Paugge 4K 60Hz HDR Hdmi to Displayport Adapter

Model Name: HD20DP12-ADP

* HDMI male to Displayport female Active adapter
* Compliant to HDMI 2.0a Standard (Backward compatible with HDMI 1.4)
* Compliant to VESA DP1.2 Standard (Backward compatible with DP 1.1a, 1.1)
* Bandwidth: Up to 18Gbps (600MHz Single-link)
* 4K 60Hz, 4K 30Hz, 2K 144Hz, 2K 120Hz, 2K 60z, Full HD 144Hz, Full HD 120Hz, Full HD 60Hz
* 2160p 60Hz, 2160p 30Hz, 1440p 144 Hz, 1440p 120Hz, 1440p 60Hz, 1080p 144Hz, 1080p 120Hz, 1080p 60Hz
* 4K 60Hz (YUV 4:4:4 8bit) and 8bit HDR
* 4K 30Hz (YUV 4:2:0 8bit) and 8bit HDR
* 2K 60Hz (YUV 4:4:4 8bit) and 8bit HDR
* Support 8/10/12-bit Deep color
* Support HDR (High Dynamic Range)
* Support 3D Video Data Stream
* Support HDCP 2.2, HDCP 1.4
* Supports 2ch stereo audio
* Support DDC and CEC
* Support Hot-Plug Detect, USB Powered, Plug and Play, no software required
* Compatible with Mac OS X, Linux, and Windows on supported systems
* 100% Pure Conductor
* Cable Length: 15cm
* Color: Black

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

  • For 4K 60Hz and HDR support on 4K Monitors, the computer’s hdmi port must have hdmi 2.0 and higher version. Up to 4K 30Hz images can be taken with computers with HDMI 1.4 version.
  • For 2K 144hz 2K 120Hz on 2K Monitors, the computer hdmi port must have hdmi 2.0 and above version. Up to 2K 60Hz images can be taken with computers with HDMI 1.4 version.
  • For 144hz and 120Hz on Full HD 1080p monitors, the computer hdmi port must have hdmi 2.0 and above version. With computers with HDMI 1.4 version, a maximum of 60Hz images can be taken.


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.