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Newer GPUs can support 16K HDR with DisplayPort 2.0 -

Newer GPUs can support 16K HDR with DisplayPort 2.0 –

AMD RDNA 3, The next generation GPU From the manufacturer, it is still a long way off and there are no very accurate official reports, but information about the leaks speaks to a significant evolutionary flow, for example, leading to support for the resolution 16K with HDK with Display Port 2.0.

According to some traces found by the forensics site within six new ones Link Released by AMD for Linux drivers, there are some hints about future support for DisplayPort 2.0 for RDNA 3, which may lead to more advanced video specifications than currently used.

The Notes The Video Electronics Standards Association for DisplayPort 2.0 standard (VESA) talks about a 19.34Gbps data band for a total of 77.37Gbit over four channels. This is three times the bandwidth currently used by DisplayPort 1.4a, and 61% higher than HDMI 2.1 with its 48Gbps.

Theoretically, something like this Data band 8K @ 60Hz should be allowed with HDR or without 10K @ 60Hz compression. With the addition of Display Stream Compression (DSC), 16K at 60 Hz HDR can be obtained in 4: 4: 4 format. However, these are only speculations: it is not certain that AMD RDNA 3 GPUs can actually achieve such data flow, but at least the limit for the next generation is set too high.

For now, the first information about RDNA 3 was talked about the Navi 33 GPU with 80 CUs and 5120 cores, and in addition to the strange rumors, about the alleged RDNA 3 features in the PS5.