DVI-D(digital) to VGA(analog) converter - GTX 1050ti

I've recently bought gtx 1050 ti. It has a HDMI 2.0b, DisplayPort 1.4 and Dual-Link DVI-D output.
My monitor output is VGA.
DVI-D signals are digital, while VGA signals are analog so the video card must support outputting analog over the DVI-D port. Video Card :
Converter :
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  1. That's a passive adapter and it won't work, you need an ACTIVE adapter.
    Reply to Mousemonkey
  2. Best answer
    I love the description of that adapter:

    ●DVI-D 24+1 Male To VGA 15 Pin Female Converter Adapter for LCD HDTV screen
    ●Allows you to convert a standard DVI-D port into a second VGA port
    ●Connect any VGA monitor with HD15 male connector to any computer with DVI-D port (25pin - 3x 8 rows and 1 flat pins)
    ●Complete with thumb screws and barrel nuts to make sure of a secure connection
    ●Ideal for people who want to use the dual monitors for their work/game environment
    ●Gold plated DVI-D pins to ensure high quality signal transfer
    ●Easy to install, just plug and play

    ●This adapter will only work with graphic cards that are analog compatible"

    Except that DVI-D port is always digital (that "D" in the name), never analog.
    "The DVI connector on a device is given one of three names, depending on which signals it implements:
    DVI-I (integrated, combines digital and analog in the same connector; digital may be single or dual link)
    DVI-D (digital only, single link or dual link)
    DVI-A (analog only)"

    This is what you need:
    Reply to DRagor
  3. Is there any other converter? Because the reviews don't seem good
    Reply to RediG7
  4. Definitely there have to be other adapters out there, this one linked as example.
    Reply to DRagor
  5. most of them don't support 1366x768 resolution. What happens if i connect them?
    Reply to RediG7
  6. Of course they'll support 1366x768 , why would you think otherwise ??
    Reply to madmatt30
  7. RediG7 said:
    most of them don't support 1366x768 resolution. What happens if i connect them?

    Why you think so? Description usually only lists highest supported resolution. So if it says 1920x1200 for example, 1366x768 will work too.
    Reply to DRagor
  8. Because they pointed out that it only worked with those resolutions. Anyway thanks
    Reply to RediG7
  9. If you're in any doubt, you can always buy a new monitor which has a digital input instead! - :lol:
    Reply to Phillip Corcoran
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