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Old 12-02-2018, 11:33 AM   #3
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Not intending to test complicated functions (3D, CEC, ARC) outside of its intended purpose nor do I have the equipment to do it

But I would say no, because it is also sold without the chip and still marketed as capable of all the things you expect it to be capable of. So I'm guessing the chip is there just for HDCP in the output, which is a requirement if people want to sell it in most parts of the world without getting heat from Intel. But they put it on the chip so they can also easily sell a version without HDCP, or make it easy for users to disable HDCP which we now know.
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