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HDMI->DVI cable

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Hello,
want to buy a TV as a second monitor to display videos from a computer. The video card I have 2 DVI connector(GF9600). Therefore I have decided to purchase a 3M HDMI->DVI cable.
Looked at the abundance of choice and a few puzzled: prices range from 300 rubles to infinity. Because I don't understand, ask for advice on the following issues:
1. What brand and how much(approximately) the price is better to get the cable?
2. Is it possible to buy HDMI->HDMI cable and adapter HDMI->DVI?
3. What could be the problem with cheap cables?

Thank you!
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www.3dnews.ru/offsyanka/611567/print — it's a start.
1. Not more than a few hundred rubles, 1000 and more is pure marketing. F-center makes the cables to order, in China, under the brand name Flextron, are very inexpensive.
2. Even more versatile option would be. Though probably more expensive.
3. If you really thrash from the Chinese basement — could be a bad contact in the connectors or a problem with the strength of wires. Also problems can manifest themselves at great lengths(it is better to take active cables, if length >10 meters). For 2-3-5 metres problems practically do not exist.
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When there is the same problem, bought at auction 6m HDMI->HDMI cable and adapter DVI -> HDMI was included with the graphics card.
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take HDMI->HDMI cable and adapter DVI->HDMI. when I change the graphics card, and most have HDMI connector built-in, You will have a full HDMI cable->HDMI (video and audio)
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Took 250 rubles 3-metre HDMI-HDMI adapter DVI->HDMI. Despite the fact that the 3-meter DVI-HDMI the same appearance in another build some completely space 1700rub.
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And don't forget to worry about S/PDIF connector to connect the sound to the graphics card. I did it because there are simply no.
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are you sure that your two connectors will be 2 different pictures and not one is the same?
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Take hdmi->hdmi. It is certainly smarter adapter to DVI but hdmi will soon supplant the more cumbersome and less versatile (no sound) DVI.
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Use a 10-meter cable DVI-HDMI, low-cost (<1000 rubles). First was the HD-ready TV, in the end, the normal picture on it to and failed. Decided that cable reusable. Recently changed TV in Full-HD. Decided once more to try the same cable and it worked perfectly, including sound (do not forget the S/PDIF output the sound from the mother to the graphics card).
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