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Rankie Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort Cable, Mini DP to DP, 4K Resolution Ready, 6 Feet, Black
- The 6 feet cable connects a Mini DisplayPort with Thunderbolt TM port enabled computer to a monitor or projector with DisplayPort input for audio and video streaming. (Note: NOT compatible with 144Hz video display)
- The gold-plated conductors resist corrosion and increase connectivity. The inner braided foil shielding reduces interference and improves signal quality
- Supports video resolutions up to 4K (3840x2160 @30Hz, Ultra HD) and 1080P (Full HD), and flawless audio pass-thru for uncompressed digital 7.1, 5.1 or 2 channels
- The DP connector has a latch to provide secure connection with the port. Press the latch down before unplugging the connector
- Suitable for Extended Desktop or Mirrored Displays. customer service from Rankie
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I've tried a number of cables previously - they either had intermittent flicker, or only supported 30Hz. No issues with this one.
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The cable itself looks good quality, I haven't experience any problems. Highly recommend.
This is my set-up as far as plugs coming out of my GPU - 1) DVI to my monitor 2) Headless Ghost in my HDMI 3) This Mini DP to DP cable from my GPU to Vive's Break Out Box!
If you need any help, please ask away!
The product details claim this cable can support 4K resolution at 30 Hz ,suggesting it support HBR on the DP 1.1 standard, which should mean it can run 1080p at 144 Hz. This is not the case - the monitor reports a loss of signal when attempting this. Neither can it run 1080p at 100 Hz.
This manufacturer is not listed on the Displayport website as being certified.
Bottom line, this cable is suitable for tasks otherwise covered by HDMI, but does not function as a "proper", standards-conforming DisplayPort cable.
Upon connecting this cable up immediately for the first time I got to realise the true 2650x1440 capability of my Mac and monitor.
If you have a good spec monitor with high resolution support you are crazy to be using a HDMI cable, use this quality DisplayPort cable - DP is the way forward.
Strong and sturdy fit specially on the mini dp even on my old clevo laptop.
The only thing I started wondering is how reliable would the shielding be for these, however they've been working for about a week now without any signs of any issue with 1080p@60Hz.
This was the answer. As soon as i plugged it all in the Mac recognized the BenQ was now a seconf monitor for my Mac! Awewome. A little hint if you want to span windows across both monitors you need to:
Click on the menu.
Select System Preferences.
Click on Mission Control.
Uncheck the box marked Displays have separate spaces.
Log out or restart your Mac.
That's it. So this cable Rocks!