Since your source device AND your display device both use the Integrated DVI-I Interface, you may use either analog (DVI-A) or the superior digital (DVI-D).
The only reason you would ever want to use a DVI-A cable in this setup would be if these devices were set at a far distance from each other.
Without a repeater, DVI's digital signal would not last past 5 meters.
Also, you will need to determine what resolution you are trying to reach, as the higher resolutions are only supported by Dual Link DVI Cables.
Most people, however, will only require Single Link DVI.
link DVI cable can support resolutions and timings that use a video clock rate of about 25-165 MHz.
A dual link DVI-D cable, on the other hand, will handle up to 330 MHz and is backwards compatible with single link.
Thus if you are unsure which type you need, the dual link will work where the single link may not.
In order to determine your required bandwidth just multiply your desired resolution by your desired refresh rate (ie. 1600x1200 x 70 = 134 MHz).
These are the cables you may need and some adapters you may find useful for your application.