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Tried 4 other cables to hit 4k 60Hz over 7m and this is the only one that works
on 22 November 2017
When it comes to 4K @ 60Hz, quality and length really do matter. Most people won't even utilise 4K @ 60hz as all they are doing is watching TV, which typically is only broadcast in 24fps, as are just about all movies which have been shot in 24fps for the past 100+ years. When it comes to gaming though, if you have enough GPU power, you can hit 60fps in 4K and that's where it counts having the capability to hit that bandwidth.
I went through 4 different cables before finding this one. When you go over 7.6m (25ft), normal HDMI cables will fail to transmit more than 4K @ 30hz. If you need anything much longer than that, you're in the fiber HDMI category and they can be £200+
I was just about to cop for a fiber HDMI cable when I decided to try this and to my amazement, it works perfectly. The source is my PC which has a 980ti GPU in it and it's feeding in to my UHD60 4k Optoma projector @ 60Hz over a 7m cable. The one before this was a different make but it was 7.5m and although it did work, it would lose the signal intermittently.
Now I can send the others back and get myself something else in place of them :)