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3 Foot DisplayPort Cable, 3840 x 2160, Male/Male, with clips
Compliant with DP 1.2 specification.
Connect a DisplayPort (DP, DP++, DisplayPort++) equipped computer to a HD monitor or projector with DisplayPort input.
Support HBR bandwidth and resolutions up to 4K@60Hz (3840x2160, Ultra HD) and 1080P (Full HD).
Gold-plated connector provides superior transmission, high reliability and durability.
Deliver high definition audio and video signals from your computer to a monitor for video streaming or gaming.
DisplayPort connector with latches keeps cable securely plugged in.
All relevant materials are complied with RoHS directive.
DisplayPort makes display cable selection pretty easy. A standard DisplayPort cable is designed to work with any DisplayPort Source device, such as a PC or laptop, and any DisplayPort monitor. This means that a standard DisplayPort cable will work with the very first DisplayPort systems and displays introduced around five years ago, and they will continue to work with the newest and future systems and 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, or between daisy-chainable multi-stream monitors. You donít need to worry about getting a special cable to support certain DisplayPort capabilities.