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Default Any RX 460 with DVI-I?

Seems to me that most reviewers and shop runners are morons who have no idea about what DVI-D and DVI-I is. Is there any RX 460 version confirmed with DVI-I so I can use proper monitor with it (currently Vision Master Pro 514)?
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Everyone is dropping analog interfaces, because why bother with RAMDAC and signal decoupling when you can claim D-Sub/DVI-A/DVI-I don't offer the necessary visual fidelity?

The VGA world needs an ASRock-type manufacturer. Those guys still put DB-25 parallel ports and 33 MHz PCI slots on modern motherboards...
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Why bother when you can get an active DP to Analogue adaptor?
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No you can't. You can buy them, however.
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You can get a Sapphire R7 370.

It's got DVI-I
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Yeah but starting with 370X there is already almost nothing. So with new cards I can get to aprox. double the performance of HD 5770.

Damn it, no new card than, time to check second-hand.
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time to check second-hand.
Avoid, 2nd hand cards are prone to fail: or are you able to reballing them?
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Damn it, no new card than, time to check second-hand.
If you really need to, you could get something like this:
https://www.amazon.de/Hewlett-Packar.../dp/B0025ZUF8K

So I don't really see the problem here...
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