Is this the correct picture? Google is showing me a simpler adapter without the USB portion (i.e. passive adapter). I wish to be able to use this to connect my dual-link DVI only monitor that is 2560x1440 to my laptop (radeon 8750m) which only has VGA or display port. Is this the correct adapter? The description does mention 2560x1600, but I'm a little skeptical due to the differring picture results from my Google search.
Edit: Updated link.
You cant do Display Port to DVI (Dual-Link) with a passive adapter.
This particular Adapter is DVI-D which means you CANT do DVI-A analog VGA. DVI-I has the extra pins.
DVI anything cannot do 4k or 5k video.
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