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Silkland Vesa Certified Displayport Cable 2.1/2.0 2M, DP Cable Supports 4K@144Hz /165Hz /240Hz, 8K/10K/16K@60Hz, 80Gbps, HDR, ARC, DSC 1.2, G-Sync & Free-Sync, DP 2.1 for Gaming Monitor, Graphics Card

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Introduced in 2016, it saw increased use among displays and graphics cards in the years that followed.

This standard defines a type of digital audio/video connection intended to be used mainly in the connection between computers and monitors, or between computers and Home Theater systems. For example, a 1080p 240Hz monitor will not require the extremely high bandwidths associated with Ultra-high Bit Rates (UHBRs), which are added to DP 2. DisplayPort over Fiber (Active Optical Cable) – The connectors on fiber DisplayPort convert conventional electrical inputs to pulses of light that are transmitted at high speed through optical fiber, then converted back to electricity on the receiving end. We’re excited to announce that a set of reference silicon has been verified to meet the requirements of the DisplayPort 2. This latest generation of DisplayPort uses the same L-shaped connector and is entirely backward compatible with all previous versions of the technology.AMD talked in their press release about how this could in theory enable displays with 4K 480Hz, 8K 165Hz and even 1440p 900Hz thanks to the use of DSC.

The first generation of DisplayPort was introduced in 2006, and it’s gone through several successive generations since, though until the launch of DisplayPort 2.however, can go much further, hitting up to 240Hz at 4K, and even up to 85 Hz at 8K without any kind of compression. for a total 54Gbps bandwidth, at least including some of the new UHBR speeds which is good news, and extending beyond DP 1. All DisplayPort receptacles have slots for the latches to lock into but the latches on the connector itself are optional. With this scheme, only 8 out of every 10 transmitted bits represent data; the extra bits are used for DC balancing (ensuring a roughly equal number of 1s and 0s). If you’re interested in getting a new display or new computer now, and want to know which is the best one for you – DisplayPort 2.

on the other hand uses 128b/132b encoding; each group of 132 transmitted bits represents 128 bits of data.

With support for HDR, FreeSync, and G-Sync, this cable has as much compatibility as you’re going to need.

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