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A DisplayPort cable, or DP cable for short, is an audio and video interface standard developed by the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA). Originally meant to replace older video interfaces like DVI and VGA, it is primarily used in desktop computers, laptops, and home theatres. However, a generic DisplayPort cable might not meet your unique application’s needs, which is where custom DisplayPort cables come into play.

We are a manufacturer from China offering customizable DisplayPort cables in a variety of configurations, including male-to-male, male-to-female and dual-mode cables from DisplayPort 1.0 to 2.1.

Custom DisplayPort Cable
Custom DisplayPort Cable

Our customised DisplayPort cable assemblies

Advantages of our customized DisplayPort cables

  1. Accept small-batch production orders with affordable prices.
  2. Customized high-end complex DisplayPort cable assemblies are available.
  3. Fast delivery, all processes (e.g. soldering, over moulding, and performance testing) are done in-house, usually within 10-15 business days.
  4. Our extensive inventory includes cables, adapters, boosters, and couplers to meet all your DisplayPort connectivity needs.

You may want to know more about DP cables

DisplayPort interface can not only support full HD display resolution (1920×1080), but also support 4K resolution (3840×2160), and the latest 8K resolution (7680×4320).DisplayPort interface is not only high transmission rate, but also reliable and stable.

The signals transmitted by the DisplayPort interface consist of the data channel signals that transmit the image and the auxiliary channel signals that transmit image-related status and control information, specifically the DisplayPort data transmission main channel (Main Link), auxiliary channel (AUX Channel), and connection (Link Training).

Overview of the Display Interface

Primary Link: The primary link is a unidirectional, high-bandwidth, low-latency channel used for transmitting synchronized data streams such as uncompressed video and audio.

Auxiliary Channel (AUX CH): The auxiliary channel is a half-duplex, bidirectional channel used for link management and device control.

DisplayPort interface form
DisplayPort interface form
  1. The AUX channel in the DisplayPort connection enables bi-directional operation between the end device (e.g., Easync) and the PC (e.g., graphics card), realizing plug-and-play.
  2. Supports G-SynciNvidia) and FreeSync (AMD) technologies, allowing the graphics card to communicate directly with the monitor without complex operations.
  3. DisplayPort digitally connects the monitor to the computer and supports high transfer rates of up to 240 Hz.
  4. DisplayPort requires fewer cables than analogue connections because only one cable carries power and audio/video data.
  5. DisplayPort also has a Daisy Chain (Daisy Chai) feature that allows you to connect multiple monitors. In addition, DisplayPort’s other channels can be used for hardware such as cameras, touchscreens, microphones, and USB connections.
  6. DisplayPort supports higher resolutions and higher refresh rates than VGA, DVI, or HDMI.
  7. DisplayPort transmits video and audio signals with less compression than any other connection type.
  8. DisplayPort transfers data faster than other standards, so you can send large files faster.
  9. With the latest version of DisplayPort, transfer rates are up to 77.37 per second, 8K video is supported, and each colour channel has a 12-bit colour depth without compression.

Version numberRelease DateTransmission Speed (Gbit/s)Bandwidth (Gbit/s)
DP 1.020068.64 Gbps10.80 Gbps
DP 1.1200710.8 Gbps10.80 Gbps
DP 1.2200921.6 Gbps21.60 Gbps
DP 1.3201425.92 Gbps32.40 Gbps
DP 1.4201625.92 Gbps32.40 Gbps
DP 1.4a201825.92 Gbps32.40 Gbps
DP 2.0201977.37 Gbps80 Gbps
DP 2.1202277.37 Gbps80 Gbps

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