• C2G 26911 DVI-D M/M Dual Link Digital Video Cable, Black (6.6 Feet, 2 Meters)
  • C2G 26911 DVI-D M/M Dual Link Digital Video Cable, Black (6.6 Feet, 2 Meters)
  • C2G 26911 DVI-D M/M Dual Link Digital Video Cable, Black (6.6 Feet, 2 Meters)
  • C2G 26911 DVI-D M/M Dual Link Digital Video Cable, Black (6.6 Feet, 2 Meters)
  • C2G 26911 DVI-D M/M Dual Link Digital Video Cable, Black (6.6 Feet, 2 Meters)
C2G 26911 DVI-D M/M Dual Link Digital Video Cable, Black (6.6 Feet, 2 Meters)
C2G 26911 DVI-D M/M Dual Link Digital Video Cable, Black (6.6 Feet, 2 Meters)
C2G 26911 DVI-D M/M Dual Link Digital Video Cable, Black (6.6 Feet, 2 Meters)
C2G 26911 DVI-D M/M Dual Link Digital Video Cable, Black (6.6 Feet, 2 Meters)
C2G 26911 DVI-D M/M Dual Link Digital Video Cable, Black (6.6 Feet, 2 Meters)

C2G 26911 DVI-D M/M Dual Link Digital Video Cable, Black (6.6 Feet, 2 Meters)

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  • USE - Connect a DVI-D port to any DVI-D equipped computer, monitor, projector, or a TV, for resolutions up to 2560 X 1600 pixels *Note- DVI-I and DVI-D are not interchangeable connections.
  • MOLDED GOLD-PLATED CONNECTORS -Corrosion resistant connectors provide optimal video signal transfer and a durable, long life. Molded jacket will provide excellent strain relief against conductor damage
  • TRIPLE SHIELDED UNDERMOLD WITH DUAL FOIL AND BRAID SHIELD - Prevents and protects the cable from unwanted noise interference and individually insulated conductors help to minimize crosstalk, and ensure high speed, error-free transmission
  • SLOTTED, TEXTURED THUMBSCREWS - Allows you to use a flathead screwdriver in tight spaces to install or remove this cable and prevents the cable from accidently disconnecting from the port
  • PACKAGING - To ensure you receive the highest quality products C2G packages all product in C2G branded packaging

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Hefty Cable, Bargain PriceItem # B0000X0VCY M/M Dual Link Digital Video Cable (Cables to Go)Note: when using Digital Video Interface, the monitor doesn't actually detect the video signal until Windows delivers the `welcome' screen. So, if you need to switch the bios settings to onboard VGA vs PCI display (onboard VGA is NOT the default) be forewarned that there won't be a PCI signal from your graphics card until the back-up on-board VGA is enabled so you can still switch plugs and access your bios in the event of an emergency.My efforts to rebuild a computer which was the victim of a failed hard drive, were centered around the purchase of a new graphics processor unit (GPU) PCI card. The OS (operating system) was also outdated, and since the Windows versions since XP have each included a support feature for multiple monitors/displays, my graphics card also featured three types of interface jacks.The one which resembles a PS/2 mouse plug is unused. But the standard VGA (blue) jack is also present. Also included was an adapter for converting a VGA line to a DVI plug-in. And the third interface is an actual DVI (digital video interface) jack. So you could potentially install two VGA plug-in monitors, or two DVI type monitors, to the one graphics card.This DVI cable is approximately twice the thickness/gage of the VGA connector wire which was included with the new monitor. And while the packing insert stipulated a DVI cable was to be included, I didn't receive one. Contemporary computers tend to be very capable of processing digital video, and my monitor includes both DVI and VGA jacks. The DVI is preferred to enjoy the optimal performance of a flat-screen monitor.5Works well I was doing an annual "clean everything up" inside & outside the computer and I realized I was only using a single-link cable instead of a dual-link, so my graphics card was being bottlenecked at the cable. Switched to these (bought two for future use) and they are very satisfactory 5Cheap Price, High Quality I got the shortest version of this cable you could get. I think it was 1 meter or a little over 3 feet. its a good cable. Its really thick gauge cable and has some insulators that other cables don't have. plug & play and she works. I switched from VGA to DVI-D and it looks nicer. You won't plug it in and notice a 100% difference or anything but text is clearer and the overall picture seems to look better. I use this cable to plug a galaxy tech geforce GT610 to a HP W2072a 20" monitor and it works perfect for that. If you're using VGA and have a DVI input on your computer/monitor well stop using VGA and get this cable. You won't find this cable in stores for a cheaper price unless you live in a bigger city, I live in a small town so online is the way to go. 5Don't Spend MoreSTOP. Do not buy cables at an electronic's superstore. YOU WILL BE RIPPED OFF.I needed a DVI cable and went to an electronic's superstore and found that they wanted $45 for a DVI cable. A search on Amazon for a USB cable yields a $10-$15 price. Just plain horrible and wrong that someone would charge 4x as much as is reasonable for a cable.I came online and found Cables to