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Title: DisplayPort Cables: DP to DP, DP to HDMI, DP to DVI


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Your Ultimate Guide to DisplayPort
Cables DisplayPorts make display cable selection
easier. A standard DisplayPort cable has a
design, which works with any DP-Source
device. Devices such as a PC or laptop, and any
DP-monitor connect swiftly with a DP. In brief, a
standard DisplayPort cable, works with the very
first DP-systems and displays, introduced around
five years ago.
However, if you intend to connect your computer
to TV, then HDMI is going to be your wisest
choice. High Definition Multimedia Interface
(HDMI) is the most popular in the general
marketplace. This is because every new TV is HDMI
capable. Moreover, they also work with the new
upgraded and future systems. They work with
displays that support multi stream and
display resolutions up to 4K (Ultra HD) at
60Hz. You can also use a standard
DisplayPort cable between a PC and a
multi-stream hub. You can also use it between
daisy chainable multi stream monitors. You do not
need to worry about getting a special cable for
supporting certain DisplayPort capabilities.
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DisplayPort Cable also offer screen-refresh rates
up to 144 Hz at 4K. It also offers reduced screen
tearing alternatives. You can add DisplayPort
Cable in the factor of higher graphics.
The ability to support audio makes
DisplayPort Cable a favorite option among
the people in the gaming community. Some
Exceptions We should note that there is one
rare exception to its use. There are some Reduced
Bit Rate (RBR) cables on the market, which
support only up to 1080p. However, its use has a
restriction. Its use has a limit up to projector
installation applications. Unless
identification of the cable is RBR, it is a
standard DisplayPort cable. It will support
all displayport related configurations. Cable
Types Despite what you may have come
across, there is no such thing as a
DisplayPort 1.1 cable and DisplayPort 1.2
cable. A typical DisplayPort cable, including
the DP 1.1 cable, supports the entire DP
configuration including the new capabilities
enabled by DP 1.2. On the other hand, it also
consists of 4K and multi-stream capabilities. All
standard DisplayPort cables support RBR, HBR
(High Bit Rate), and HBR2 (High Bit Rate 2),
which can support 4K at 60Hz, or up to
four 1080p displays using multi-stream.
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When you purchase your new computer, be
sure to choose the right monitor for the
job. DP 1.2 has been the standard
for viewing high-resolution content on consumer
monitors. It also can handle video resolutions as
high as 3,840 x 2,160 at 60fps, and up to 17.28
Gbits/sec of bandwidth. The new Display
Port 1.3 and 1.4 versions both carry
increased bandwidth capabilities. The
resolution is also as high as 7,680 x 4,320 (8K).
It also tends to be the choice for video editing.
If anyone is looking for the ability to output to
multiple displays by daisy chaining through a
splitter, DisplayPort 1.3 or DisplayPort 1.4 is
their choice. Just be aware that if you have an
Ultra HD or 4K television you will have to opt
for the HDMI 2 version versus the HDMI 1.4
specification. The HDMI 2 version can
handle the 10-bit and 12-bit color
sampling associated with the higher image
quality of these types of televisions, and can
also handle a maximum of 18 Gbps per second in
bandwidth. This allows for viewing
resolutions as high 60fps at 4K. HDMI 1.4 can
only handle up to 8-bit color sampling,
and is limited to 24fps at 4k
resolution. Type of DP Connectors One of the
most important things you will have to
consider in your cable purchase is the
connector type. It attaches on each end of
the cable. There are two types of DP
connectors. The standard DP connector and
the smaller mini DP connector are the two types
of DP connectors. Standard DP connector
is about the size of a USB connector.
This type is commonly in use on DP enabled PC
monitors.
4
The smaller mini DP connector is commonly in use
for the DP output on notebook PCs including Apple
products. The mini DP connector is now also in
use for Thunderbolt. This has a wider use on
Apple products. In addition, you can connect
any DP monitor to a Thunderbolt Source,
using a standard DP cable, while achieving DP
quality.
