• Club3D CAC-1070 Displayport 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 UHD Active Adapter Support 4096X2160 at 60Hz VESA Certified
  • Club3D CAC-1070 Displayport 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 UHD Active Adapter Support 4096X2160 at 60Hz VESA Certified
  • Club3D CAC-1070 Displayport 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 UHD Active Adapter Support 4096X2160 at 60Hz VESA Certified
  • Club3D CAC-1070 Displayport 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 UHD Active Adapter Support 4096X2160 at 60Hz VESA Certified
  • Club3D CAC-1070 Displayport 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 UHD Active Adapter Support 4096X2160 at 60Hz VESA Certified
  • Club3D CAC-1070 Displayport 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 UHD Active Adapter Support 4096X2160 at 60Hz VESA Certified
Club3D CAC-1070 Displayport 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 UHD Active Adapter Support 4096X2160 at 60Hz VESA Certified
Club3D CAC-1070 Displayport 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 UHD Active Adapter Support 4096X2160 at 60Hz VESA Certified
Club3D CAC-1070 Displayport 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 UHD Active Adapter Support 4096X2160 at 60Hz VESA Certified
Club3D CAC-1070 Displayport 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 UHD Active Adapter Support 4096X2160 at 60Hz VESA Certified
Club3D CAC-1070 Displayport 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 UHD Active Adapter Support 4096X2160 at 60Hz VESA Certified
Club3D CAC-1070 Displayport 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 UHD Active Adapter Support 4096X2160 at 60Hz VESA Certified

Club3D CAC-1070 Displayport 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 UHD Active Adapter Support 4096X2160 at 60Hz VESA Certified

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  • This is the easiest solution for connecting your DP 1.2 enabled source device to an HDMI 2.0 enabled 4K UHD TV, monitor or projector
  • The adapter is fully compliant to HDMI 2.0 specification allowing for 6Gbps TMDS Throughput per channel. The interface in the adapter has three lanes for HDMI data, clock, HPD Signal and power, offering a total TMDS throughput of 18 Gbps
  • Compliant to DP Specification 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 for 1.62Gbps, 2.7Gbps and 5.4Gbps per lane. Effective bandwidth 17.28Gbps
  • Supports UHD Resolutions up to 3840x2160p at 60Hz with 24 bit color and 4:4:4 color sampling
  • Repeater for HDCP 1.3 and HDCP 2.2. ( no external power needed)
  • color depths on 38402160 at60hz, - DP: RGB 6/8/10/12-bit per component (bpc) and YCbCr4:4:4, YCbCr4:2:2 bpc 8/10/12 bpc
  • color depths on 38402160 at60hz, - HDMI: RGB 8/10/12 bpc; YCbCr4:4:4, YCbCr4:2:2 and YCbCr4:2:0 8/10/12 bpc
  • Supports AMD GCN cards, Nvidia Maxwell cards and Intel Skylake
  • HD 5XX series and newer. Not intended for older architectures (such as Intel Haswell HD 4XXX / NVidia Kepler 5xx series Graphics)
  • Premium chip: Parade PS176
  • 2 years warranty for support, please contact support@club-3d.com.

