DisplayPort Male to DisplayPort Male



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Connector A DisplayPort

Connector A Gender Male

Connector B DisplayPort

Connector B Gender Male

Cable Type DisplayPort

Version 1.2

Overall DisplayPort 1.2, 4k Ultra HD

Approvals UL, RoHS, REACH

Data Size [email protected]

Warranty Lifetime


HTS Code 8544.42

Active? Non-active

The Mighty DisplayPort Cable

The DisplayPort connector looks very similar to the HDMI connector, but they have distinctly different characteristics. Not only physically but performance wise as well. DisplayPort 1.2 supports up to 4K at 60Hz, whereas HDMI 1.4 supports up to 4K (4,096 by 2,160) at 24Hz, 4K (3,840 by 2,160) at 30Hz, or 1080p at 120Hz.

HDMI or DisplayPort - Which to Choose?

The answer is – it really depends on what you are trying to accomplish and what your equipment is capable of! Are you a gamer craving quick refresh rates and high definition video? Or a photographer editing your clients photos? Both cables allow for a high quality HD experience. HDMI is commonly used with TV’s to send HD video and audio over one cable allowing for a very clean setup in your family room. DisplayPort is more common with PC’s as it supports both AMD’s FreeSynce and Nvidia’s G-Sync which allows for a tear-free gaming experience. DisplayPort also lets you run multiple monitors from just one DisplayPort connection rather than having to use multiple ports. Unirise DisplayPort cables also have handy latches that lock the cable into place. This helps if frustration gets the best of you during a long fought gaming battle.

All in all the port you choose to use depends on your video card and your monitor’s capability.


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