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7 pin mini-DIN female connector layout
7 pin mini-DIN female connector
7 pin video out to three female RCA plugs (red, green, blue). These outputs are for YpbPr (YCbCr), or component, inputs to a TV. Connector can also be used with a standard s-video connector - the 7 pin mini-DIN has the same plastic key feature as the standard 4 pin mini-DIN s-video connector.

When using 7 pin mini-DIN to HDTV/component RCA connectors

Pin
Number
Pin
Name
Description (may be empty)
1 GND Ground (connected to connector shield)
2 GND Ground (connected to connector shield)
3 Y Component: to green RCA
4 Pr/Cr Component: to red RCA
5 GND Ground (connected to connector shield)
6 Pb/Cb Component: to blue RCA
7 GND Ground (connected to connector shield)

 

 

When using 4 pin mini-DIN for s-video output (same plug on video card)

Pin
Number
Pin
Name
Description (may be empty)
1 GND Ground (connected to connector shield)
2 GND Ground (connected to connector shield)
3 Y S-Video: luma (Y) signal
4 Pr/Cr S-Video: chroma (C) signal
     
     
     

The plug on the nVidia video card can output either

1. composite video (using a standard s-video to composite adapter). For NTSC this is standard definition (yellow RCA plug).

2. s-video (4 pin mini-DIN)

3. component (HDTV / YPbPr - the 'red' 'green' blue' video connectors).  These are the analog 'high definition' signals capable of up to 1080p signals.

 

 

4 pin mini-DIN female connector layout
4 pin mini-DIN female connector
According to 1 reports in our database (1 positive and 0 negative) the nVidia GeForce 7900 GT HDTV/component connector pinout should be correct.

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nVidia GeForce 7900 GT HDTV/component connector visual pinout:click to enlarge
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