Customer Reviews

OMG IT WORKS I am honestly just going to say a few words here.i have been struggling to get my UHD 4K display to run in full 4K 4:4:4 @ 60HZ and i have a GTX 970 with HDMI2.0 out and using OS X. it would never work and it never made sense.I just got this cable today and i am running FULL res 3820X2160 4:4:4 60HZ - I AM SO EXCITED this is like xmas all over again. 5CAC-1080 Poor quality control Update 22Jan18: Customer service rep with Club3D contacted me to try and help make sure so had everything set up correctly, but still no signal. They re sending me out another to try so I ll update my review once I receive it.Update 23Jan18: Wow, I will say they have excellent customer service. Very responsive and they shipped a new one overnight fedex from the Netherlands to the US which can't be cheap, but after running it through all the tests it still doesn't work. I'm going to test it on a couple other panels when I get the chance to eliminate that possibility. I'll raise the rating from 1 star to 3 because of the amazing customer service, but the product just doesn't seem to work for my particular setup. Hope you have better luck than I did.Doesn't work. At least mine doesn't. I see a lot of reviews on here with it working, but I build custom PCs and I'm not your average user. I know tech better than most. I tried everything imaginable to get this thing to work and it simply will not. Followed all the instructions that came with it in addition to reading all the reviews on here hoping to find something I missed. However, I've exhausted everything possible. I'll list my specs below. Maybe mine was defective, but either way I don't play the game where I'm constantly sending items back. The fact that it doesn't work out of the box tells me everything I need to know about their quality control. Either that or it was a defective product that was returned to amazon and got recirculated, but it still had the plastic film on it so that s unlikely.GPU: GTX 1080Monitor: Samsung UN40MU6300Cable: 18Gbps HDMI cableResolution settings: Custom 3840x2160 @ 60Hz set to CVT-RB on 8bit 4:4:4High Speed HDMI cable (Confirmed works with Home Theater using 4k HDR Blu-Ray on LG OLEDC6P) 3Great Product I bought this for a custom build from 2013.MB: GA-990FXA-UD3Processor: FX-8350Mem: CORSAIR Vengeance 16GB PC3 12800Video: SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 7970 3GBOS on SSD: Samsung 840 Pro 512GBOS: Win 7 x64 ProVideo Drivers: AMD 15.20.1062.1004-150803a1-187669C (Catalyst 15.7.1) - I didn't like the additional clicks for advanced settings in Crimson Edition when it came out (and some settings I never found). So, it was a clean uninstall and rollback to the above.Before buying the adapter I was running a Samsung S24C570 monitor on the DVI output over a DVI - HDMI adapter, and a Samsung UN55JU6700FXZA on the HDMI output, both at 1080 60p. The UN55JU6700FXZA was set to UHD color and would run 2960 at 30p Full RGB (4:4:4) at 8, 10, or 12 bpc via HDMI output (as expected).In adding the adapter, the S24C570 stayed on the DVI output on an adapter to HDMI (I may use eventually use the card's HDMI output for a 3rd monitor), and the new adapter in this review took over output to the UN55JU6700FXZA. The chain is as follows: Radeon HD 7970 DisplayPort output - Club 3d CAC-1070 - Yason Ultra High Speed HDMI Cable (10'/18gbps) - UN55JU6700FXZA.Output/Video Testing:I first disabled output to the S24C570, just in case that could cause any issues, though it shouldn't. I proceeded to test the output to the UN55JU6700FXZA at 3840x2160 60p. The image looks great. Catalyst did disable Pixel Format selection (it's completely gone from the menu), and it locked bpc at 8. Crimson may allow it, but I really don't want to install it. I don't think many would notice too much difference in increased bpc at full RGB.After ensuring functionality for the adapter, I sent output to the S24C570 as well. They run great with the S24C570 on 1080 @ 60p and the UN55JU6700FXZA on 3840x2160 60p.Audio Offset:I'm using the MB SPDIF optical output to a Yamaha receiver. I noticed NO offset to audio when playing video files, YouTube videos, recorded TV via Windows Media Center, or Blu-ray via Cyberlink PowerDVD 15.Beware:Watch your cables. I ordered a two-pack of the Yason HDMI 2.0 cables, and one couldn't handle 2160 @ 60p; 30p was fine, and 1080 30p/60p were fine, but only one of the cables handled 2160 @ 60p. I also tested an old MonoPrice RedMere cable that was rated for 24p and