A video card (also called a video adapter) is an expansion card which generates a feed of output images to a display.
  • 20 pin MDR20 female
    DFP-compliant MDR-20 
  • 20 pin MDR20 female
    Digital Flat Panel (DFP) Used on digital flat panel monitors. Standard by DFP Group. Protocol: PanelLink
  • 20 pin DisplayPort plug
    DisplayPort DisplayPort is a digital display interface.
  • 59 pin DMS-59
    DMS-59 DMS-59 is a 59-pin electrical connector generally used for computer video cards. It provides two DVI/VGA outputs on a single connector.
  • 29 pin DVI female
    DVI (Digital Visual Interface) The Digital Visual Interface (DVI) is a video interface standard designed to maximize the visual quality of digital display devices such as flat panel LCD computer displays and digital projectors.
  • 35 pin MOLEX "MicroCross" female
    Enhanced video connector (EVC) Defined by Video Electronic Standards Association (VESA)
  • 19 pin HDMI type A receptacle
    HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) interface connector The High-Definition Multi-media is an industry-supported digital audio/video interface. HDMI provides an interface between any compatible digital audio/video source and a compatible digital audio and/or video monitor.
  • 20 pin Apple Thunderbolt
    Mini DisplayPort The Mini DisplayPort (MiniDP or mDP) is a miniaturized version of the DisplayPort audio-visual digital interface. Mini DisplayPort is capable of driving display devices with resolutions up to 2560?1600. Mostly used in new Apple computers: MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, Mac mini, Mac Pro, and Xserve, but also fits to some PC notebooks.
  • 32 pin Mini-DVI
    Mini-DVI connector is used on Apple computers as a digital alternative to the Mini-VGA connector.
  • 14 pin mini-VGA
    Mini-VGA connector The Mini-VGA connector is used on laptops and other systems in place of the standard VGA connector. Apart from its compact form, mini-VGA ports have the added ability to output both composite and S-Video in addition to VGA signals through the use of EDID.
  • 9 pin D-SUB female
    Monochrome TTL video 
  • 7 pin mini-DIN female
    NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT 7-Pin TV-Out Connector ( s-video ) The NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT GPU-based graphics card installed in your computer contains a 7-pin HDTV-Out connector as shown below. The connector has all the S-Video signals but no video capture signals and has support for component-out and composite-out via a dongle. The table below lists the connector pinout.
  • 35 pin MOLEX "MicroCross" female
    Plug and Display Analog/Digital (P&D-A/D, M1-DA) Defined by Video Electronic Standards Association (VESA) in the Plug and Display (P&D) standard. Also known as M1-DA (used in some Infocus and ASK multimedia projectors).
  • 30 pin MOLEX "MicroCross" female
    Plug and Display Digital (P&D-D) Defined by Video Electronic Standards Association (VESA) in the Plug and Display (P&D) standard
  • 35 pin MOLEX "MicroCross" female
    VESA-compliant P&D - EVC 
  • 15 pin highdensity D-SUB female
    VGA Nearly all modern PC graphics cards use the same 15 pin VGA connector that the original IBM VGA card used. VGA=Video Graphics adapter or Video Graphics Array.
  • 15 pin highdensity D-SUB female
    VGA (VESA DDC) VGA=Video Graphics adapter or Video Graphics Array. VESA=Video Electronics Standards Association. DDC=Display Data Channel.
  • 14 pin Apple PowerBook video
    Apple 14 pin video All Apple-manufactured Macintosh monitors except the 21-inch Color Display and Two-Page Monochrome monitor are supported.
  • 45 pin Apple HDI-45
    Apple AudioVision The Power Macintosh computers provide connection to AudioVision monitors (and other monitors when used with an adapter cable) by means of an AudioVision HDI-45 monitor socket on their back panels.
  • Apple Digital Audio/Video (DAV) 
  • Apple Digital video Application (DVA) DVA is somewhat similar to the Digital Audio/Video connector. Available on Apple Macintosh LC 630 / Quadra 630
  • 35 pin Apple ADC "MicroCross" female
    Apple Display Connector (ADC, Apple Digital) video The Apple Display Connector (ADC) is a proprietary modification of the DVI connector that combines analog and digital video signals, USB, and power all in one cable. Apple used ADC for their flat panel LCDs and their final CRT display, before deciding to use Digital Video Input (DVI).
  • 14 pin Apple video
    Apple iMac video 
  • 15 pin highdensity D-SUB female
    Apple Macintosh portable external video 
  • 7 pin mini-DIN female
    Apple S-Video Input The Power Macintosh AV card also contains two identical connectors for S-video input and output, with adapter cables for composite video devices that have RCA connectors (like television equipment).Available on Apple Power Macintosh 6100AV/7100AV/8100AV
  • 7 pin mini-DIN female
    Apple S-Video Output The Power Macintosh AV card also contains two identical connectors for S-video input and output, with adapter cables for composite video devices that have RCA connectors (like television equipment). Available on Apple Power Macintosh 6100AV/7100AV/8100AV
  • 14 pin Apple video
    Apple video/composite out The iMac G5 detects the type of display adapter that is plugged in and programs the graphics IC to route the appropriate video signals to the connector. The signal assignments on the video connector when the composite adapter is attached are shown
  • 6 pin mini-DIN male (PS/2 STYLE)
    Leadtek TV-OUT (6 pin) Pinout of the PS/2 connector used on some Leadtek and VisionTek GeForce2 Ti cards as tvout connectors. Just hook up an rca to the composite pins and you have yourself a cable.
  • 9 pin mini-DIN female proprietary
    Leadtek Winfast TV2000 

 
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