Club3D DisplayPort 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 UHD Active Adapter
Club3D CAC-2070 DisplayPort 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 UHD Active Adapter
By DPD On 29th May 2018
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
CAC-2070 - The Club 3D CAC-2070 is an active HDMI™ 2.0 signal converter. The DisplayPort™ 1.2 to HDMI™2.0 4K 60Hz UHD Active Adapter is the easiest solution for connecting your DisplayPort™ 1.2 Game PC or Laptop to an HDMI™ enabled 4K UHD Television, monitor or Projector. The adapter is compliant to HDMI™ 2.0 specification allowing for 6Gbps TMDS through-put per channel. The interface in the adapter has three lanes for HDMI data, clock, HPD signal and power, offering a total TMDS throughput of 18Gbps.
Supports up to 4K UHD Resolution at 60Hz.
The DisplayPort™ 1.2 to HDMI™ 2.0 4K60Hz UHD Active Adapter supports UHD resolutions of up to 4K UHD 4096x 2160p @ 60Hz for a clear, sharp picture. The support for 60 frames per second provides exceptionally smooth video or gameplay. Use the adapter to play games, view video or browse the internet from your DisplayPort™ 1.2 enabled device in Ultra High Resolution. Supporting up to 8 channels of audio,the adapter provides Ultra High Definition digital audio and video. It is the ideal solution for anyone who wants to enjoy 4K UHD/60 gameplay but lacks a native HDMI™ 2.0 output in their system configuration. Features Compliant to DisplayPort™ Specification 1.2 for 1.62Gbps,2.7Gbps and 5.4Gbps per lane. Effective (video) bandwidth 17.28Gbps
• Compliant to HDMI™ 2.0 Specification, data rate up to 6Gbps per channel total throughput 18Gbps
• Supports full link training and no link training
• Repeater for HDCP 1.3 and HDCP 2.2
• Supports 24-bit color and 4:4:4 color sampling
• Internal YCbCr 4:4:4 /4:2:2 to YCbCr 4:2:0 conversion capability
• Supports UHD resolutions up to 4096 x 2160p @ 60Hz and 1080p 3D
• Supports AMD GCN cards, Nvidia® Maxwell cards and Intel® HD 5XXX series and newer. Not intended for older architectures.
In the box:
Club 3D DisplayPort™ 1.2 to HDMI™ 2.0 UHD Active Adapter
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- 24 months
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