USB 4 is just around the corner and ready to leave USB 3.2 in the dust with double the speeds. Now, VESA has announced that it will fully support the massive bandwidth available for the DisplayPort 2.0 standard as well. That means USB 4 will work with speed-hungry devices like 8K 60 Hz HDR or even (K) Hz monitors.
Since USB 4 works at 26 DisplayPort 2.0 supports 204 Gbps speeds, how will this work? USB 4 can actually send and receive at 80 Gbps at the same time, so VESA took advantage of that with a new spec called DisplayPort Alt Mode 2.0. Since DisplayPort is primarily used for video, which only sends data one way from your PC to a monitor, the Alt Mode 2.0 standard remaps USB-C’s data pins to work in one direction only – giving you double the speeds.
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