it wouldn't handle 60p (of course it shouldn't, but why not see?). I tested an older regular (not RedMere) cable rated for 24p as well, which handled 2160 @ 30p and would connect on 2160 @ 60p, though it had screen tear when sending high speed motion scenes.Summary:4K @ 60p is very demanding, it may take some playing with settings and other hardware to ensure functionality. The adapter works great for me now that the cable can handle the necessary bandwidth. (And, as one cable rated to handle it didn't work, double check at least before blaming the adapter.)The adapter itself seems solidly built, and has a reasonably flexible cable section that could do a 90 degree angle without feeling stressed. The HDMI end is glossy and came covered in film (which was not removed when the photo was taken).Finally 2160 @ 60p out of my AMD card!! 54K@60FPS w/Skylake processor now possible using Displayport Update 2/7/2016: Does not appear to be HDCP compliant. Connecting the HTPC through this adapter to a Sony HT-RT5 (HDCP 2.2) soundbar resulted in no sound. When I connected the unit to the HDMI 1.4a port on the HTPC, the sound worked, suggesting that this adapter is not HDCP compliant. The ArcSoft BD assistant tool marked the audio as "analog" with the adapter, and passed when using the HDMI directly. As a result, I will no longer recommend this adapter unless you really need 4K 60Hz for gaming.Getting 4K@60FPS showing up on the Intel Graphics Driver (Intel G530 on Skylake Intel Boxed Core I5-6600 FC-LGA14C 3.30 Ghz 6 M Processor Cache 4 LGA 1151 BX80662I56600), ASRock Motherboard Micro ATX DDR4 H170M PRO4 motherboard, and Samsung UN40JU6500 40-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model) TV. Yay!Note: Don't know how to test for HDCP 2.2, and so that is still an unknown with this adapter. 3Only got 3840 pixels 2160 @ 30hz for PC Gaming. I bought this item to use my Spectre UHD 40' 4k TV (only 4 HDMI 2.0 ports x NO displayport) from Walmart's online store as a PC monitor. My PC graphics card is a AMD R7 260x. Since my GC only has HDMI 1.2 and not HDMI 2.0 thought this adapter would get me to 60hz @ 3840 pixels 2160 for gaming purposes.I used this adapter with a Mediabridge HDMI Cable (10 Feet) - Supports 4K@60Hz - High Speed, Hand-Tested, HDMI 2.0 Ready - UHD, 18Gbps, Audio Return Channel, Ethernet (Part# 91-02X-10B )Mediabridge HDMI 2.0 Cable (10 Feet) and once i plugged it in to my graphics card my computer recognized the hardware. HOWEVER i had to go into my display options and manually change the monitor/graphic card settings to 60hz. After that the monitor applied the resolution and i was able to use my TV control info button to confirm the resolutions was 3840 pixels 2160 @ 60hz. I was pumped... Watched a few 4k videos that showcased the panasonic GH5 4k @ 60frames and it looked amazing and super smooth!NOW this is why i am giving it 3 stars because when I booted up Battlefield 4 my PC converted back to 1080HD @ 60fps which is the original setting i was using prior to purchasing this adapter. When i went into video mode and tried to set the resolution to 3840 pixels 2160 @ 60hz that option was nowhere to be found. the max i could go was 3840 pixels 2160 @ 30hz which is what i was getting using a basic 4 year old HDMI 1.2.I closed BF4 and went back to my desktop which had converted back to 3840 pixels 2160 @ 30hz... I went back into display settings and the option of 3840 pixels 2160 @ 60hz was nowhere to be found....only 30hz! I reconnected the adapter 6 times and still the same result.The only thing that worked was shutting down my PC and upon start up going back into display options and setting the Graphics Card to 60hz.I opened up Rocket League and the highest resolution i could get was 3840 pixels 2160 @ 30hz. When i went back to the desktop the same glitch happened and my PC wasn't recognizing the adapter at 3840 pixels 2160 @ 60hz. The option wasn't there to change it back...This was very disappointing and made me return the product. Don't get me wrong, it works if you dont plan on relying on it to game on the PC. I didn't try any video editing apps but i assume it would work fine at because you don't need to re adjust your resolution.I guess i will just have to save money and get a graphics card with HDMI 2.0 if i want to GAME on my PC @ 3840 pixels 2160 @ 60hz. 3It works. Simple! So far the ONLY option on the market that does 4k 60Hz DP -> HDMI 2.0 conversion.Confirmed with R9 390 that 3840x2160 60Hz 4:4:4 works.5.1 Audio pass through works.TV hardware monitor metadata pass through works.The only thing I think is not passing through is the hot-plug status, which actually works in my favor. (No more Win10 bug resizing windows with my TV off).I'm using a Samsung UHD40JU6500. For this particular TV, there are two tricks to make it work:1. Label the input source as PC to get 4:4:4.2. Turn on UHD Color option for HDMI1, connect to HDMI1, to get 60Hz correctly.Works with all of my HDMI cables (even the old one from circa. 