First two pictures are PASSIVE adapter, which won't work with your card because your card doesn't output an analogue signal. Passive adapters just make connections between the pins, so there has to be video signal on the pins in the first place, and your video card doesn't put analogue video signal on the pins.
Even though it says DVI-D on the front text, it also says DVI-D 24+5 - the +5 is the analogue part, so they're intentionally or accidentally lying, and it's actually a DVI-I connector, which contains both analogue and digital pins.
The third picture is DVI to HDMI adapter. HDMI supports a subset of DVI, so this is a passive adapter, there's just wires between DVI and HDMI connector, but the DVI digital signal is compatible with the HDMI signals, so it would work with your card.
The monitor has to have a HDMI input.
Notice they are showing DVI-D and they say 24+1 , so it's truly DVI Digital only.
They're still lying a bit - they claim it supports 4K 120fps but that's wrong. No, HDMI is backwards compatible with DVI (allowing such adapters) up to 1920x1200 60 Hz.
You can use the adapter with a 4K TV, but your TV will see an 1080p signal, or whatever resolution you configure, which is at most 1920x1200.
Fourth picture... not good, same product as first two pictures, it's a passive dvi-vga, which won't work because your video card doesn't output analogue signal.
Your last picture ...
On the left you have a DVI-A connector, as in analogue only. Notice the --- thick pin and the 4 pins around it, those carry the VGA signal, and a few of the other pins on the left are for some optional signals (for example, a video card can use a couple of those pins to retrieve from the monitor a list of supported resolutions and refresh rates) but the video card could work without those pins.
If this connector had a few more pins in the middle part, you would call it DVI-I as in both analogue and digital.
On the right in the picture you have a DVI-D connector, as in digital only, it doesn't carry analogue signal. Your DVI to VGA active adapter needs to have such connector, no 4 pins around that thick ---- contact.