Go with a $10 price for a DVI cable. Construction quality is fantastic and better than the $45 cable I returned to the superstore .... better yet, this 1/4 the price of the electronic's superstore "brand name" cable.Frankly, I will ONLY buy cables from cables to go. I'm on a mission to get the word out that we as consumers are being ripped off in the area of computer cords that cost just waaaaaaay too much and where I'm not getting much more.Some people will say that the signal is better on some 'name brand' cables, or that the insulation is better, or that "whatever" is better. In my experience in using thousands of different computer cables in my life, I have yet to really experience the difference. Yes DVI is better than VGA and USB and Firewire is better than Serial but the difference is based on the standard, not the cable architecture. When it comes to construction, this cable from cables to go is everybit as good as what comes in OEM packaging.Fantastic!5I saw an immediate difference in screen qualityI have a mac mini and have been using a standard VGA cable with an adapter to connect to an old flat screen dell for a couple years now. My wife got me a new Dell HD monitor for Fathers Day and I saw it had a DVI input (though it came supplied with a standard VGA cable). Honestly, I have done zero research and have no idea what the difference is supposed to be, or what you are supposed to get, but I ordered this cable because I wanted to get the most out of my new monitor.As soon as I hooked the cable up, my mac mini detected the monitor type and adjusted the resolution settings for the monitor. Looks great! Although, the text size is really tiny but I know that can be adjusted...I only gave this a four star review, because, well, it's a cable, it does what it does. I thought it was a little thick and stiff, which could cause problems for some people depending on how cramped their set up is. Maybe this is typical for these types of cables? No idea. But, it did the job and I'm very happy I ordered it. If your monitor and computer has DVI connectivity, you should definitely upgrade your cable from VGA.4Very Nice Cable, Great PriceI put off buying a DVI cable when I bought my last PC because it was new technology and my budget was able to spend another $60-$80 on a video cable.Recently I was working on calibrating my monitor for color perfect workflow (so my digital photos would print the same way they look on screen and at the photo shoot). As I was doing this it occurred to me that I was still using a DVI to VGA converter from my video card and running an old-school VGA cable to my monitor. Because I felt silly using state of the art technology for color calibration while not using the same for my video connection. I looked around and found this cable on Amazon and ordered it.The cord comes packaged in a printed plastic zip-lock style bag. There are no instructions or documentation that come with it. Some people might find this odd, but you really don't need any documentation. It is a cable; you plug it in and screw down the connectors.The cable does its job. I have noticed that fine details are sharper and more clear. It is not mind-blowing, but it is better than VGA.The construction of the cable seems nice as well. It seems very sturdy. I know another reviewer said it was flimsy and another said the contacts were all bent, but this was not my case. The shielding is robust and the cable head seems well constructed. The connector pins were all in good condition. The screw connectors were made well and easy to use.For most people this will be a great cable. The length of this cable is about six feet so you are only running this cable from your computer to your monitor. This means the cable does not need to be "gold-plated" or "double insulated" or any of the other "sales terms" used by companies like Monster and Best Buy (Geek Squad).My recommendation is you save yourself $50 or more and buy this cable rather than getting charged quite a bit more for essentially the same product in different packaging at one of the retail chains.Overall, I would definitely purchase this again.-Cheers!5Cables to Go 6' DVI-D male/male cableThis seems to be a very well-made, rugged cable. Therein lies my one minor disappointment as the actual diameter of the wire is larger than I expected, making poisitioning of the cable a little more challenging than I expected. Not a deal breaker at all, but such a clunky cable wasn't what I had expected. Also, please note that this has, as described, dual DVI connectors. For people like me who haven't been aware, there are 2 styles of DVI connectors (single and dual). Before ordering a cable or connector, people should look at the connector on their device to see which they need and be sure to order the right kind; otherwise, they may be mightily unhappy when they try to plug in a cable with the wrong connector.4Works greatTo confirm what others have been reporting here for years, this cable works just as well as the very expensive ones you'll find at brick and mortars, and for a small fraction