HORROR!). Seriously people, calm down. Of all the things to start a hate crusade over, this is a bit silly.
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No, the R9-290X was able to do DVI/DVI/HDMI. The Fury series needs 3x DP or hdmi/2x DP, and the 6000/7000 series needed to use at least one DP.
No love for the 5xxx cards frown.gif

The 5870 was a good card for the price. Still have one of those and a 5770 in daily use(but they are legacy now).
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Yeah,DisplayPort is better for 144 Hz and HDMI is more mainstream than DVI for 1080p content. I mean my monitor that i bought in 2015 doesn't even come with DVI,it only has HDMI and VGA. lol
2015 is pretty new by monitor standards.

My 245T(almost 8 years old) has DVI/VGA/HDMI/Composite and Component inputs. Its HDMI port is VERY bad(overscan[even video cards can not correct this] and some kind of "tv" optimized color). Sure it is 8 years old, but it looks better than many screens I have seen since. I would only consider replacing it based on that fact that it draws more power than the computer it is connected to, not on image quality. I am pretty impressed by the hours I have put on this CFL lit screen.

I have NO issue with AMD's choice(single slot card with liquid and aftermarket cards can slap that DVI onto it if needed) and all my other screens have HDMI and/or DisplayPort. I am more disappointed in the GTX 650ti that I have not having DisplayPort than this smile.gif.
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post #194 of 350
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No, the R9-290X was able to do DVI/DVI/HDMI. The Fury series needs 3x DP or hdmi/2x DP, and the 6000/7000 series needed to use at least one DP.
No love for the 5xxx cards frown.gif

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5000 was pretty dead on with 6000's connector style from what I remember, VLIW4 and 5 were not all that different.
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5000 was pretty dead on with 6000's connector style from what I remember, VLIW4 and 5 were not all that different.
The 6770 was a 5770 rebrand smile.gif

Either way the 5xxx cards required 1 DP or active DP adapted monitor for eyefinity if I remember right.
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5000 was pretty dead on with 6000's connector style from what I remember, VLIW4 and 5 were not all that different.
The 6770 was a 5770 rebrand smile.gif

Either way the 5xxx cards required 1 DP or active DP adapted monitor for eyefinity if I remember right.

Same as 6000 and 7000, yup.
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Yeah,DisplayPort is better for 144 Hz and HDMI is more mainstream than DVI for 1080p content. I mean my monitor that i bought in 2015 doesn't even come with DVI,it only has HDMI and VGA. lol

I find it funny that people even accept products with VGA connectors. Its about 30 years old now.

Single link DVI-D is the exact same as HDMI minus the connector BTW. DL DVI is effectively two ganged HDMI connections electrically.
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I find it funny that people even accept products with VGA connectors. Its about 30 years old now.

Consumers have no say in this. Basically all 1080P monitors under $250 comes with a HDMI+DVI, or HDMI+VGA, or HDMI+DVI+VGA ports configuration. It's the manufacturers that decided to keep the VGA port in all the budget monitors, not that the consumers demanded it.
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If DP to DL-DVI-D adapters (active) weren't so expensive I would say 3 DPs are all a card would ever need. DP++ eliminates the need for HDMI, VGA, and single-link DVI in every scenario.

That is to say, any card with DP++ should never have HDMI or VGA ports, and should only have DVI if they are dual link.

You cannot have a passive DP to DL-DVI-D adapter, that said the ASIC inside an active adapter should never cost more than $10 so really the issue is one of gouging.
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If DP to DL-DVI-D adapters (active) weren't so expensive I would say 3 DPs are all a card would ever need. DP++ eliminates the need for HDMI, VGA, and single-link DVI in every scenario.

That is to say, any card with DP++ should never have HDMI or VGA ports, and should only have DVI if they are dual link.

You cannot have a passive DP to DL-DVI-D adapter, that said the ASIC inside an active adapter should never cost more than $10 so really the issue is one of gouging.
HDMI is still important for people who use TVs.
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