2008). 5Product stopped working after only 2 months! UPDATE 7/27/2016I've been using this product about 3 days a week since May 21, 2016 and at first it worked perfectly but a little over 2 months (July 27th) later it started flickering and soon it was completely dead! I guess this technology is not ready for prime time yet. Major bummer because now I am limited to 30hz over HDMI when I have a perfectly good DisplayPort to use.CANNOT RECOMMEND!---Ureka! It works! I am running a Dell Precision 6700 notebook with a Nvidia Quadro K5000M card which has a DisplayPort 1.2 and doesn't have HDMI 2.0.It is capable of 3840X2160 UHD @ 60Hz with 4:4:4 color with the DP 1.2. I couldn't get this to work at all - been working on it for 2 days straight - and the trick was to set a custom resolution in Nvidia Contrl Pnl (settings below) and make sure to not go over 540MHz pixel clock. The trick was the BPP rating. My maximum was 30... and I had it set to 32BPP which caused the display to flicker black/gray.As soon as I set the custom resolution for my Samsung TV UN40JU6700 Curved 40-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model) (bought on Amazon) at 16BPP it worked flawlessly. I will be tweaking it a little more to get a higher BPP out of it with 'CRU-1.2.6' program which allows you to set custom resolutions.I am using the this HDMI 2.0 certified cable (though I understand any high speed HDMI will work):http://amzn.com/B016LFEUG2Custom settings photo is attached. (This will only work if you have a similar GPU). Notice my pixel clock is not over 540Mhz on bottom right.Overall great product! No lag that I can notice and full UHD 4K glory @ 60Hz and 4:4:4 chroma! 1Ignore bad reviews, this supports 4096x2160@60hz 4:4:4 This is listed as supporting up to 3840 x 2160 but I can verify that this enables 4096 x 2160 output at 60hz 4:4:4 to an HDMI input that supports it (HDMI 2.0). When considering purchasing this item please make sure that the other pieces necessary to get 4K@60hz are all in place. First you will need a video card with displayport 1.2 output and drivers that support outputting 4K@60hz with 4:4:4 subsample via the diplayport. I know that current AMD drivers do support this. I can confirm that this works on the Fury line of cards. Really, if you're planning on gaming at 4K resolution and expect to hit 60fps then you would need at least one Fury card to achieve that. If you're using an old 7970 or R9 290 or something then you're probably not going to benefit from this adapter other than having a smoother mouse cursor while on the desktop.Also remember that not all 4K tvs are created equal. Some will not display 60hz over a single hdmi connection, some only have 1 hdmi 2.0 port available (my LG 43UF6430 only has a single port capable of 4K@60hz), some tvs don't support the 4:4:4 subsample and will not sync up when they receive that signal. You'll want a newer 4K tv and not a bargain bin model since those usually skimp on the internals necessary for this kind of set up.So please do your research before purchasing this product and make sure that you are creating a cohesive ecosystem that will support 4K@60hz before passing judgement on this device as others here have. 5Sync issues. Picture drops out. This product seems like a great future proof purchase but it won t even work reliably with current dp 1.2 conections. I have serious doubts it supports HBR3 signalling, DSC, FEC thus I have no idea what about dp 1.4 it supports. HDR10? Nope couldn t get it working at all. 4:2:2/4:2:0 + WCG @ 60Hz no dice. Couldn t get it working at 30Hz either. Tried GTX 1060 and 1080 sources. Tried Sony X900F and LG C8 TVs. Nope.For UHD 4:4:4 @ 60Hz it connected to both TVs fine but occasionally drops out and stays out. No picture. Doesn t resync. Just stays black. The picture only comes back on after a replug. Going between the adapter and an active HDMI splitter. Its worse. So much worse. It will occasionally fail to sync during power on of the source or TV. It drops far more frequently and stays black. I tried with a different brand DP 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 and no issues whatsoever. Direct to TV and splitter both no problems. Its only this adapter. The other brand DP 1.2 adapter doesn t have HDR but at least it works.Based on other reviews is safe to say its not a defective unit. Just not a very reliable/compatible product. 