Paugge 4K 60Hz HDR Mini Displayport to Hdmi Cable

Model Name: MDP14HD20A-PRO
* Mini Displayport male to HDMI male
* Active Adapter
* Thunderbolt 2 Port Compatible
* 21.60 Gbps bandwidth to enable resolutions up to max 4K 4096×2160@60Hz
* Displayport 1.4 (Backward compatible Displayport 1.2 and Displayport 1.1)
* Hdmi 2.0a (Backward compatible Hdmi 2.0 and Hdmi 1.4)
* High Dynamic Range support (Static and Dynamic HDR)
* HDCP 2.2 (High Bandwidth Digital Content Protection)
* 4K 60Hz RGB/YCbCr 4:4:4 8bpc, 4K 60Hz YCbCr 4:2:2 12bpc, 4K 60Hz YCbCr 4:2:0 16bpc
* 4K 60Hz, 4K 30Hz, UWQHD 60Hz, 2K 144Hz, 2K 120Hz, Full HD 240Hz, Full HD 144Hz
* 4096×2160, 3840×2160, 3440×1440, 2560×1440, 1920×1080, 1280×720, 1024×768
* 2160p 60Hz, 2160p 30Hz, 1440p 144Hz, 1440p 120Hz, 1080p 240Hz, 1080p 144Hz
* Up to 8 channel, 192 kHz 24 bps LPCM audio (AC3, DTS, Dolby-HD)
* Up to 2 channel, 768 kHz 24 bps HBR audio
* Supports CEC tunneling over AUX
* Plug and Play ( No special driver installation or additional power source required )
* Compatible with Mac OS X, Linux, and Windows on supported systems
* 100% Pure Conductor
* Color: Black
* Length: 1.8m

Features
• DisplayPort® (DP) ver. 1.4 receiver
– Up to 600MHz dual pixel path and 16bpc
– RGB/ YCbCr 444/422/420 pixel format
– Horizontal expansion of VESA CVT to CEA timings as per DP1.4 specification
– DPCD and CEC
– Supports DPCD data structure revision 1.4 as per DP1.4 specification
– Supports CEC tunneling over AUX
– Pass-through of other 3D formats
– Audio Stream handling
– LPCM and Compressed Audio encoding formats
– Max Audio sample rate of 192KHz x8 Channel or 768KHz x2 Channel

• HDMI ver. 2.0a transmitter
– 600 MHz maximum TMDS character clock
– Deep color up to 16 bits per color
– High Dynamic Range support (Static and Dynamic HDR)
– 3D video timings
– CEC support – snooping, tunneling

• Max video resolution and color depth on HDMI output
– 4K 60Hz, RGB 4:4:4 up to 8 bpc
– 4K 60Hz, YCbCr 4:4:4 up to 8 bpc
– 4K 60Hz, YCbCr 4:2:2 up to 12 bpc
– 4K 60Hz, YCbCr 4:2:0 up to 16 bpc
– 4K 30Hz, RGB 4:4:4 up to 16 bpc
– 4K 30Hz, YCbCr 4:4:4 up to 16 bpc

• Audio stream forwarding from DP to HDMI output
– Up to 8 channel, 192 kHz, 24 bps LPCM audio, AC3, DTS, Dolby-HD audio
– Up to 2 channel, 768 kHz 24 bps HBR audio

• HDCP support
– HDCP1.3 to HDCP1.4 Repeater function
– HDCP2.2 to HDCP1.4 Repeater function
– HDCP2.2 to HDCP2.2 Repeater function
– Read-protected embedded HDCP keys

Paugge Displayport to Hdmi Adapter Main Features

Active DisplayPort Adapters

• Uses video converter chips inside the adapter for signal conversion
• More expensive due to additional chips
• Necessary when source does not support dual-mode DisplayPort (DP++)
• Converts both single-mode and dual-mode DisplayPort
• Necessary if graphics card cannot support DP++ output on the maximum number of monitors

Passive DisplayPort Adapters

• Cheaper than active adapters
• Only a maximum of two passive adapters can be used per GPU, due to the fact that each GPU only has 2 clock sync signals for the passive adapter to utilize
• Relies on DisplayPort or Mini DisplayPort sources that support dual-mode (DP++)
• DP++ source can use a passive adapter to convert DisplayPort signals to HDMI
• DP++ video source performs the conversion instead of the adapter

4K 60Hz

Paugge DisplayPort to Hdmi Adapter has 18 Gbps Bandwith and fully supports 4K 60Hz, 2K 144Hz, Full HD 240Hz, Full HD 165Hz and Full HD 144 Hz.

* 3440×1440, 2560×1440, 1920×1080, 1280×720, 1024×768 Resolution Support
* 4K 60Hz, 4K 30Hz, UWQHD 60Hz, 2K 144Hz, 2K 120Hz, Full HD 240Hz, Full HD 144Hz Refresh Rate Support
* 2160p 60Hz, 2160p 30Hz, 1440p 144Hz, 1440p 120Hz, 1080p 240Hz, 1080p 144Hz Refresh Rate Support

HDR

High Dynamic Range (HDR) is the new standard for picture quality, offering a much wider range of colour, contrast and clarity.

HDR improves the picture even further to reveal previously unavailable levels of realism, making you really feel a part of the scene.

The transition between the brightest and darkest points is much richer and more progressive, as there are more intermediate tones available that the screen can display.

  • Micro-packet architecture over 1- 4 lanes
  • Up to 8.1 Gbps per lane–32.4 Gbps over 4 lanes
  • Allowing for overhead — 25.92 Gbps over 4 lanes
  • Increased bandwidth allows 5K monitors (5120 x 2880) with a single cable and no compression
  • Multiple display support–two 4K UHD monitors (3840 x 2160) using VESA Coordinated Video Timing supported from a single connector
  • Continued support for video conversion to VGA, DVI and HDMI
  • Support for HDCP 2.2 and HDMI 2.0 with CEC
  • Support for 4:2:0 pixel structure which enables 8K x 4K displays
  • Ability to support UHD monitor @60Hz and 24-bit color over (2) lanes while assigning other 2 lanes for alternate data types such as USB as allowed in DockPort
Learn More

HDMI 1.4 introduced the kind of bandwidth required to deliver 4K video, but HDMI 2.0a can dole out 4K video without compromise, at 60 frames per second. In HDMI 1.4, the rate of 4K was limited to 30 frames per second.

30p are perfect for watching films, but there are times when the extra speed of 60p come in handy. Gaming could make great use of 60p content, while more films are being shot at higher frame rates, giving quite a different look from that of slow old traditional cinema.

Also 60p is needed for computer programming and writing codes. 30p disturbs the eyes when writing code.