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New DisplayPort 2 Standard Introduced, Supporting 16K Displays

THE Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) today announced the new standard DisplayPort 2.0, the first major update to the video protocol since version 1.4, released in 2016.

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Among the enhancements, DisplayPort 2.0 offers a 3x increase in data transfer speed compared to the previous version. The biggest advance, perhaps, is support for even higher video resolutions that go beyond 8K.

DisplayPort 2.0 specifically has a maximum bandwidth of 77Gbps, allowing support for monitors with up to 16K resolution! This further makes it the first standard to support 8K resolutions at a rate of 60Hz with 4: 4: 4 (color) resolution.

The new standard is also backwards-compatible and includes all of the key features of DisplayPort 1.4, such as DSC codec support, HDR and FEC data transfer.

Although the new standard supports higher speeds, it can be configured normally from existing DisplayPort, USB-C, or Thunderbolt 3 inputs, which will support the following specifications:

Unique display

  • A 16K (15360 × 8460 pixels) monitor with 4: 4: 4 aspect ratio at 60Hz and HDR (with DSC).
  • A 10K monitor (10240 × 4320 pixels) with 4: 4: 4 aspect ratio at 60Hz (no compression).

Double screen

  • Two 8K (7680 × 4320 pixels) monitors with 4: 4: 4 aspect ratio at 120Hz and HDR (with DSC).
  • Two 4K monitors (3840 × 2160 pixels) with 4: 4: 4 aspect ratio at 144Hz (no compression).

Three views

  • Three 10K (10240 × 4320 pixels) monitors with 4: 4: 4 aspect ratio at 60Hz and HDR (with DSC).
  • Three 4K monitors (3840 × 2160 pixels) with 4: 4: 4 aspect ratio at 90Hz and HDR (uncompressed).

DisplayPort 2.0 will surely be beneficial to Apple's newly announced monitor, the Pro Display XDRIt will probably be supported on future Macs but it is unclear when Apple adopts the standard. According to VESA, the first products to support the new specifications are expected to hit the market by 2020.

via MacRumors