of the price.Back in the days where all signals were passed along analog cables, there was indeed somewhat of a difference in the quality of the image or sound received at the far end of the cable, especially on a long run of cable.Digital is another story, but the cable making companies don't want you to know that ... it would destroy their cash cow. $10 DVI cables deliver just as well at $70 ones. $3 HDMI cables do exactly the same job as $50 ones. So don't be fooled. The cables are passing data, not signal. If all the data reaches the far end, you're going to get it from your viewing/listening device. And as long as there isn't a defect in the cable, all the data WILL reach the far end.Why am I getting a DVI cable at this late date? Well, I bought a 28" Viewsonic monitor for $250, which is a great deal in itself. It only had VGA and DVI inputs. I got a video card with both outputs, and I'm driving a dual monitor set up out of the one card. To buy a monitor with HDMI would have cost another $100, and it would have had the same performance. HDMI is not superior to DVI, its just a smaller connection ... plus it also carries sound. Since my monitor doesn't have speakers, that isn't an issue.I've used this cable for seven years now without a problem.Highly recommended cable as a good value.5does what it says, easy 5 starsSystem:FX 6300R9 270cheap gateway flatscreen as second monitorI use this cable for my second screen which is mostly used for watching TV while playing casual games, for monitoring system while playing more intense games, and for managing streaming and system while gaming as well. The cable is pretty stiff but not so much as yto worry about it breaking while moving things around, which is the perfect balance for me since i do move things around a lot. The plugs fit firmly, screw in properly and snug. I am not a picture quality enthusiast but it is a cheap cable that provides clean signal to a cheap screen, so it had a lowq bar for a 5 star rating and got it.5Great cables at a great price These are the best cables of their type, I believe. Prices vary and this is a great price. I got two 5 meter cables and one 3 meter cable. I connected my 4-monitor system up using these cables, for the furthest 3 monitors. The construction quality of the cables is outstanding, and they're very thick and with the full set of DVI-D prongs. Again, I don't think there is anything better in this category.The monitors I connected to my PC: ViewSonic VX2250WM-LED 22-Inch (21.5-Inch Vis) Widescreen Full HD 1080p LED Monitor with Integrated Stereo Speakers. These monitors are a great deal too, with fantastic picture and low quality sound to be honest.The high-quality graphics card I used for my 4-monitor system: Nvidia Quadro Nvs 450 PCIE16 512MB GDDR3 4PORT To Dvi Cable.Things work out well when you get your longer cables ahead of time, otherwise you might run out to the local store for convenience and pay a lot more. 5Sturdy qualityCables are a commodity item. Hence, most of them will be garbage, since they compete on price. These cables are just as good as any other cable that works, except they are well-made, not flimsy, and the connectors (plugs) appear to be firmly attached. I repair PCs and am constantly attaching and detaching these cables from either a PC or a flat-panel monitor. Some other cables I have used just stop working after a few months of use; I figure that the wires/connectors inside the plugs have been pulled out or broken. These are relatively inexpensive, yet have so far lasted longer than other inexpensive DVI cables. You can always pay more, but I don't think you're likely to get any better.5DVI cables are a dime a dozen nowadays...Most "free" DVI cables are useable, but after a while of use, they deteriorate (see that hue coming through?). And when I moved 900 miles away from my stash of superb, bought cables, as a beggar I was given some really "bad" oem cables when I forgot to bring my cables with me. I had to get some quality DVI for my Linux workstation, otherwise I'd go nuts looking at the artifacts of bad DVI cables.Although I never have purchased from Cables to Go vendor before... I am a huge skeptic of product claims today, but with Amazon's return policy, I thought, let's try these cables due to the clearly outlined specs. The price was right as well.Although all of my DVI cables sitting 900 miles away have "chokes" on both ends, these cables did not. This was a concern, but, you know about beggars being choosy... I bought four of these cables to connect the LCD monitors. Upon arrival, I was happy to see a quality, sturdy construction, with solid connectors. Hooking the cables up (nice tight fit on both sides) and then firing up the workstation... Finally, a stable image and NO artifacts. I'm happy again. And after several connects and disconnects, all is still good and rock solid.The four cables I got were good, without any problems. Yes, I would recommend.5No more green sparkles!I was using the cable that came with my 19 inch viewsonic monitor for 5 years and it looked exactly like this