2Does everything it says including HDR I bought this adapter to replace one I purchased from 'plugable'. The original adapter I had would cause the screen to flash blue if HDCP was enabled. The original adapter was also not capable of passing HDR metadata through to the display. So I bought this Club3D CAC-1080 Active DisplayPort 1.4 to HDMI 2.0b HDR Adapter.I attached it, booted into Windows and used the Radeon software to enable HDCP. Rebooted. Windows now sees my display as HDR capable. Also MPC-BE with madVR will pass HDR metadata to the display when playing UHD rips.The hardware:Dell Vostro 230 - 460 watt PSU - Q9650 - 8GB of RAM - Radeon RX 560 - Windows 10 x64 1809Allows for 4k 60Hz in Sierra if you are hackintoshing.So far so good. Does what it says. I hope it lasts.Note: I tried this with a GTX 970 in and older Asus G41 board, this board has the same chipset as the Dell with the RX560. It did 4k 60HZ but no HDR.I also tried this on the Intel HD 630 / i7700k It caused problems and did not work at all. However, the 'Plug-able' brand DP>HDMI non HDR adapter worked. It would give me 4k 60hz.I suspect this is because the Display Port s are only 1.2 not 1.4. 5
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Description
  • This is the easiest solution for connecting your DP 1.2 enabled source device to an HDMI 2.0 enabled 4K UHD TV, monitor or projector
  • The adapter is fully compliant to HDMI 2.0 specification allowing for 6Gbps TMDS Throughput per channel. The interface in the adapter has three lanes for HDMI data, clock, HPD Signal and power, offering a total TMDS throughput of 18 Gbps
  • Compliant to DP Specification 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 for 1.62Gbps, 2.7Gbps and 5.4Gbps per lane. Effective bandwidth 17.28Gbps
  • Supports UHD Resolutions up to 3840x2160p at 60Hz with 24 bit color and 4:4:4 color sampling
  • Repeater for HDCP 1.3 and HDCP 2.2. ( no external power needed)
  • color depths on 38402160 at60hz, - DP: RGB 6/8/10/12-bit per component (bpc) and YCbCr4:4:4, YCbCr4:2:2 bpc 8/10/12 bpc
  • color depths on 38402160 at60hz, - HDMI: RGB 8/10/12 bpc; YCbCr4:4:4, YCbCr4:2:2 and YCbCr4:2:0 8/10/12 bpc
  • Supports AMD GCN cards, Nvidia Maxwell cards and Intel Skylake
  • HD 5XX series and newer. Not intended for older architectures (such as Intel Haswell HD 4XXX / NVidia Kepler 5xx series Graphics)
  • Premium chip: Parade PS176
  • 2 years warranty for support, please contact support@club-3d.com.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

OMG IT WORKS I am honestly just going to say a few words here.i have been struggling to get my UHD 4K display to run in full 4K 4:4:4 @ 60HZ and i have a GTX 970 with HDMI2.0 out and using OS X. it would never work and it never made sense.I just got this cable today and i am running FULL res 3820X2160 4:4:4 60HZ - I AM SO EXCITED this is like xmas all over again. 5CAC-1080 Poor quality control Update 22Jan18: Customer service rep with Club3D contacted me to try and help make sure so had everything set up correctly, but still no signal. They re sending me out another to try so I ll update my review once I receive it.Update 23Jan18: Wow, I will say they have excellent customer service. Very responsive and they shipped a new one overnight fedex from the Netherlands to the US which can't be cheap, but after running it through all the tests it still doesn't work. I'm going to test it on a couple other panels when I get the chance to eliminate that possibility. I'll raise the rating from 1 star to 3 because of the amazing customer service, but the product just doesn't seem to work for my particular setup. Hope you have better luck than I did.Doesn't work. At least mine doesn't. I see a lot of reviews on here with it working, but I build custom PCs and I'm not your average user. I know tech better than most. I tried everything imaginable to get this thing to work and it simply will not. Followed all the instructions that came with it in addition to reading all the reviews on here hoping to find something I missed. However, I've exhausted everything possible. I'll list my specs