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It actually could still be related to the PC. Monitors in particular have much more basic scalars
Minor correction: scal-ers.

A scalar is a single-valued number, a mathematical term.
A scaler is a chip whose purpose it is to scale images.

People get this wrong all the time.

Two different words with completely different meanings. It doesn't matter if some manual misspells it either, it's not proper English. Apologies for the pedantry but we're on a science website
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Did you actually try setting the video output format to RGB in your Nvidia control panel, and/or making a custom resolution of 1920x1072?

Or do you need help knowing how to do these things? (I can do that, just not this instant as I'm current on my AMD-powered laptop rather than my Nvidia-powered HTPC).
I already tried that, the help i want is actually solving the issue as none of that helped.
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if anyone could do UHD 60 4:4:4 with a Intel HD graphics + DP-HDMI converter
Yes, it works for me.

New ECS Liva Z (N4200+ 2x4GB/1866).

The Liva Z has DP 1.2 out via an Apollo Lake HD505.

The test setup is ECS > DP 1.2 > "Plugable Active Mini DisplayPort to HDMI 2.0 Adapter" > Denon x1300W Game Port > Vizio 2017 E55-E1.

I verified that 4K/60Hz/4:4:4 worked fine -- no chroma noise on fine text when looking at a bitmapped text test pattern.

The driver, monitor and Denon all reported 4K/60Hz.

I believe the Plugable uses a Parade chip (you can dig up the model # online).

I won't be able to verify HDCP 2.2 (unlikely) or Netflix compatibility until this weekend.

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no chroma noise on fine text when looking at a bitmapped text test pattern
How about with the madVR chroma test pattern? (I typically recommend opening the image in MS Paint since no scaling is applied by default):

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...99#post1640299

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