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Reddit mentions of VicTsing HDMI to VGA Adapter Converter Gold-Plated for PC, Laptop, DVD, Desktop and Other HDMI Input Devices - Black

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We found 43 Reddit mentions of VicTsing HDMI to VGA Adapter Converter Gold-Plated for PC, Laptop, DVD, Desktop and Other HDMI Input Devices - Black. Here are the top ones.

VicTsing HDMI to VGA Adapter Converter Gold-Plated for PC, Laptop, DVD, Desktop and Other HDMI Input Devices - Black
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Ultra-MINI, UNIQUE DESIGN. HDMI TO VGA converter can transport video from HDMI compatible device to a monitor or projector with VGA port. With this gadget, you can enjoy HD video in large screen.ADVANCED ACTIVE IC CHIP. Built-in active IC chip converts HDMI digital signal to VGA analog signal.SUPPORT HIGH RESOLUTION. The HDMI to VGA converter supports resolution up to 1920x1080(1080p Full HD) including 720p and 1600x1200 for HD monitors or projectors.GOLD-PLATED HDMI INTERFACE. Gold-plated HDMI connector resists corrosion and abrasion, and enhances the signal transmission performance.BROAD COMPATIBILITY. The HDMI to VGA converter is compatible with Raspberry Pi, laptop, TVBOX, or other devices with HDMI port. VGA female port can be connected to projectors, HDTV, monitors/Displayer and other device with VGA male port. NOTE:This product CANNOT work wiht Apple or Sony devices.

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Found 43 comments on VicTsing HDMI to VGA Adapter Converter Gold-Plated for PC, Laptop, DVD, Desktop and Other HDMI Input Devices - Black:

u/wiener_dawg · 12 pointsr/insaneparents

The adapter I have doesn't have screws.

u/Dalarrus · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

GT 1030 also has a DVI-I port, and so you could use a DVI-I to VGA cable like this one on Amazon

Or as /u/Minty090 Suggested, you could get a HDMI to VGA adapter.

u/AnotherMadHatter · 2 pointsr/raspberry_pi

I bought three monitors off Craigslist for $15/ea and two were VGA connectors and one was DVI. I bought some of these adapters and they work just fine on two of my RPi setups.

u/bitbank · 2 pointsr/raspberry_pi

I bought this one on Amazon it works fine on all of my RPIs. It takes about 250mA to run it (there's some circuitry inside).


u/darky_mtp · 2 pointsr/PS3

I think this one should work : https://www.amazon.com/dp/B016HL4CAY/

u/badillin · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Yeah just get an adapter! thats what i use too!

JUST the correct term is HDMI to VGA, not the other way around. Source to Device.


This is almost exactly the one im using


u/Kukri187 · 2 pointsr/techsupport

I would go with 1 of this and 1 of this

For the simple reason that it would be easier for her to 'plug and play' the monitors to whichever LT she wants without having to unscrew anything.

u/Carlos_Menezes · 2 pointsr/GlobalOffensive

I don't know where you live so I'll just assume the best place you can buy from is Amazon. Just look for one HDMI->VGA converter like this, they tend to be cheaper than DVI->VGA.

Don't mistakenly buy VGA->HDMI because you are always looking for a converter and they are in the form of input->output.

This one should serve you good: https://www.amazon.com/VicTsing-Gold-Plated-Converter-Adapter-Desktop/dp/B016HL4CAY/ref=pd_bxgy_147_img_2?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B016HL4CAY&pd_rd_r=GHWRZVY818CNSTSKZ9X4&pd_rd_w=T5yXg&pd_rd_wg=WVqE8&psc=1&refRID=GHWRZVY818CNSTSKZ9X4

u/swiftzz17 · 2 pointsr/buildapc

VicTsing HDMI to VGA Adapter Converter Gold-Plated for PC, Laptop, DVD, Desktop and Other HDMI Input Devices - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B016HL4CAY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_Mp5KBbHR727F2

Then just need a vga cord

u/127001host · 2 pointsr/raspberry_pi

I've been using this and it even has a cord for audio

VicTsing https://www.amazon.com/dp/B016HL4CAY/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_awd_Ppp8wb25H49R6

u/mony960 · 2 pointsr/MatebookXPro

I'm very happy with my matebook x pro. I had it last year when it first came out. If you do a lot of coding, you will find the keyboard to be pleasant, it's not perfect but it's decent. Now, I don't know about the newer one (2019) I haven't read any reviews about linux for the newer model.

