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The highest resolution supported by single-link DVI is 1920x1200, so you'll be fine with a "standard" single-link DVI cable. For resolutions exceeding 1920x1200, you'll need to use a dual-link DVI-D cable (much thicker, more expensive, and with more pins). DVI-I vs DVI-D does not matter in your case, since the difference pertains to the presence of both a ...
Check what type of cable you currently have, and then order that based off the guide below.
You wrote "VGA doesn't provide good quality". It is slightly inferior to DVI/HDMI but in most cases it's just fine. VGA actually supports higher resolutions than single-link DVI. Some VGA interfaces do stop at 1920x1080 or x1200 due to analog bandwidth issues but that is not an inherent limitation of VGA. Try it before you reject it. Per the Samsung ...
You have to change the Overscan in your CCC (Catalyst Control Center) Open the Catalyst Control Center My Digital Flat Panels Scaling Options change to 0% and apply This should resolve your issue.
I am sometimes (not always) having the same issue on Lenovo Yoga 13. The only workaround I was able to find was to connect the display (image goes black) switch the display off switch the display back on (now the image appears) I tried several cables, the result was always the same. It can be good to check your computer with other displays with DVI ...
Sometimes TVs are dumb, they don't handle the resolution your PC is pumping out. You might have to choose a lower resolution and work your way up the resolution scale to determine the max your TV can handle.
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