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SOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DisplayPort

Nope.

This still doesn't explain why DisplayPort is so rare.
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- And best of all it is a royalty free standard, which means it cost vendors nothing to use it. HDMI comes with a fee for each connector used.
So why does it only appear on expensive monitors with adjustable stands?

Why is HD-DVD so rare?

HDMI "won" the connector war, at least in the eyes of the public... but you also find a DP connector on nearly every Intel motherboard, AMD Motherboard, AMD GPU and nVidia GPU. Oh and Thunderbolt is DP. It isn't exactly rare.
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post #132 of 166
Someone just gave me rep on the following post of mine:
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Originally Posted by Nintendo Maniac 64 View Post

Now, how about a standardized g-sync competitor as part of DisplayPort 1.3? thumb.gif

And left this note:
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Wait, did you just predict the future?

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No, I didn't predict the future, I made the future happen! band.gif
Edited by Nintendo Maniac 64 - 1/11/14 at 2:50pm
 
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post #133 of 166
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Exactly.

But this time, unlike last time, Sony used their influence to crush HD-DVD because they refused to release popular movies that were under the Sony label to HD-DVD. They really didn't have to "buy" people this time, they just used their unfair advantage in another market to dominate another market. Honestly, how the DOJ allowed Sony to get away with that when they went after Microsoft in the Browser Wars, is beyond me.

And the reality is, BluRay is (God I'm going to catch hell for this) largely dead. The future (actually the past) is 1080p streaming ... not a silly disc.

HAHAHAHAHA lol, streaming is horrible compared to on disc, what if your connection isn't fast enough?, What if you have data caps? Also audio quality suffers when streaming and you don't own the actual movie

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the issue with streaming is that not everyone has a broadband connection that is even up to todays standard and even if they are given the speed they are also given tiny data caps

believe it or not not too long ago i was still forced to have an ADSL2+ connection that only syncs at 40kbps and a data cap so tiny that i be lucky to even watch half that 1080p stream in a month.

for console games i still prefer blueray discs to avoid downloading the entire game which costs me 2 months worth of downloads over a less then dial up connection. i like the fact that games can be instantly played at any time without waiting or forced updates.

bluerays are still the proper way to get movies from which you then rip to HDD for storage. downloading a movie still takes awhile and idk about you but i hate paying for a movie on a subscription that you cant own so i rather buy what i want to watch outright then pay for a package that i cant own nor fully ultilize

THIS!!
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The developing tech nations are geared up for 4K streaming, it's the physically huge US of A that's behind in this game, even here in the UK many have fast fibre optic hardware at the end of their street, I'm waiting for some myself...

Dell can already do 60Hz 4K with DP so x3 speed hike might get you 3D at up to 120 Hz with hardware developments thrown into the upgrade.

2015 IMHO

dunx

Australia and New Zealand can barely stream 1080p, 4K (at least for Australia) isn't going to happen for another 20 years :/ so discs still have there place
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HAHAHAHAHA lol, streaming is horrible compared to on disc, what if your connection isn't fast enough?, What if you have data caps? Also audio quality suffers when streaming and you don't own the actual movie
THIS!!
Australia and New Zealand can barely stream 1080p, 4K (at least for Australia) isn't going to happen for another 20 years :/ so discs still have there place

pretty much in australia we still largely rely on 3g connection(with a max of 12GB datacap a month over something more like 2g speeds) once we start to move out of metro areas, even in metro we still heavily depend on ADSL2+ which more then often not up to scratch with degraded copper and dodgy repairs and this is without mentioning contention and other factors. to make things worst we arnt allowed any upgrades/ repairs/ work done on the old copper infrastructure while our so called NBN is in progress(which kinda halted) and the NBN roll out would take years. with the current NBN proposal being shifted towards wireless and fiber to the node(aka no work is done) we arnt getting any improvement in speeds. our international pipes arnt getting fatter ether while majority of the content is hosted overseas. another thing wrong with australia's internet is the ultra low data caps, its still anywhere between 5GB a month to 500GB a month for home. there is no true unlimited ether because you you hit that cap your speeds gets throttled to less then dial up or cough up more cash and our internet is bloody expensive too. 500GB cost around $150 and uploads being counted towards our data caps as well

