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Old 27th July 2007, 18:50   #1
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DisplayPort is the new standard approved for PC displays in April of this year. Recently several manufacturers have announced that they will bring DisplayPort displays to market with Dell promising displays this year. Samsung announced today that they will have a 30 inch display using DisplayPort early next year also. The other part of the spectrum needed to enjoy DisplayPort displays are video cards with DisplayPort built-in.

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So we're skipping HDCP then?
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great, another type of connection >-<
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So we're skipping HDCP then?
No, just making an extra one to further confuse the issue.

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DisplayPort 1.1 adds capabilities to support High Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) in addition to DisplayPort Content Protection (DPCP)
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ah my fault, skipping HDMI connecter then?
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Of course.

Not much reason for HDMI with TVs+monitors supporting DVI-D and VGA, and since only the HD 2900 integrates HDCP compliant sound output over HDMI I believe.
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9800GTS/GTX too
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Old 30th July 2007, 02:49   #8
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Can't buy those yet!!

No real reason for HDMI specifically, thanks to HDCP issues for HTPC users that might've gone for it for HD movies... Displayport will at least solve the double-DVI connector at >1920x1200 resolution issue.
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