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HYPERDRIVE USB-C to USB-C Cable 100W/10Gbps (2M)
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HYPERDRIVE USB-C to USB-C Cable 100W/10Gbps (2M)

Summary
Lastest tests on Apr 12 2022.
Name Value Tested
Cable length (total) 200 cm
Max supported current 5A 5 A
Max supported power 100W 97.99 W
Max supported voltage 20V 19.57 V
Plug 1 - USB Type C yes
Plug 2 - USB Type C yes
SuperSpeed USB 10Gbps no
USB 3.1 Gen 2 yes
USB PD 2.0 yes
USB PD 3.0 yes
Marketplace Vendor Tested on Notes
/ Hyper Apr 12 2022 Very expensive cable that does not live up to its promises. Poor signal integrity at speed above USB 2.0 that will lead to degraded data transfer. Charging performances below expectations due to higher DC resistance.

USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type C to Type C 100W 5A Cable with PD 2.0 & 3.0 v1  

Legend: Passed - Not recorded - Failed

Phase 1

Appearance Exp. value Rec. value Result Notes
Cable color Black/White Black/White -
Plugs color Black Black -
Charging Exp. value Rec. value Result Notes
USB PD 2.0 yes yes -
High DC Resistance no no higher values (below twice the limit) observed on GND and VBUS.
USB PD 3.0 yes yes -
Compatibility Exp. value Rec. value Result Notes
Plug 1 - USB Type C yes yes -
Plug 2 - USB Type C yes yes -
Emarker VODs yes no Programming error on Emarker. VBUS Through Cable is set to false.
Plug 1 shape straight straight -
Plug 2 shape straight straight -
Data Transfer Exp. value Rec. value Result Notes
USB 3.1 Gen 2 yes yes -
Emarker presence yes yes -
USB signal integrity yes no Failed signal integrity for all speeds above USB 2.0.
SuperSpeed USB 10Gbps yes no USB 2.0 speed are okay but above that the signal is degraded
Safety & Security Exp. value Rec. value Result Notes
Continuity yes yes -
Quiescent Current no no -
Low DC Resistance no no -