TBH this laptop didn't have any major issue with linux when it first came out, it's just these small bits and pieces. Except maybe the fingerprint sensor that needs some work. I dual-booted Fedora the second day I had the laptop, not a single issue since then.

For a usb c dock, the matebook comes with one that has VGA, usb, hdmi, and another usb-c. I wanted one with ethernet and sdcard so I bought this usb c hub. Now, I usually carry this hub and this VGA to hdmi adapter.

Overall, I don't think you would regret this choice, it's really a solid laptop.

u/Newdary · 2 pointsr/laptopgaming

If I observed correctly; you are trying to connect a vga monitor to a laptop with only hdmi. If that’s the case then you’ll need an adaptor “VGA female / HDMI male” and they are usually cheap.
I have one myself, which I bought on Amazon for 8 USdlls a year ago and still works pretty good. It’s easy to use and small enough to let me connect stuff on the sides (USB and Ethernet)

This is the adaptor I bought

(Sry if the link doesn’t works, that’s the one Amazon gave me for sharing, here’s the name of the adapter: “VicTsing HDMI to VGA Adapter Converter Gold-Plated for PC, Laptop, DVD, Desktop and Other HDMI Input Devices - Black”)

Sorry for taco English, not my main language and also I’m on mobile, sry sry

u/Trixonik · 2 pointsr/sysadmin

We've used one of these (first link) with the adapter (second link) to tackle this problem. It doesn't work for sound if you use the VGA. Our AV vendor is recommending one of these - http://www.wepresentwifi.com/wipg2000.html



u/C-4 · 1 pointr/techsupport

This is what I got. It works in the sense that I get video output on my other monitor, it just doesn't allow me to move my mouse over to it, and even when I click extend my second montior has a start button and stuff. My LG is an ultra wide so the normal resolution is like 2560x1080 or something like that. I don't know why the resolution blows up all huge when I extend the displays.

u/ReddestDream · 1 pointr/chrultrabook

I also teach and use my i3 C720 at work.

Fortunately, we had new projectors put in a few years ago.

I had the maintenance people bring down HDMI as well as VGA so I don't need a dongle most of the time. ;P

For VGA, I found this dongle works well, tho I've only used it once or twice:


u/5k3k73k · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

Assuming your LCD panel is VGA you'll want to get an VGA to HDMI adapter.

Of course you'll also want a USB keyboard and mouse.

You will also want to configure your OctoPi to boot to a browser.

u/morchel2k · 1 pointr/buildapc

the 1030 only supports dvi-d, which no longer outputs the analog signal needed for vga. Either you get a other card that supports dvi-i (analog and digital pins), or you buy a hdmi to vga adapter https://www.amazon.com/VicTsing-Gold-Plated-Converter-Adapter-Desktop/dp/B016HL4CAY/ref=sr_1_3?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1506186223&sr=1-3&keywords=hdmi+vga
a active dvi-d to vga adapter would also work and keep your hdmi port free, if you want to connetc a tv or a new second monitor:

u/ironfixxxer · 1 pointr/buildapc

You can use an adapter.

If you want to use the DVI-D connection you need a special cable like this one.

You can not use an adapter like this because the DVI-D port on your graphics card has a digital signal only. VGA is an analog signal.

Or an HDMI to VGA would work too.

u/only9mm · 1 pointr/techsupport

You're right, I just looked at it, will edit the original post.

So that means I need an hdmi - vga converter than?

So this would be what I need, correct?

Edit: I edited the original post, if that helps out.

u/Chopstick2U · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I read that the GTX 1070 is the first card with a DVI port that doesn't also output analog video. With all previous generations, you can convert DVI to VGA with a cheap adapter. But with the new NVidia cards, you'll need a different adapter. I haven't used one of these, but surely it's worth a shot. It certainly ought to perform better than integrated graphics.

u/tvjunky · 1 pointr/hardware

D-Sub is (in common parlance) the same as VGA.

Pascal cards (10xx series) don't carry analog signals in their DVI ports.

