Amazon Basics DisplayPort to DisplayPort Cable, 3 Feet, Black
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a b c Craig Wiley (25 April 2013). "How to Choose a DisplayPort Cable, and Not Get a Bad One!". DisplayPort.org. Archived from the original on 5 July 2013.
FAQ for HDMI 2.0". HDMI. Archived from the original on 5 January 2019 . Retrieved 29 November 2013. VESA Releases DisplayPort 1.3 Standard: 50% More Bandwidth, New Features". 16 September 2014 . Retrieved 15 September 2016. DisplayPort Active-Sync remains an optional part of the specification, so Adaptive-Sync availability will continue to be on a monitor-by-monitor basis as a premium feature.RBR: 04 × 1.62 Gbit/s = 06.48 Gbit/s bandwidth (data rate of 5.184 Gbit/s or 648 MB/s with 8b/10b encoding) The total bandwidth of the main link in a standard 4-lane connection is the aggregate of all lanes: To support a particular format, the source and display devices must both support the required transmission mode, and the DisplayPort cable must also be capable of handling the required bandwidth of that transmission mode. (See: Cables and connectors)
a b c d "VESA Publishes DisplayPort Standard Version 1.4". Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA). 1 March 2016. Archived from the original on 3 January 2018 . Retrieved 2 March 2016. If you want to buy an 8k DisplayPort cable, JSAUX is a great option. Like the previous one, this cable is also specially designed for High-end gamers for lightning-fast performance. This is a Male to Male connector compatible with laptops, TV, monitors, and PC. Club 3D DisplayPort cable offers the highest resolution that supports 8K quality at 60Hz, 5K at 60Hz, and 4K at 144Hz. The cable also offers a decompressed digital 2.1, 5.1, or 7.1 audio feature. There is a two-year warranty on the customers.The cable is enabled with a mirror display, and one can easily connect it to their monitor. It also supports different modes of DP for the best customization. DisplayPort Attachment 1" (PDF). 23 November 2015. Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 January 2018 . Retrieved 23 November 2015. Total bandwidth (the number of binary digits transmitted per second) is equal to the bandwidth per lane of the highest supported transmission mode multiplied by the number of lanes.