AMD’s next graphics card generation, the Radeon RX 7000, is expected to use DisplayPort 2.0 for the first time and may push new connections.
after there were already signs of last year DisplayPort 2.0 support With AMD’s upcoming Radeon RX 7000 series via AMD’s Linux driver, it’s already 2019 Specified VESA Standards The patch for the open source drivers for the monitor connection has been seen again, with Discovery in program code Initially shared by Twitter user @Kepler_L2.
Accordingly, the improved DisplayPort connection will also be used in AMD’s next graphics card model series based on the RDNA 3 architecture. a UHBR certification (Ultra High Bit Rate), exclusively supports UHBR20 mode. Various UHBR modes, such as HBR10, UHBR13.5 or UHBR20, determine the amount of maximum connection throughput to which the respective speeds must be supported by the source and receiving devices.
UHBR20 provides bandwidth of up to 80 Gbps, which is 32 Gbps more than the HDMI 2.1 standard and 48 Gbps over DisplayPort 1.4a. noisy Videocardz.com Theoretically, this would allow output of 16K resolution with standard display stream compression, 10K resolution without compression, or two 8K HDR displays at 120Hz.
As the report further notes, there have been repeated delays in the adoption of DisplayPort 2.0 monitors. In January last year, VESA, which is responsible for the specification, confirmed that the related product Will release by the end of 2021which was not the case, but with the expected for this year Radeon RX 7000 Series It can change.
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