below. Maybe mine was defective, but either way I don't play the game where I'm constantly sending items back. The fact that it doesn't work out of the box tells me everything I need to know about their quality control. Either that or it was a defective product that was returned to amazon and got recirculated, but it still had the plastic film on it so that s unlikely.GPU: GTX 1080Monitor: Samsung UN40MU6300Cable: 18Gbps HDMI cableResolution settings: Custom 3840x2160 @ 60Hz set to CVT-RB on 8bit 4:4:4High Speed HDMI cable (Confirmed works with Home Theater using 4k HDR Blu-Ray on LG OLEDC6P) 3Great Product I bought this for a custom build from 2013.MB: GA-990FXA-UD3Processor: FX-8350Mem: CORSAIR Vengeance 16GB PC3 12800Video: SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 7970 3GBOS on SSD: Samsung 840 Pro 512GBOS: Win 7 x64 ProVideo Drivers: AMD 15.20.1062.1004-150803a1-187669C (Catalyst 15.7.1) - I didn't like the additional clicks for advanced settings in Crimson Edition when it came out (and some settings I never found). So, it was a clean uninstall and rollback to the above.Before buying the adapter I was running a Samsung S24C570 monitor on the DVI output over a DVI - HDMI adapter, and a Samsung UN55JU6700FXZA on the HDMI output, both at 1080 60p. The UN55JU6700FXZA was set to UHD color and would run 2960 at 30p Full RGB (4:4:4) at 8, 10, or 12 bpc via HDMI output (as expected).In adding the adapter, the S24C570 stayed on the DVI output on an adapter to HDMI (I may use eventually use the card's HDMI output for a 3rd monitor), and the new adapter in this review took over output to the UN55JU6700FXZA. The chain is as follows: Radeon HD 7970 DisplayPort output - Club 3d CAC-1070 - Yason Ultra High Speed HDMI Cable (10'/18gbps) - UN55JU6700FXZA.Output/Video Testing:I first disabled output to the S24C570, just in case that could cause any issues, though it shouldn't. I proceeded to test the output to the UN55JU6700FXZA at 3840x2160 60p. The image looks great. Catalyst did disable Pixel Format selection (it's completely gone from the menu), and it locked bpc at 8. Crimson may allow it, but I really don't want to install it. I don't think many would notice too much difference in increased bpc at full RGB.After ensuring functionality for the adapter, I sent output to the S24C570 as well. They run great with the S24C570 on 1080 @ 60p and the UN55JU6700FXZA on 3840x2160 60p.Audio Offset:I'm using the MB SPDIF optical output to a Yamaha receiver. I noticed NO offset to audio when playing video files, YouTube videos, recorded TV via Windows Media Center, or Blu-ray via Cyberlink PowerDVD 15.Beware:Watch your cables. I ordered a two-pack of the Yason HDMI 2.0 cables, and one couldn't handle 2160 @ 60p; 30p was fine, and 1080 30p/60p were fine, but only one of the cables handled 2160 @ 60p. I also tested an old MonoPrice RedMere cable that was rated for 24p and it wouldn't handle 60p (of course it shouldn't, but why not see?). I tested an older regular (not RedMere) cable rated for 24p as well, which handled 2160 @ 30p and would connect on 2160 @ 60p, though it had screen tear when sending high speed motion scenes.Summary:4K @ 60p is very demanding, it may take some playing with settings and other hardware to ensure functionality. The adapter works great for me now that the cable can handle the necessary bandwidth. (And, as one cable rated to handle it didn't work, double check at least before blaming the adapter.)The adapter itself seems solidly built, and has a reasonably flexible cable section that could do a 90 degree angle without feeling stressed. The HDMI end is glossy and came covered in film (which was not removed when the photo was taken).Finally 2160 @ 60p out of my AMD card!! 54K@60FPS w/Skylake processor now possible using Displayport Update 2/7/2016: Does not appear to be HDCP compliant. Connecting the HTPC through this adapter to a Sony HT-RT5 (HDCP 2.2) soundbar resulted in no sound. When I connected the unit to the HDMI 1.4a port on the HTPC, the sound worked, suggesting that this adapter is not HDCP compliant. The ArcSoft BD assistant tool marked the audio as "analog" with the adapter, and passed when using the HDMI directly. As a result, I will no longer recommend this adapter unless you really need 4K 60Hz for gaming.Getting 4K@60FPS showing up on the Intel Graphics Driver (Intel G530 on Skylake Intel Boxed Core I5-6600 FC-LGA14C 3.30 Ghz 6 M Processor Cache 4 LGA 1151 BX80662I56600), ASRock Motherboard Micro ATX DDR4 H170M PRO4 motherboard, and Samsung UN40JU6500 40-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model) TV. Yay!Note: Don't know how to test for HDCP 2.2, and so that is still an unknown with this adapter. 