cableb but it only had 18 pins and this has 24 pins. For the last few days I was getting green sparkles indicating cable or hardware failure. I like this monitor and didn't want a widescreen one for day to day activities so this cable was a godsend.I was researching cables and most go for 30 bucks wow what a rip off for a dvi cable. It is a bit stiff and thick but I'm glad because hopefully it will last for 5 years.I'm as happy as a clam I was using a dsub temporarily yesterday to test out if it is the cable and my initial hunch was right I wasn't getting any green sparkles with the dsub so it was narrowed down to cable or the connector and I'm glad it was just the cable.Thank you Cables to Go I also have your 7 port hub which works great as well its blue and has a black light that matches everything.This wasn't suppose to be shipped out so quickly but I got it Amazon still states its not send out.5
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Hefty Cable, Bargain PriceItem # B0000X0VCY M/M Dual Link Digital Video Cable (Cables to Go)Note: when using Digital Video Interface, the monitor doesn't actually detect the video signal until Windows delivers the `welcome' screen. So, if you need to switch the bios settings to onboard VGA vs PCI display (onboard VGA is NOT the default) be forewarned that there won't be a PCI signal from your graphics card until the back-up on-board VGA is enabled so you can still switch plugs and access your bios in the event of an emergency.My efforts to rebuild a computer which was the victim of a failed hard drive, were centered around the purchase of a new graphics processor unit (GPU) PCI card. The OS (operating system) was also outdated, and since the Windows versions since XP have each included a support feature for multiple monitors/displays, my graphics card also featured three types of interface jacks.The one which resembles a PS/2 mouse plug is unused. But the standard VGA (blue) jack is also present. Also included was an adapter for converting a VGA line to a DVI plug-in. And the third interface is an actual DVI (digital video interface) jack. So you could potentially install two VGA plug-in monitors, or two DVI type monitors, to the one graphics card.This DVI cable is approximately twice the thickness/gage of the VGA connector wire which was included with the new monitor. And while the packing insert stipulated a DVI cable was to be included, I didn't receive one. Contemporary computers tend to be very capable of processing digital video, and my monitor includes both DVI and VGA jacks. The DVI is preferred to enjoy the optimal performance of a flat-screen monitor.5Works well I was doing an annual "clean everything up" inside & outside the computer and I realized I was only using a single-link cable instead of a dual-link, so my graphics card was being bottlenecked at the cable. Switched to these (bought two for future use) and they are very satisfactory 5Cheap Price, High Quality I got the shortest version of this cable you could get. I think it was 1 meter or a little over 3 feet. its a good cable. Its really thick gauge cable and has some insulators that other cables don't have. plug & play and she works. I switched from VGA to DVI-D and it looks nicer. You won't plug it in and notice a 100% difference or anything but text is clearer and the overall picture seems to look better. I use this cable to plug a galaxy tech geforce GT610 to a HP W2072a 20" monitor and it works perfect for that. If you're using VGA and have a DVI input on your computer/monitor well stop using VGA and get this cable. You won't find this cable in stores for a cheaper price unless you live in a bigger city, I live in a small town so online is the way to go. 5Don't Spend MoreSTOP. Do not buy cables at an electronic's superstore. YOU WILL BE RIPPED OFF.I needed a DVI cable and went to an electronic's superstore and found that they wanted $45 for a DVI cable. A search on Amazon for a USB cable yields a $10-$15 price. Just plain horrible and wrong that someone would charge 4x as much as is reasonable for a cable.I came online and found Cables to Go with a $10 price for a DVI cable. Construction quality is fantastic and better than the $45 cable I returned to the superstore .... better yet, this 1/4 the price of the electronic's superstore "brand name" cable.Frankly, I will ONLY buy cables from cables to go. I'm on a mission to get the word out that we as consumers are being ripped off in the area of computer cords that cost just waaaaaaay too much and where I'm not getting much more.Some people will say that the signal is better on some 'name brand' cables, or that the insulation is better, or that "whatever" is better. In my experience in using thousands of different computer cables in my life, I have yet to really experience the difference. Yes DVI is better than VGA and USB and Firewire is better than Serial but the difference is based on the standard, not the cable architecture. When it comes to construction, this cable from cables to go is everybit as good as what comes in OEM packaging.Fantastic!5I