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AMD Ryzen 6000 gets DisplayPort 2.0-certified, product testing ramps up


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UHBR10-certified
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SOURCE: https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2022/05/amd-ryzen-6000-gets-displayport-2-0-certified-product-testing-ramps-up/
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With the latter supporting up to 80Gbps, it would enable bandwidth-hungry uses, like 8K HDR video at a 60 Hz or SDR video at greater resolutions.VESA also announced that chipset makers MediaTek and RealTek passed UHBR certification, having "successfully met the PHY, link and interoperability testing requirements outlined in the DisplayPort 2.0 Compliance Test Specification."This week, VESA is demoing DisplayPort 2.0 at the Society for Information Display's Display Week conference in San Jose, California. Since VESA doesn't make tech hardware, it wasn't able to confirm to Ars Technica a firm release date for DisplayPort 2.0 consumer products, but the needle is moving in the right direction.With VESA announcing verified reference silicon, the group "now has the testing infrastructure in place to evaluate and certify OEM end products," and is "ready to work with the ecosystem to bring next-generation DisplayPort chipsets and IP to market," James Choate, compliance program manager for VESA, said in a statement.You must login or create an account to comment.Join the Ars Orbital Transmission mailing list to get weekly updates delivered to your inbox.

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