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HDMI 2.0 to DisplayPort. Possible, forget about it or ?
I have been enjoying a 40" 4K Philips BDM4065UC monitor with my PC and have been for 3½ years now, but there the one downside in that it doesn't come with HDMI 2.0. I also use my PS3 with the Philips, but with Gran Tourismo now dead on PS3 it has become a rare occasion. However the Philips does work great not only as PC monitor for office stuff, but also for gaming with both the PC and with the PS3.
Having sort of skipped the PS4 I have been wondering about getting a PS4Pro for a while now, but the Philips lacks HDMI 2.0 support so that would then mean not getting the 4K or would it? I can see one can buy HDMI 2.0 to Displayport gizmos, but as they are upwards of $200 I do wonder if that is really a wise investment as I could put that money towards doing a monitor upgrade and also whether such boxes really work.
So I guess my main question - does anyone have experience with HDMI 2.0 to Displayport for use with a PS4Pro(or otherwise) for gaming and also the occasional movies?
NOTE: I updated/corrected this post to say HDMI rather than DVI as I sort of messed that up.