AMD Ryzen 6000 will get DisplayPort 2.0-certified, testing on different merchandise ramps up

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Enlarge / DisplayPort cable.

Pixel and pace fans have anticipated DisplayPort 2.0 merchandise because the Video Electronics Requirements Affiliation (VESA), which makes the spec, introduced its incoming in 2019. Whereas the pandemic inhibited the power to check merchandise for supporting the video protocol and slowed its launch, we have inched nearer to seeing displays, PCs, and different units earn DisplayPort 2.0 certification.

VESA on Monday introduced certification for AMD’s Ryzen 6000 laptop computer CPUs to assist DisplayPort 2.0 at as much as one in all its highest knowledge hyperlink charges, Extremely-high Bit Price 10 (UHBR10), which has a 10Gbps hyperlink charge and max throughput of 40 Gbps throughout 4 lanes.

VESA launched UHBR labels to DisplayPort 2.0 in February. As soon as DisplayPort 2.0 merchandise are available, it will be simpler to find out which merchandise assist the upper bandwidth capabilities of the backward-compatible spec. The transfer got here after the HDMI Licensing Administrator, which makes the HDMI spec, acquired backlash for not clarifying which HDMI 2.1-certified merchandise assist the max capabilities.

DP40-labeled cables can support 40 Gbps, while DP80 cables can support up to 80Gbps.
Enlarge / DP40-labeled cables can assist 40 Gbps, whereas DP80 cables can assist as much as 80Gbps.


VESA introduced that Ryzen 6000 cellular APUs are UHBR10-certified, however we’re nonetheless ready to see a product cross the take a look at for DisplayPort 2.0 highest knowledge hyperlink charges, UHBR13.5 and UHBR20. With the latter supporting as much as 80Gbps, it will allow bandwidth-hungry makes use of, like 8K HDR video at 60 Hz or SDR video at larger resolutions.

VESA additionally introduced that chipset makers MediaTek and RealTek handed UHBR certification, having “efficiently met the PHY, hyperlink and interoperability testing necessities outlined within the DisplayPort 2.0 Compliance Take a look at Specification.”

This week, VESA is demoing DisplayPort 2.0 on the Society for Data Show’s Show Week convention in San Jose, California. The demo includes a reference, Ryzen 6000-based PC related to a DP40-certified cable, which means it helps UHBR10 and as much as 40Gbps, and a monitor utilizing licensed MediaTek chipsets. The demo, VESA informed us, exhibits the spec supporting 4K decision video working at a refresh charge of 144 Hz uncompressed. You may at the moment purchase costly 4K displays aimed toward players that may hit 144 Hz, however they use compression to realize that refresh charge.

VESA is demoing DisplayPort 2.0 at SID Display Week.

VESA is demoing DisplayPort 2.0 at SID Show Week.


DisplayPort 2.0 is thrilling for superior single and multi-monitor setups with excessive resolutions and/or excessive speeds and no compression, akin to 4K HDR content material at a 240 Hz refresh charge or 4 4K HDR displays at 60 Hz.

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You continue to cannot purchase a DisplayPort 2.0 monitor, graphics card, or PC (some cables are already accessible commercially), however this week’s information exhibits important progress towards making that occur.

VESA stated its DisplayPort Licensed Take a look at Facilities are prepared to check and certify UHBR merchandise. Different supply and show units from VESA firms are present process the certification course of, VESA famous.

In early 2021, VESA show rep Craig Wiley informed Tom’s {Hardware} that VESA wasn’t in a position to maintain DisplayPort 2.0 take a look at occasions in 2020, which delayed debugging and growth. Though, at the moment, the exec anticipated shopper merchandise to be accessible within the second half of 2021. Since VESA would not make tech {hardware}, it wasn’t in a position to verify to Ars Technica a agency launch date for DisplayPort 2.0 shopper merchandise, however the needle is transferring in the proper route.

With VESA asserting verified reference silicon, the group “now has the testing infrastructure in place to guage and certify OEM finish merchandise,” and is “able to work with the ecosystem to deliver next-generation DisplayPort chipsets and IP to market,” James Choate, compliance program supervisor for VESA, stated in a press release.


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