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The problem with using HDMI cables with adapters is that the HDMI connectors are not very robust. We see lots of installations with connection problems with HDMI, never with DVI. One of the big advantages of DVI is the quality of the connection and its stability.
Agreed, for HDMI connections that are a little precarious, I usually tether them with a nylon tie to keep everything in place. This should also keep a little strain off your ports in certain applications (I've had connections stop working in the past due to strain put on them by heavy cords).
 
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