DisplayPort 2.0 support for RDNA3?A new Linux patch from AMD hints at DisplayPort 2.0 being part of the company's next-generation GPUs. As things stand right now, it looks like RDNA3 will launch sometime next year.
DisplayPort 2.0 offers almost triple the bandwidth of DisplayPort 1.4a:
DisplayPort 2.0 extends Ultra High Bit Rate support up to 20 Gbit/s per lane. This means that the data rate goes up to 77.37 Gbit/s (80 Gbit/s total rates), almost three times as high and as DisplayPort 1.4a. The new standard is capable of supporting a 10K display with an uncompressed stream at 60 Hz or alternatively two 4K displays at 144 Hz. With Display Stream Compression (DSC) it supports even higher resolutions.