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Best connection to DisplayPort monitor?

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Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

What would be the best way to connect to a DisplayPort monitor? USB-C > DP? or MiniDP > DP?

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@Cepheus 

 

miniDP to DP is the way to go. you will get same result. You get 100% when use mini DP to DP but using USB-C to DP, the chance is 50/50.

 

I actually use miniDP to DP on my Omen machine. I also use miniDP to HDMI (v 2.0) on other machine. Which monitor ? Well, there and hundreds and hundreds of models/products. I don't have all of them to test. Please try

 

              https://au.pcmag.com/monitors/10471/the-best-computer-monitors

 

Regards.

BH
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