3Only got 3840 pixels 2160 @ 30hz for PC Gaming. I bought this item to use my Spectre UHD 40' 4k TV (only 4 HDMI 2.0 ports x NO displayport) from Walmart's online store as a PC monitor. My PC graphics card is a AMD R7 260x. Since my GC only has HDMI 1.2 and not HDMI 2.0 thought this adapter would get me to 60hz @ 3840 pixels 2160 for gaming purposes.I used this adapter with a Mediabridge HDMI Cable (10 Feet) - Supports 4K@60Hz - High Speed, Hand-Tested, HDMI 2.0 Ready - UHD, 18Gbps, Audio Return Channel, Ethernet (Part# 91-02X-10B )Mediabridge HDMI 2.0 Cable (10 Feet) and once i plugged it in to my graphics card my computer recognized the hardware. HOWEVER i had to go into my display options and manually change the monitor/graphic card settings to 60hz. After that the monitor applied the resolution and i was able to use my TV control info button to confirm the resolutions was 3840 pixels 2160 @ 60hz. I was pumped... Watched a few 4k videos that showcased the panasonic GH5 4k @ 60frames and it looked amazing and super smooth!NOW this is why i am giving it 3 stars because when I booted up Battlefield 4 my PC converted back to 1080HD @ 60fps which is the original setting i was using prior to purchasing this adapter. When i went into video mode and tried to set the resolution to 3840 pixels 2160 @ 60hz that option was nowhere to be found. the max i could go was 3840 pixels 2160 @ 30hz which is what i was getting using a basic 4 year old HDMI 1.2.I closed BF4 and went back to my desktop which had converted back to 3840 pixels 2160 @ 30hz... I went back into display settings and the option of 3840 pixels 2160 @ 60hz was nowhere to be found....only 30hz! I reconnected the adapter 6 times and still the same result.The only thing that worked was shutting down my PC and upon start up going back into display options and setting the Graphics Card to 60hz.I opened up Rocket League and the highest resolution i could get was 3840 pixels 2160 @ 30hz. When i went back to the desktop the same glitch happened and my PC wasn't recognizing the adapter at 3840 pixels 2160 @ 60hz. The option wasn't there to change it back...This was very disappointing and made me return the product. Don't get me wrong, it works if you dont plan on relying on it to game on the PC. I didn't try any video editing apps but i assume it would work fine at because you don't need to re adjust your resolution.I guess i will just have to save money and get a graphics card with HDMI 2.0 if i want to GAME on my PC @ 3840 pixels 2160 @ 60hz. 3It works. Simple! So far the ONLY option on the market that does 4k 60Hz DP -> HDMI 2.0 conversion.Confirmed with R9 390 that 3840x2160 60Hz 4:4:4 works.5.1 Audio pass through works.TV hardware monitor metadata pass through works.The only thing I think is not passing through is the hot-plug status, which actually works in my favor. (No more Win10 bug resizing windows with my TV off).I'm using a Samsung UHD40JU6500. For this particular TV, there are two tricks to make it work:1. Label the input source as PC to get 4:4:4.2. Turn on UHD Color option for HDMI1, connect to HDMI1, to get 60Hz correctly.Works with all of my HDMI cables (even the old one from circa. 2008). 5Product stopped working after only 2 months! UPDATE 7/27/2016I've been using this product about 3 days a week since May 21, 2016 and at first it worked perfectly but a little over 2 months (July 27th) later it started flickering and soon it was completely dead! I guess this technology is not ready for prime time yet. Major bummer because now I am limited to 30hz over HDMI when I have a perfectly good DisplayPort to use.CANNOT RECOMMEND!---Ureka! It works! I am running a Dell Precision 6700 notebook with a Nvidia Quadro K5000M card which has a DisplayPort 1.2 and doesn't have HDMI 2.0.It is capable of 3840X2160 UHD @ 60Hz with 4:4:4 color with the DP 1.2. I couldn't get this to work at all - been working on it for 2 days straight - and the trick was to set a custom resolution in Nvidia Contrl Pnl (settings below) and make sure to not go over 540MHz pixel clock. The trick was the BPP rating. My maximum was 30... and I had it set to 32BPP which caused the display to flicker black/gray.As soon as I set the custom resolution for my Samsung TV UN40JU6700 Curved 40-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model) (bought on Amazon) at 16BPP it worked flawlessly. I will be tweaking it a little more to get a higher BPP out of it with 'CRU-1.2.6' program which allows you to set custom resolutions.I am using the this HDMI 2.0 certified cable (though I understand any high speed HDMI will work):http://amzn.com/B016LFEUG2Custom settings photo is attached. (This will only work if you have a similar GPU). Notice my pixel clock is not over 540Mhz on bottom right.Overall great product! No lag that I can notice and full UHD 4K glory @ 60Hz and 4:4:4 chroma! 