|Product Dimensions||200 x 8.33 x 1.88 cm; 140.61 Grams|
|Item model number||CAC-2068|
|Operating System||Windows, Apple OSX, Chrome, Ubunto, Android|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item Weight||141 g|
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Club3D VESA certified CAC-2068 DisplayPort to DisplayPort 1.4/Hbr3 Cable DP 1.4 8K 60Hz 2M/6.56ft, Black
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- DisplayPort 1. 4 cable feature support for high-bandwidth HBR3, 32. 4 Gaps bandwidth, DSC 1. 2 display stream compressions support, Fec forward error Correction, high Dynamic Range( HDR)
- Support highest possible resolutions, 8K( 7680x4320 @ 60Hz), 5K( 5120x2880 at 60Hz), up to 4K UHD (3840x2160 at 144Hz Audio pass-thru for uncompressed digital 7. 1, 5. 1 or 2 channels
- Utilize all the features of your DisplayPort 1. 4 port of your graphic card and monitors such as the ASUS ROG Swift PG279Q , XG438Q, XG49VQ, Acer Predator X27, HP Omen X, LG 38GL950G
- High quality VESA Certified cable, 28 AWG, copper, 3 layer shielded to minimize EMI Radiation
- Backwards compatible with older DisplayPort standards, 1. 3, 1. 2 and 1. 1 and covered by 2 years, pin 20 is not assigned (no power supply) to avoid damage due to short-circuits
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The Club 3D DisplayPort 1. 4 HBR3 cable enables the connection of your DisplayPort supported (gaming) PC or laptop to an (Ultra) High resolution monitor or other DisplayPort supported device. DisplayPort 1. 4 adds support for display stream compression 1. 2 (DSC), forward error Correction, and extends the maximum number of inline audio channels to 32. It features locking DisplayPort connectors providing a secure, dependable connection. soft Ultra Flex jacket protects the cable from bends and deformation damage.
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DisplayPort 1.4 HBR3 8K Cable M/M 5m /16.40ft CAC-1061
The Club 3D DisplayPort 1.4 HBR3 8K cable enables the connection of your DisplayPort supported (Gaming) PC or Laptop to an (Ultra) High Resolution Monitor or other DisplayPort supported device.
DisplayPort 1.4 adds support for Display Stream Compression 1.2 (DSC), Forward Error Correction, and extends the maximum number of inline audio channels to 32. It features locking DisplayPort connectors providing a secure, dependable connection. Simply press the built-in one-touch latch button to unlock the connector. The soft UltraFlex jacket protects the cable from bends and deformation damage.
- Fully DisplayPort 1.4 Compliant, HBR3, 32.4Gbps, 28AWG
- Gold plated
- Support for Display Stream Compression (DSC) 1.2
- Support for Forward Error Correction
- Support for up to 32 Inline Audio Channels
- Downwards compatible to older DisplayPort standards
- Support resolutions up to 8K @ 60Hz and 4K @ 144Hz
- Without DSC1.2 max resolution supported up to: - 5K @ 60Hz
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it's a good cable i bought it off a recommendation and i don't regret it. but i would say go to a shop and see you're options first.
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I had my doubts about this cable when purchasing it, as there arent a lot of truly top notch high bandwidth Displayport cables on the market. Even the cable that came with my DCI 4K 10 bit commercial monitor struggled with visual glitches (periodic temporary blackouts, shearing, and other momentary visual glitches) when operating at the edge of it's rated envelope (DCI 4K 10 bit at 60fps)
I was especially concerned given that this cable is more than double the length of the aforementioned LG Commercial supplied 4K rated cable.
Its rock solid. End of story.
I'm not pushing 8K, just 10 bit DCI 4K, but there has been nary a single frame of issue since the moment it went hot. Good times.
This cable is officially certified by Displayport. I didn't know this was a thing, but after having trouble with my Monoprice brand cable from a couple years ago (apparently old tech) and even the cable that came with my monitor, I ended up finding out that not all displayport cables are equal.
