Originally Posted by natess
so when it comes to hdmi 2.0, 2.0b etc, which one is that cable you posted, or does that even matter?
As mentioned above, there is no such thing as an "HDMI 2.0 cable". They are either Standard or High Speed. High Speed is what you want and a Premium High Speed HDMI cable (that comes with a QR label for authenticity) should work just fine. They are certified by HDMI.org to meet all HDMI 2.0 hardware specifications. Any cable mfr can submit their cables for certification so you are not stuck with any one mfr. The general rule of thumb is this:
For 4k HDR runs up to 25', a Premium High Speed HDMI cable is recommended. 25' is the maximum certifiable length for passive cables. Active cables can not receive the HDMI.org certification.
For 4k HDR runs over 25', a hybrid fiber cable (Ruipro4k) is recommended. However, they are expensive. Hybrid fiber cables are active.
Be mindful of bend radius and excess strain on the HDMI input. Also, a direct connection, source to sink, is always best. No extenders, adapters, wall plates, etc in-between.