saw an immediate difference in screen qualityI have a mac mini and have been using a standard VGA cable with an adapter to connect to an old flat screen dell for a couple years now. My wife got me a new Dell HD monitor for Fathers Day and I saw it had a DVI input (though it came supplied with a standard VGA cable). Honestly, I have done zero research and have no idea what the difference is supposed to be, or what you are supposed to get, but I ordered this cable because I wanted to get the most out of my new monitor.As soon as I hooked the cable up, my mac mini detected the monitor type and adjusted the resolution settings for the monitor. Looks great! Although, the text size is really tiny but I know that can be adjusted...I only gave this a four star review, because, well, it's a cable, it does what it does. I thought it was a little thick and stiff, which could cause problems for some people depending on how cramped their set up is. Maybe this is typical for these types of cables? No idea. But, it did the job and I'm very happy I ordered it. If your monitor and computer has DVI connectivity, you should definitely upgrade your cable from VGA.4Very Nice Cable, Great PriceI put off buying a DVI cable when I bought my last PC because it was new technology and my budget was able to spend another $60-$80 on a video cable.Recently I was working on calibrating my monitor for color perfect workflow (so my digital photos would print the same way they look on screen and at the photo shoot). As I was doing this it occurred to me that I was still using a DVI to VGA converter from my video card and running an old-school VGA cable to my monitor. Because I felt silly using state of the art technology for color calibration while not using the same for my video connection. I looked around and found this cable on Amazon and ordered it.The cord comes packaged in a printed plastic zip-lock style bag. There are no instructions or documentation that come with it. Some people might find this odd, but you really don't need any documentation. It is a cable; you plug it in and screw down the connectors.The cable does its job. I have noticed that fine details are sharper and more clear. It is not mind-blowing, but it is better than VGA.The construction of the cable seems nice as well. It seems very sturdy. I know another reviewer said it was flimsy and another said the contacts were all bent, but this was not my case. The shielding is robust and the cable head seems well constructed. The connector pins were all in good condition. The screw connectors were made well and easy to use.For most people this will be a great cable. The length of this cable is about six feet so you are only running this cable from your computer to your monitor. This means the cable does not need to be "gold-plated" or "double insulated" or any of the other "sales terms" used by companies like Monster and Best Buy (Geek Squad).My recommendation is you save yourself $50 or more and buy this cable rather than getting charged quite a bit more for essentially the same product in different packaging at one of the retail chains.Overall, I would definitely purchase this again.-Cheers!5Cables to Go 6' DVI-D male/male cableThis seems to be a very well-made, rugged cable. Therein lies my one minor disappointment as the actual diameter of the wire is larger than I expected, making poisitioning of the cable a little more challenging than I expected. Not a deal breaker at all, but such a clunky cable wasn't what I had expected. Also, please note that this has, as described, dual DVI connectors. For people like me who haven't been aware, there are 2 styles of DVI connectors (single and dual). Before ordering a cable or connector, people should look at the connector on their device to see which they need and be sure to order the right kind; otherwise, they may be mightily unhappy when they try to plug in a cable with the wrong connector.4Works greatTo confirm what others have been reporting here for years, this cable works just as well as the very expensive ones you'll find at brick and mortars, and for a small fraction of the price.Back in the days where all signals were passed along analog cables, there was indeed somewhat of a difference in the quality of the image or sound received at the far end of the cable, especially on a long run of cable.Digital is another story, but the cable making companies don't want you to know that ... it would destroy their cash cow. $10 DVI cables deliver just as well at $70 ones. $3 HDMI cables do exactly the same job as $50 ones. So don't be fooled. The cables are passing data, not signal. If all the data reaches the far end, you're going to get it from your viewing/listening device. And as long as there isn't a defect in the cable, all the data WILL reach the far end.Why am I getting a DVI cable at this late date? Well, I bought a 28" Viewsonic monitor for $250, which is a great deal in itself. It only had VGA and DVI inputs. I got a video card with both outputs, and I'm driving a dual monitor set up out of the one card. To buy a