1Ignore bad reviews, this supports 4096x2160@60hz 4:4:4 This is listed as supporting up to 3840 x 2160 but I can verify that this enables 4096 x 2160 output at 60hz 4:4:4 to an HDMI input that supports it (HDMI 2.0). When considering purchasing this item please make sure that the other pieces necessary to get 4K@60hz are all in place. First you will need a video card with displayport 1.2 output and drivers that support outputting 4K@60hz with 4:4:4 subsample via the diplayport. I know that current AMD drivers do support this. I can confirm that this works on the Fury line of cards. Really, if you're planning on gaming at 4K resolution and expect to hit 60fps then you would need at least one Fury card to achieve that. If you're using an old 7970 or R9 290 or something then you're probably not going to benefit from this adapter other than having a smoother mouse cursor while on the desktop.Also remember that not all 4K tvs are created equal. Some will not display 60hz over a single hdmi connection, some only have 1 hdmi 2.0 port available (my LG 43UF6430 only has a single port capable of 4K@60hz), some tvs don't support the 4:4:4 subsample and will not sync up when they receive that signal. You'll want a newer 4K tv and not a bargain bin model since those usually skimp on the internals necessary for this kind of set up.So please do your research before purchasing this product and make sure that you are creating a cohesive ecosystem that will support 4K@60hz before passing judgement on this device as others here have. 5Sync issues. Picture drops out. This product seems like a great future proof purchase but it won t even work reliably with current dp 1.2 conections. I have serious doubts it supports HBR3 signalling, DSC, FEC thus I have no idea what about dp 1.4 it supports. HDR10? Nope couldn t get it working at all. 4:2:2/4:2:0 + WCG @ 60Hz no dice. Couldn t get it working at 30Hz either. Tried GTX 1060 and 1080 sources. Tried Sony X900F and LG C8 TVs. Nope.For UHD 4:4:4 @ 60Hz it connected to both TVs fine but occasionally drops out and stays out. No picture. Doesn t resync. Just stays black. The picture only comes back on after a replug. Going between the adapter and an active HDMI splitter. Its worse. So much worse. It will occasionally fail to sync during power on of the source or TV. It drops far more frequently and stays black. I tried with a different brand DP 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 and no issues whatsoever. Direct to TV and splitter both no problems. Its only this adapter. The other brand DP 1.2 adapter doesn t have HDR but at least it works.Based on other reviews is safe to say its not a defective unit. Just not a very reliable/compatible product. 2Does everything it says including HDR I bought this adapter to replace one I purchased from 'plugable'. The original adapter I had would cause the screen to flash blue if HDCP was enabled. The original adapter was also not capable of passing HDR metadata through to the display. So I bought this Club3D CAC-1080 Active DisplayPort 1.4 to HDMI 2.0b HDR Adapter.I attached it, booted into Windows and used the Radeon software to enable HDCP. Rebooted. Windows now sees my display as HDR capable. Also MPC-BE with madVR will pass HDR metadata to the display when playing UHD rips.The hardware:Dell Vostro 230 - 460 watt PSU - Q9650 - 8GB of RAM - Radeon RX 560 - Windows 10 x64 1809Allows for 4k 60Hz in Sierra if you are hackintoshing.So far so good. Does what it says. I hope it lasts.Note: I tried this with a GTX 970 in and older Asus G41 board, this board has the same chipset as the Dell with the RX560. It did 4k 60HZ but no HDR.I also tried this on the Intel HD 630 / i7700k It caused problems and did not work at all. However, the 'Plug-able' brand DP>HDMI non HDR adapter worked. It would give me 4k 60hz.I suspect this is because the Display Port s are only 1.2 not 1.4. 5
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