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Thursday, 11 October 2007 12:07

Display port works with existing Nvidia / ATI cards

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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But where are the monitors ?


A few independent sources have confirmed that Display Port will work even with the current generation of G8x and Rx6x0 ATI cards. The only issue that keeps graphics guys from taking this road is that there is not a single monitor to support it.


Benq has a few monitors with HDMI, but this connector is not royalty free and Dell already said that it plans to go Display port only in 2008, including its notebooks.


Nvidia and ATI will have the design kits ready by the end of the year and they will be ready to announce Display port cards as soon as the market asks for them.

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