Provide you up to 4K (3840 x 2160) @60Hz immersive digital display connection between USB-C gaming devices and DP-enabled TVs, gaming monitors, and more. Let you achieve max resolution. Support MST Daisy Chaining.
DP 1.2 High-def Performance, up to 4K(3840 x 2160)@60Hz, 2K@165Hz
HDCP 2.2 Compatible
Stream protected content from Netflix / Hulu / iTunes / Direct TV and more.
Next-generation display interface
Minimizing cable clutter and extending the range of monitors from the source system. Enhance work productivity with the next-generation display interface. Use two monitors simultaneously (M1 Macs user please notice the Quick User Guide).
*Extend/Mirror Mode for any use cases. *MST Daisy Chaining:Support connecting a monitor directly to another monitor using DP to PD Cable.
Why choose a cable that supports 4K@60Hz?
24 FPS in Gemini Man
First, you have to know about the difference between 4K@30Hz and 4K@60Hz.
It basically means the pixels in the screen will update twice as fast. Means that when the content is moving fast like on a game or sports that it will be sharper.
uni USB-C to HDMI 4K@60Hz Cable is ideal to get the most out of your new 4K displays.
60 FPS in Gemini Man
*Remember that frame rate (FPS) is how many frames your computer is producing or drawing, while the refresh rate (Hz) is how many times the monitor is refreshing the image on the screen.
The refresh rate of your monitor does not affect the frame rate. Generally speaking, 60Hz is the minimum for a good quality, solid experience from a monitor.
Resolution:Up to 4K@60Hz, 2K@165Hz; Backward compatibility with 4K@30Hz, 2K@1080p, and more.
*ONLY works with devices which support DisplayPort Alternate Mode. CANNOT charge. CANNOT be converted to DVI or VGA.
DO NOT use it with a hock or hub.
Move to your device’s official website to check out whether it support video output function.
If your device is capable of video output, kindly please contact us for free replacement.
Use HDMI or DisplayPort cable is depends on what you need and what you will use this cable for, it all depends on you! I will tell you the differences between HDMI and DisplayPort so that you can choose depends on your real needs:
The Maximum Transmission Rate to be sent through a DP 1.2 cable is 21.6 Gbps, Max Data Rate is 17.28 Gbps.
The Maximum Transmission Rate to be sent through an HDMI 2.0 cable is 18.0 Gbps, Max Data Rate is 14.4 Gbps.
The HDMI features an audio return channel (ARC).
Contrary to HDMI, DP cannot carry Ethernet signals, nor does it have an audio return signal.
3. Usually used:
DisplayPort (DP) main focus computer displays and professional IT equipment, so more data-centered markets.
HDMI is the standard people most commonly find on appliances like television sets, projectors, and home computers.
DisplayPort Alt Mode (DP Alt Mode) allows a USB-C equipped computer to connect directly to a display or monitor, it is pointing to the USB C port. When you use the USB C port to output HDMI or DP signals, DP ALT Mode is the premise.
USB C Thunderbolt 3 or USB 3.1 Gen 1 / Gen 2 will support DP alt mode, you can check the specifications of your devices.
See more in the COMPATIBILITY.
It is plug and play. No software required. Reached out for our support team when you needed.
First, confirm whether your device/displays support 4K@60Hz.
Some monitors only support 4K@60Hz over DisplayPort, if you’re not sure about it, please consult the manufacturer.
If your devices all support 4K@60Hz, then you may need to adjust your output setup.
Yes, we guarantee a lifetime warranty. If the cable was broken when sending to you, or simply can't be used, we will resend you a new one. For long term service please sign up for our lifetime warranty member.