So you'll need an active HDMI -> VGA adapter like this one: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B016HL4CAY (I don't know anything about this specific device)

u/altoid_lover · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

here it is. Should I cancel my order and specifically get one with a headphone jack?

u/Sam1051v · 1 pointr/Hewlett_Packard

Are you sure you're using an actual powered VGA to HDMI converter? Or is it just a cable/adapter with HDMI on one end and VGA on the other? VGA>HDMI requires a powered converter to actually convert the analog signal into a digital one.

Edit:Something like this or this won't work. You need an actual converter such as this.

u/AlonzoTyper · 1 pointr/buildapc

I had one of these but I already returned it.

Lately I've tried this VGA->HDMI adapter.

u/Ashverek · 1 pointr/buildapc


Okay so using this i'll plug one of the DVI cables directly into the GPU and the other one into a HDMI slot using this converter and i'll be good to go?

u/Kaneshadow · 1 pointr/Tech_Support


VicTsing Gold-Plated HDMI to VGA Converter Adapter for PC, Laptop, DVD, Desktop and other HDMI Input Devices - Black (VS1-VC38BVT-VD) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B016HL4CAY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_jlz2xbJE5N35Y

u/Casual_H · 1 pointr/Ice_Poseidon

Your graphics card should support 2 HDMI and a DVI input. Ditch the USB, and get a VGA to DVI or VGA to HDMI.

u/drfoqui · 1 pointr/buildapc
My suggestion is: cheaper RAM and storage (RAM will make no difference, storage will make a small difference in start up maybe) saves $35, mini ITX mobo with wifi and an HDMI to VGA adapter plus budget ITX case saves you another $50. You can look at the Cooler Master 110 for a different model of case (even smaller). If you stick to the wifi card, I'd go for the Gigabyte one someone else suggested; it's what I have and it seems to have a better reputation.

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU | Intel Core i3-6100 3.7GHz Dual-Core Processor | $110.99 @ SuperBiiz
Motherboard | ASRock H110M-ITX/ac Mini ITX LGA1151 Motherboard | $67.99 @ SuperBiiz
Memory | G.Skill NT Series 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 Memory | $30.98 @ Newegg
Storage | A-Data Premier SP550 240GB 2.5" Solid State Drive | $54.99 @ NCIX US
Case | Cooler Master Elite 130 Mini ITX Tower Case | $29.99 @ Newegg
Power Supply | EVGA 500W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply | $43.99 @ SuperBiiz
Other| HDMI to VGA adapter| $9.99
| Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
| Total (before mail-in rebates) | $368.92
| Mail-in rebates | -$20.00
| Total | $348.92
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2016-07-26 14:38 EDT-0400 |

EDIT: link to the adapter
u/D-discoideum · 1 pointr/technology

Not in my experience, but we've all got brand preferences. If you're worried about an Asus, I'm sure there are other comparably priced and powered laptops out there from other brands (probably even Dell) that have a VGA port.

And really? A VGA port? Do you really need one? You can't carry one of these if that's one of your requirement?

Because if you don't need a VGA port, here's a Dell for $649 that has the previous generation processor, but comes with 8GB of RAM and a a 256GB SSD, EACH of which will individually make a MUCH bigger performance difference than the processor will. And that's what I found when I limited myself to Dell computers only and was still unwilling to put more than 2 minutes in to the search.

Including the $175 for a 3 year accident protection plan/extended warranty and the $10 for the adapter, we're still only at $834 for a significantly better machine with a significantly better warranty. On a corporate level though, the extended warranty probably doesn't make sense. Since we're (presumably) buying a whole bunch of these, we should just make sure we're putting it on one of our corporate credit cards that doubles the one year warranty that comes with it, and for the few that break between years 2 and 3 in ways that we can't easily fix in house, we just call it a loss and buy a newer nicer machine with the money we saved on all of those 3-year warranties we didn't buy.

u/thatgermanperson · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

You can use an adapter like this one to connect your VGA monitor via HDMI. (monitor -> VGA -> adapter -> HDMI -> GPU)

u/Jakomako · 1 pointr/buildapc

I find it's a little easier to go HDMI to VGA since a lot of people have laptops with HDMI ports and need VGA for old projectors and stuff.


u/bobstro · 0 pointsr/raspberry_pi

You can find cheap HDMI-to-VGA converters which should work with any OS. If you want audio as well, look around for other similarly-priced alternatives.

u/4thewrynn · 0 pointsr/techsupport

You cant have onboard and dedicated graphics run at the same time.

Get an adapter (example) for your second monitor and connect it to the HDMI port on the GPU.