I am getting a lot of conflicting information about the which DVI cable I should be using with a 24" monitor that outputs 1920x1200. Most sources agree that a single link DVI cable can support up to 1920x1080 at (single link offers 165MHz). However, I can't quite get a consensus for 1920x1200. Some think a single link DVI cable is good enough others believe a dual link cable is better because it offers a few more RGBs. Here's the deal I verified that my monitor and my HD2900 supports dual link mode so that's out the way. Now, here's the kicker, even though a DVI cable comes with 24 pins if it doesn't say dual link DVI cable it only uses 12 of them (from the information I read so far). A single link DVI cable provides a TMDS (transition minimized differential signaling), a 165MHz transmitter. While dual link DVI cable offers 2 TMDS (2x165MHz). Here's the point, you want to decrease bitrate by increasing bandwidth. But there is no real concrete information out there that I've found that helps me with 1920x1200 @ 60Hz which uses 154MHz. Some believe that a single link DVI cable is enough while others think a dual link DVI cable will provide more and eliminate something called "blanking interval" but I am not sure how this relates to LCD as it does to CRTs. Can anyon elaborate on this? For the clarity?