Originally Posted by MisterFriday
I'm having problems finding a proper solution to my problem, so I thought I'd ask some of the enthusiasts here for guidance!
I need to transfer a 10-bit 4K 60Hz signal (with 16 bits-3D LUT support) over the distance of 11 Meters (that's about 36 feet). Via HDMI (2.1?) or Display Port.
And I'm having problems figuring out what cable(s) to buy. Or if I possibly should go with an "HDMI over Ethernet" solution.
Here is what I want to do:
I'm a visual effects artist and I finally want to make the switch to a 4K Monitor.
I have decided to go with the Eizo Color Edge CG3145 (unfortunately I cannot link to the product since this is my first post in the forum.)
My server rack is in the basement and my office on the upper floor, I need to run an 11 Meter long cable from the basement to the first floor.
The output device is a golfers RTX 2080 tie. I could install a repeater at ~2/3 of the length.
Is there anything you would recommend for my scenario?
Thanks for any advice!
I'd recommend an HDMI over Fiber cable.
Something like this: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XS8T2W4
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