I have a GTX 1080 Ti and I recently bought a 43 inch 4K Acer monitor, however my displayport was a little fuzzy at native 4K resolution, not a huge deal, but enough for me to notice that HDMI was giving a sharper image, my displayport connection would also just randomly drop and my screen would go completely black. I thought I got a bad monitor! So I started using HDMI and didn't have the issue any longer, however with HDMI I couldn't get 10bit video processing and my picture looked just a tad faded, but sharper.
Finally, I looked up this issue in depth and found out that you need to have a certified displayport cable that can handle the bandwidth. Unlike HDMI, displayport is picky about the cable quality (probably because it does more than HDMI). I went to Displayport's website, did my research, found this cable, and a couple days later I am happy to report my picture is sharp, vibrant and I have not had a single black screen issue. Problem solved!
Despite that, it's a fine DP 1.4 cable. It's really thick for some reason. The thickest cable I've ever seen. I'm not sure if that's from being 1.4 or what. But other than that, it's nicely designed.
Also, it doesn't wake up my display from sleep. I don't know if this is the fault of the cable, but a DP/mDP cable I also have wakes up the display from sleep 100%, and this one doesn't, so...
+ Works fine with DP 1.2 4K 60Hz monitor plugged into eGPU, macOS
+ Looks good
+ The connector part goes all the way into the port and doesn't stick out like other DP cables
+ It's DP 1.4
- False advertising of Vesa certification for the 1m length
- Doesn't wake up monitor from sleep (unsure if cable's fault)
Overall, I think it's a good cable if you need 1.4. But if all you need is 1.2, maybe consider getting a cable from Accell, since I don’t have any issues with sleep with their cables.
So where is the promised 8.10 Gbps per lane for a total of 32.4 Gbps? As it stands, am running DP 1.2 speeds with the setup, 5.4 Gbps x4 lanes for a total of 21.6 Gbps (DP 1.2 speed). It seems like every time there is a Displayport upgrade & I get new hardware, to include cables, have never realized the full speed, have tried to stress the GPU for faster speed to no avail, so it looks like I wasted money.
No more needs to be said, other than a warning to future customers that some may not get the full DP 1.4 speed, which was the primary reason for purchasing the cable.
Hopefully the other Club3D DP 1.4 to HDMI adapter purchased will do better when needed. I swear, these inflated numbers, how can these be certified when they don't perform as advertised? What if I buy an 8K TV (I plan to once prices drops to around $3,000)? Will the cable actually give what's promised (60Hz)?
Other than the above & why the two stars, actually would give a 2.5 for packaging, presentation & protection during shipping. 0 Stars for the performance of the cable, as it stands, that $16 would had been better spent on upgrading a case fan.
System shots are shown to prove what monitor I have at what type & refresh rate, as well as GPU specs, all of which are DP 1.4. If the OEM can offer insight as to how to make this cable perform at the advertised speed (or real, verified proof as to why it's not), I'll be more than happy to change my review. DP 1.4 is just that, my GPU shipped with it two years ago, plus most NVIDIA GTX 9 & 10 series received the Displayport firmware update. I double checked that as well, test shown it was already updated.
As mentioned above, I like the way Club3D presents & packages their products & would had loved to be a customer for years to come, yet this experience has left a sour taste in my mouth & wallet. Unless Culb3D can show why I'm not getting full DP 1.4 performance, I'll buy elsewhere next time.
In the meantime, will be looking for that Monoprice DP 1.4 cable purchased, cost was about the same, packaging rather plain, but it's the performance that counts. I'll update my review if that cable passes the DP 1.4 test.
Bottom Line, if your hardware (GPU, monitor & cable(s) are all Displayport 1.4 & you don't get the full 8.10 Gbps x 4 lanes for 32.4 Gbps with this item, you've been fairly warned. I've been an Amazon customer since 2010, a Prime member and have no reason to leave an unjust negative review towards any vendor. Yet I'll simply not remain silent over items like this. It's imperative for all customers to know what we're getting & part of the process of choosing is via reviews. Unfortunately, I chose to ignore the few negatives posted because VESA has some Club3D DP 1.4 (& 1.2) cables that are certified. That's when I unfortunately became trigger happy. Won't happen again with these cables, will contact the OEM with my hardware setup before purchase.
Thanks to Amazon for allowing me to review this item.