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|27th February 2006, 13:26||#1|
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Forget DVI, DMS59 Is Back Again
Several years ago, NVIDIA and ATI tried to ship graphic cards with DSM59 outputs on high end adaptors with little success. Dual Monitor System 59 (DMS59) is a 59-pin external interconnect for graphic cards. The 59 pin cable can transmit two DVI signals at a time after which an adaptor can split the pin-out into any dual output combination of two DVI and two 15-pin D-sub outputs.
At CeBIT 2006, GeCube will announce its low profile Radeon X1600 Pro adaptor with a single DMS59 output.
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