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KasuCode
09-18-07, 08:16 AM
http://www.fudzilla.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=3092&Itemid=1

nekrosoft13
09-18-07, 10:36 AM
don't care about cables, still like my DVI

Libertysyclone
09-18-07, 11:36 AM
You should care, most of the new video cards are going to have it as a display output.

This kinda makes me scared to buy any new AV stuff. since there is no licensing fee with Display port like there is with HDMI, a lot of companies are picking this up.

Rakeesh
09-18-07, 12:12 PM
Hmm...I'll be for it so long as it can be easily/cheaply and with no latency converted to HDMI/DVI, as I've already got about 3 devices that use that.

jeffmd
09-18-07, 12:56 PM
I thought the hdmi port looked mighty fine... why the need for the display port?

Woudnt it be funny if suddenly sound and video cards started to merge? mmm... 9800GTX Ultra with X-fi ^^

Capt. Picard
09-18-07, 01:00 PM
That port looks kind of flimsy. Easlily breakable. I wish technology would move in the direction of making things more robust. Physically, that is.

AngelGraves13
09-18-07, 01:32 PM
That port looks kind of flimsy. Easlily breakable. I wish technology would move in the direction of making things more robust. Physically, that is.

Wait for the Monster cable ;)

nekrosoft13
09-18-07, 01:34 PM
I thought the hdmi port looked mighty fine... why the need for the display port?


companies got tired of paying licensing fees.

nightmare beta
09-18-07, 02:12 PM
I thought it was to be optical.

They also need to support 120hz and 48 bit color.

The screen makers need to move to led and support 120hz refresh and 48 bit color soon, and make a higher color gamut standard.

XDanger
09-18-07, 02:18 PM
That port looks kind of flimsy. Easlily breakable. I wish technology would move in the direction of making things more robust. Physically, that is.
SCART is like man ,its in its nature to destroy itself.

AngelGraves13
09-18-07, 04:58 PM
I thought it was to be optical.

They also need to support 120hz and 48 bit color.

The screen makers need to move to led and support 120hz refresh and 48 bit color soon, and make a higher color gamut standard.

mmm....Windows in 48 bit color at 120Hz :drooling:

Dragunov
09-18-07, 05:40 PM
Well I use DVI, so a new standard is coming again, business goes on, but my wallet would go empty, if I always followed the new stuff...