The unidirectional DP to HDMI cable connects DP-equipped computer / graphics card to monitor, HDTV or projector with HDMI output for audio and video streaming.
With HDR and 4K@60Hz support, enables you to view sharper images and enhanced video with brighter colors and greater contrast.
HDCP 2.2 & HDCP1.4 capacity, you could play protected content from iTunes, Netflix, DirectTV etc, enjoy variety of online videos as you please.
Active display port to hdmi cable, compatible with Eyefinity Multiple Screen SLS mode, and AMD Eyefinity Multi-Display Technology, which means you can connect max 6 screens at a time.
With HDR (High Dynamic Range) on, you can enjoy lifelike images with increased contrast, brightness and colors and greater luminosity than standard digital imaging, experiencing immersive visual feeling.
Display Port to HDMI adapter cable is compatible with all displayport equipped laptops / computers / desktops / graphics cards, like GTX 960, ThinkPad T420, Dell 780, Lenovo T520i and more. Can work for all HDMI enabled monitors, TVs, projectors and etc.
Will this DP to HDMI Cable support 2560 x1440 at 60hz?
Yes, this Active DP to HDMI Cable supports 2560 x 1440 at 60hz.
Does this unidirectional DP to HDMI Cable support DSC 1.2?
Yes, this Active DP to HDMI Cable support DSC 1.2.
Does this Cable support chroma subsample 4:4:4 at 4k 60hz?
Yes, the active DP to HDMI cable supports chroma subsampling 4:4:4 at 4k@60hz.
It Supports 8-channel, 192khz, uncompressed digital audio, and all currently-available compressed formats (Dolby Digital and DTS)?
Yes, this Active DP to HDMI Cable supports audio up to 8-channel LPCM, compressed audio (AC-3, DTS), HBR audio format and 192kHz audio frame rate, with a maximum audio sample size of 24 bits.
Does DP to HDMI Cable work with EVGA Geforce RTX 3080?
No, this Active DP to HDMI Cable can't work with EVGA GeForce RTX 3080. Please kindly noted that this cable is a unidirectional DisplayPort to HDMI cable. The DP plug connects to the host PC / laptop, HDMI plug connects to the monitor.
I have a 2020 MBP and the CalDigit T3 hub, and was using the DP port on the dock to the DP port on the monitor, but that didn't really work (any time the computer would go to sleep it wouldn't be able to turn the monitor back on). Thinking that HDMI input on the monitor would be better, I got a random DP->HDMI cable at a local store, and that didn't work at all. I then googled CalDigit's documentation, and it says "if you use DP->HDMI cable, you need an active one". Went onto the website, searched for an "active DP->HDMI cable", found this one, bought it, and it works fine, no issues.
My video card only has 1 HDMI port so I had to use one of the DisplayPort outputs to run to a second monitor. This cable allows a 4k60 signal to the second monitor. Perfect!