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Radeon RX 7000 may get support for DisplayPort 2.0 UHBR20 interface - it allows to display a picture in 16K

Radeon RX 7000 may get support for DisplayPort 2.0 UHBR20 interface - it allows to display a picture in 16K

Radeon RX 7000 graphics cards on RDNA 3 architecture may get support for DisplayPort 2.0 interface with VESA UHBR20 mode, indicating their ultra-high signal bandwidth - up to 80 Gbps.
This information was shared on Twitter by a popular leak writer under the nickname Kepler, who found hints of this feature in AMD drivers code.Image source: VideoCardzThe user shared a link to a site that demonstrates changes to AMD drivers for graphics cards.
The patches trace references to the DisplayPort 2.0 UHBR20 standard.
Devices supporting this mode have up to 80Gbps of throughput, 32Gbps more than the HDMI 2.1 standard and 48Gbps more than DisplayPort 1.4a.
Theoretically Radeon RX 7000 gas pedals will be able to display up to 16K resolution with DSC compression, or up to 10K without compression, or two 8K signals at once with 120 Hz and HDR.
Source image: FreedesktopIn January of last year the Video Electronics Standard Association (VESA), an organization dedicated to standardizing displays, confirmed that DisplayPort 2.0-compatible displays would be available by the end of 2021, but that timeline has been pushed back to a later date.Source image: Tom's HardwareIt is possible that widespread support for the new standard will begin simultaneously with the release of next-generation graphics cards.
VESA has also recently reported that Ryzen 6000 mobile chips have received DisplayPort 2.0 UHBR certification.

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