proper 1080p streaming? we probly wont see that in 10years. i still live on 240p or what ever that is the lowest on youtube and still suffer waiting for content to be downloaded, we get greater throughput via USB sticks over carrier pigeons . online gaming is jittery with your opponents teleporting around the map

we still rely greatly on disc media for media to be consumable
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pretty much in australia we still largely rely on 3g connection(with a max of 12GB datacap a month over something more like 2g speeds) once we start to move out of metro areas, even in metro we still heavily depend on ADSL2+ which more then often not up to scratch with degraded copper and dodgy repairs and this is without mentioning contention and other factors. to make things worst we arnt allowed any upgrades/ repairs/ work done on the old copper infrastructure while our so called NBN is in progress(which kinda halted) and the NBN roll out would take years. with the current NBN proposal being shifted towards wireless and fiber to the node(aka no work is done) we arnt getting any improvement in speeds. our international pipes arnt getting fatter ether while majority of the content is hosted overseas. another thing wrong with australia's internet is the ultra low data caps, its still anywhere between 5GB a month to 500GB a month for home. there is no true unlimited ether because you you hit that cap your speeds gets throttled to less then dial up or cough up more cash and our internet is bloody expensive too. 500GB cost around $150 and uploads being counted towards our data caps as well

proper 1080p streaming? we probly wont see that in 10years. i still live on 240p or what ever that is the lowest on youtube and still suffer waiting for content to be downloaded, we get greater throughput via USB sticks over carrier pigeons . online gaming is jittery with your opponents teleporting around the map

we still rely greatly on disc media for media to be consumable

I know all this, I happen to live in a really good suburb on the south side of Brisbane, I have 500Gb a month and only enough bandwidth for 1080p on youtube, most websites streams I can only manage 720p. I had a mate living on the northside of Brisbane and he could barely connect to the internet due to the copper being so bad :/
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I know all this, I happen to live in a really good suburb on the south side of Brisbane, I have 500Gb a month and only enough bandwidth for 1080p on youtube, most websites streams I can only manage 720p. I had a mate living on the northside of Brisbane and he could barely connect to the internet due to the copper being so bad :/

yeh

oh i forgot to mention, australia has a weird policy of no guarantee minimum service. if you manage to sync their duty is done. if you want higher sync you have to buy a tier higher where they have to provide sync of atlest of the theoretical maximum of the lower tier but they dont guarantee throughput or contention or even have the traffic go anywhere except for their own website
post #137 of 166
With the advent of 4K (and hopefully 8K) I have a feeling we're going to see a new push for physical media. As soon as we get some quad layer Blu-ray disks (or as high as 16 layers) postal bandwidth costs compared to streaming could reach nearly the same level as in the 90's.
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Im not a big fan of display port. there are some issues that I have run with that seem to bother me. For instance, the other two dvi connected screens pop up faster than the mini dp connected screen. Not to mention that there is some tearing with videos running on full screen on the minidp connected screen that the other two screens do not experience. If they fix these issues then im all for it.
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Im not a big fan of display port. there are some issues that I have run with that seem to bother me. For instance, the other two dvi connected screens pop up faster than the mini dp connected screen. Not to mention that there is some tearing with videos running on full screen on the minidp connected screen that the other two screens do not experience. If they fix these issues then im all for it.

Uh... Make the DP screen the primary and the DVI ones will tear... That happens no matter what if you use different connectors together. It's why high-end cards that don't have triple unified outs annoy me, and one of the reasons I bought my 7990.
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Why aren't TV manufacturers implementing DP into their TV's, especially 4K ones, apart from Panasonic? Really disappointing that none of the 4K TV's shown at CES 2014 is going to implement DP into their TV's, why? I would like to finally see 60Hz on 4K because 30Hz is just terrible, especially for gaming.
    
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