HDMI Dummy Plug fit-Headless Display Emulator DDC

10 Riyal

HDMI Dummy Plug fit-Headless Display Emulator DDC is available in Saudi Arabia.

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HDMI Dummy Plug fit-Headless Display Emulator DDC – Features & Prices in Saudi Arabia :

HDMI Dummy Plug fit-Headless Display Emulator DDC EDID Headless Ghos with Windows Mac OSX Linux Great for Graphics Acceleration Support 1920×1080@60Hz 2P

Package Dimensions
3.62 x 2.17 x 0.55 inches
Item Weight
0.352 ounces
ASIN
B08RCHS7VX
Date First Available
December 27, 2020
Manufacturer
Malarpon

 

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Questions & Answers – HDMI Dummy Plug fit-Headless Display Emulator DDC :

➕ What is the price of HDMI Dummy Plug fit-Headless Display Emulator DDC in Saudi Arabia ?

The price of HDMI Dummy Plug fit-Headless Display Emulator DDC in-store is 10 SAR VAT.

➕ When HDMI Dummy Plug fit-Headless Display Emulator DDC was released ?

The release date was December 27, 2020.

➕ What is the price of HDMI Dummy Plug fit-Headless Display Emulator DDC cheap used ?

The price of HDMI Dummy Plug fit-Headless Display Emulator DDC used is 0 SAR VAT.

➕ What are the main characteristics of HDMI Dummy Plug fit-Headless Display Emulator DDC ?

Special specifications :

➕ Is it interesting to buy this product ?

The best people who can answer you are customers who have already bought and tested this product (See Customer Reviews). This product is rated 4.4 / 5 on Amazon.

➕ Where to buy HDMI Dummy Plug fit-Headless Display Emulator DDC in Saudi Arabia ?

Mall, Supermarkets, Amazon, Specialized stores, ….

 

Technical specifications – HDMI Dummy Plug fit-Headless Display Emulator DDC :

 

Compatible Devices
Monitor, Television, Desktop
Connector Type
HDMI
Color
2K-2P
Brand
Malarpon
Number of Ports
1

 

 

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2 reviews for HDMI Dummy Plug fit-Headless Display Emulator DDC

  1. M. L (verified owner)

    Works as described to add a virtual monitor to my headless computer – I have NVR software running on a Windows computer that can leverage hardware decoding to accelerate AI processing of motion triggered objects. The problem was that although I had specified that a security camera use hardware decode, the system log was reporting that the GPU did not exist. The hardware is physically present, but because there was no monitor attached, Windows didn’t acknowledge that the GPU was available for use.

  2. Z. R (verified owner)

    Simple. – Using this for VFIO and remote gaming in VMs over parsec. Works flawlessly for 1080p, 60fps.

  3. N. C (verified owner)

    Bueno – Bueno

  4. C. N (verified owner)

    When the PC or software wants a video signal and you don’t/can’t have one. – There seems to be some very odd software behavior sometimes… why must it want a monitor connected to port to provide capability? Well this has come to the rescue for some of that for us. Interestingly, an entire series of Dell workstations that we have will *not* do a remote BIOS update with actually seeing a video signal on a video port… We have a number of them as “live backup” systems to drop into place. As such, they don’t have monitors, but need to be fully updated at all times. These little butties have saved the day. Just jam them into the DisplayPort port and problem solved… They also help for headless remote access to help get you better remote resolution instead of the crappy low res defaults when you have not monitor connected.

  5. A. I (verified owner)

    Works great for me – Do exactly what I need them to do. Haven’t had any issues. I like the blue LED power indicator light. A MUST for mining. GPU’s need to sense that something is connected to them to work and these do just that. I will be buying more when I need them and will be buying THESE exact ones since i know they work properly.

  6. I. G (verified owner)

    Low cost, single pack, and supports 3840×2160@60Hz – Low cost, well built, slim profile, and can be bought in singles for those who have no use for multiples of these.

  7. T. H (verified owner)

    Perfect for headless server. – Works perfect, no issues allows easy remote access to my headless Linux server.

  8. T. H (verified owner)

    Perfect for headless server. – Works perfect, no issues allows easy remote access to my headless Linux server.

  9. I. G (verified owner)

    Low cost, single pack, and supports 3840×2160@60Hz – Low cost, well built, slim profile, and can be bought in singles for those who have no use for multiples of these.

  10. C. R (verified owner)

    Good quality product. – Does this work? I have no clue. I mean, I guess it does. I needed it to boot into my Unraid server without issues of the motherboard wanting a GPU connected, and it does. So again, does this work? I guess it does!

  11. A. I (verified owner)

    Works great for me – Do exactly what I need them to do. Haven’t had any issues. I like the blue LED power indicator light. A MUST for mining. GPU’s need to sense that something is connected to them to work and these do just that. I will be buying more when I need them and will be buying THESE exact ones since i know they work properly.

  12. Z. R (verified owner)

    Simple. – Using this for VFIO and remote gaming in VMs over parsec. Works flawlessly for 1080p, 60fps.

  13. C. R (verified owner)

    Good quality product. – Does this work? I have no clue. I mean, I guess it does. I needed it to boot into my Unraid server without issues of the motherboard wanting a GPU connected, and it does. So again, does this work? I guess it does!

  14. M. L (verified owner)

    Works as described to add a virtual monitor to my headless computer – I have NVR software running on a Windows computer that can leverage hardware decoding to accelerate AI processing of motion triggered objects. The problem was that although I had specified that a security camera use hardware decode, the system log was reporting that the GPU did not exist. The hardware is physically present, but because there was no monitor attached, Windows didn’t acknowledge that the GPU was available for use.

  15. N. C (verified owner)

    Bueno – Bueno

  16. C. N (verified owner)

    When the PC or software wants a video signal and you don’t/can’t have one. – There seems to be some very odd software behavior sometimes… why must it want a monitor connected to port to provide capability? Well this has come to the rescue for some of that for us. Interestingly, an entire series of Dell workstations that we have will *not* do a remote BIOS update with actually seeing a video signal on a video port… We have a number of them as “live backup” systems to drop into place. As such, they don’t have monitors, but need to be fully updated at all times. These little butties have saved the day. Just jam them into the DisplayPort port and problem solved… They also help for headless remote access to help get you better remote resolution instead of the crappy low res defaults when you have not monitor connected.

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