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Title: DisplayPort Cables: DP to DP, DP to HDMI, DP to DVI


1
Your Ultimate Guide to DisplayPort
Cables DisplayPorts make display cable selection
easier. A standard DisplayPort cable has a
design, which works with any DP-Source
device. Devices such as a PC or laptop, and any
DP-monitor connect swiftly with a DP. In brief, a
standard DisplayPort cable, works with the very
first DP-systems and displays, introduced around
five years ago.
However, if you intend to connect your computer
to TV, then HDMI is going to be your wisest
choice. High Definition Multimedia Interface
(HDMI) is the most popular in the general
marketplace. This is because every new TV is HDMI
capable. Moreover, they also work with the new
upgraded and future systems. They work with
displays that support multi stream and
display resolutions up to 4K (Ultra HD) at
60Hz. You can also use a standard
DisplayPort cable between a PC and a
multi-stream hub. You can also use it between
daisy chainable multi stream monitors. You do not
need to worry about getting a special cable for
supporting certain DisplayPort capabilities.
1
https//www.sfcable.com/
2
DisplayPort Cable also offer screen-refresh rates
up to 144 Hz at 4K. It also offers reduced screen
tearing alternatives. You can add DisplayPort
Cable in the factor of higher graphics.
The ability to support audio makes
DisplayPort Cable a favorite option among
the people in the gaming community. Some
Exceptions We should note that there is one
rare exception to its use. There are some Reduced
Bit Rate (RBR) cables on the market, which
support only up to 1080p. However, its use has a
restriction. Its use has a limit up to projector
installation applications. Unless
identification of the cable is RBR, it is a
standard DisplayPort cable. It will support
all displayport related configurations. Cable
Types Despite what you may have come
across, there is no such thing as a
DisplayPort 1.1 cable and DisplayPort 1.2
cable. A typical DisplayPort cable, including
the DP 1.1 cable, supports the entire DP
configuration including the new capabilities
enabled by DP 1.2. On the other hand, it also
consists of 4K and multi-stream capabilities. All
standard DisplayPort cables support RBR, HBR
(High Bit Rate), and HBR2 (High Bit Rate 2),
which can support 4K at 60Hz, or up to
four 1080p displays using multi-stream.
3
When you purchase your new computer, be
sure to choose the right monitor for the
job. DP 1.2 has been the standard
for viewing high-resolution content on consumer
monitors. It also can handle video resolutions as
high as 3,840 x 2,160 at 60fps, and up to 17.28
Gbits/sec of bandwidth. The new Display
Port 1.3 and 1.4 versions both carry
increased bandwidth capabilities. The
resolution is also as high as 7,680 x 4,320 (8K).
It also tends to be the choice for video editing.
If anyone is looking for the ability to output to
multiple displays by daisy chaining through a
splitter, DisplayPort 1.3 or DisplayPort 1.4 is
their choice. Just be aware that if you have an
Ultra HD or 4K television you will have to opt
for the HDMI 2 version versus the HDMI 1.4
specification. The HDMI 2 version can
handle the 10-bit and 12-bit color
sampling associated with the higher image
quality of these types of televisions, and can
also handle a maximum of 18 Gbps per second in
bandwidth. This allows for viewing
resolutions as high 60fps at 4K. HDMI 1.4 can
only handle up to 8-bit color sampling,
and is limited to 24fps at 4k
resolution. Type of DP Connectors One of the
most important things you will have to
consider in your cable purchase is the
connector type. It attaches on each end of
the cable. There are two types of DP
connectors. The standard DP connector and
the smaller mini DP connector are the two types
of DP connectors. Standard DP connector
is about the size of a USB connector.
This type is commonly in use on DP enabled PC
monitors.
4
The smaller mini DP connector is commonly in use
for the DP output on notebook PCs including Apple
products. The mini DP connector is now also in
use for Thunderbolt. This has a wider use on
Apple products. In addition, you can connect
any DP monitor to a Thunderbolt Source,
using a standard DP cable, while achieving DP
quality.
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