monitor with HDMI would have cost another $100, and it would have had the same performance. HDMI is not superior to DVI, its just a smaller connection ... plus it also carries sound. Since my monitor doesn't have speakers, that isn't an issue.I've used this cable for seven years now without a problem.Highly recommended cable as a good value.5does what it says, easy 5 starsSystem:FX 6300R9 270cheap gateway flatscreen as second monitorI use this cable for my second screen which is mostly used for watching TV while playing casual games, for monitoring system while playing more intense games, and for managing streaming and system while gaming as well. The cable is pretty stiff but not so much as yto worry about it breaking while moving things around, which is the perfect balance for me since i do move things around a lot. The plugs fit firmly, screw in properly and snug. I am not a picture quality enthusiast but it is a cheap cable that provides clean signal to a cheap screen, so it had a lowq bar for a 5 star rating and got it.5Great cables at a great price These are the best cables of their type, I believe. Prices vary and this is a great price. I got two 5 meter cables and one 3 meter cable. I connected my 4-monitor system up using these cables, for the furthest 3 monitors. The construction quality of the cables is outstanding, and they're very thick and with the full set of DVI-D prongs. Again, I don't think there is anything better in this category.The monitors I connected to my PC: ViewSonic VX2250WM-LED 22-Inch (21.5-Inch Vis) Widescreen Full HD 1080p LED Monitor with Integrated Stereo Speakers. These monitors are a great deal too, with fantastic picture and low quality sound to be honest.The high-quality graphics card I used for my 4-monitor system: Nvidia Quadro Nvs 450 PCIE16 512MB GDDR3 4PORT To Dvi Cable.Things work out well when you get your longer cables ahead of time, otherwise you might run out to the local store for convenience and pay a lot more. 5Sturdy qualityCables are a commodity item. Hence, most of them will be garbage, since they compete on price. These cables are just as good as any other cable that works, except they are well-made, not flimsy, and the connectors (plugs) appear to be firmly attached. I repair PCs and am constantly attaching and detaching these cables from either a PC or a flat-panel monitor. Some other cables I have used just stop working after a few months of use; I figure that the wires/connectors inside the plugs have been pulled out or broken. These are relatively inexpensive, yet have so far lasted longer than other inexpensive DVI cables. You can always pay more, but I don't think you're likely to get any better.5DVI cables are a dime a dozen nowadays...Most "free" DVI cables are useable, but after a while of use, they deteriorate (see that hue coming through?). And when I moved 900 miles away from my stash of superb, bought cables, as a beggar I was given some really "bad" oem cables when I forgot to bring my cables with me. I had to get some quality DVI for my Linux workstation, otherwise I'd go nuts looking at the artifacts of bad DVI cables.Although I never have purchased from Cables to Go vendor before... I am a huge skeptic of product claims today, but with Amazon's return policy, I thought, let's try these cables due to the clearly outlined specs. The price was right as well.Although all of my DVI cables sitting 900 miles away have "chokes" on both ends, these cables did not. This was a concern, but, you know about beggars being choosy... I bought four of these cables to connect the LCD monitors. Upon arrival, I was happy to see a quality, sturdy construction, with solid connectors. Hooking the cables up (nice tight fit on both sides) and then firing up the workstation... Finally, a stable image and NO artifacts. I'm happy again. And after several connects and disconnects, all is still good and rock solid.The four cables I got were good, without any problems. Yes, I would recommend.5No more green sparkles!I was using the cable that came with my 19 inch viewsonic monitor for 5 years and it looked exactly like this cableb but it only had 18 pins and this has 24 pins. For the last few days I was getting green sparkles indicating cable or hardware failure. I like this monitor and didn't want a widescreen one for day to day activities so this cable was a godsend.I was researching cables and most go for 30 bucks wow what a rip off for a dvi cable. It is a bit stiff and thick but I'm glad because hopefully it will last for 5 years.I'm as happy as a clam I was using a dsub temporarily yesterday to test out if it is the cable and my initial hunch was right I wasn't getting any green sparkles with the dsub so it was narrowed down to cable or the connector and I'm glad it was just the cable.Thank you Cables to Go I also have your 7 port hub which works great as well its blue and has a black light that matches everything.This wasn't suppose to be shipped out so quickly but I got it Amazon still states its not send out.5
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