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post #3361 of 3367 Old 05-08-2015, 07:11 AM
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Must be a (graphic) driver problem.

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THe flickering issue is a driver problem, I'm trying to workaround it by creating a custom resolution of 59hz. Or at the very least, change it so that way my native resolution is at 4k and not 1080p. But I can't even do simple resolutions such as 4k at 30hz.
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Have you already tried with just one card by disabling SLI?

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I did a quick search through the thread and OP but couldn't find what I was looking for. This question must have come up before, so I apologize if its already been answered.

Is there a list or easy way to find devices that emulate a display's EDID?

I discovered the Dr HDMI device from HD Fury from an AVS ad, which appears to emulate a specific display's EDID and constantly broadcast it to the source (so that it appears the display is always there and "on"). Its $100 and also has a number of other features which I don't need and I'm trying to determine if there are cheaper devices or alternatives, especially since I don't know whether any of them introduce any issues (such as delays). Heck, is there a correct label for these kinds of devices? (i.e. EDID emulator? EDID Sink? EDID Repeater? etc.)

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I think I have a similar but opposite problem of many people in this thread.

I have nvidia GTX 970->Onkyo TX-SR607->Panasonic TX-P60S030.

I can bit stream all encoded formats just fine. However, when I do a windows speaker test for my 5.1, my rear and front speakers play through the front. Same thing appears to happening during video games as well. Watching movies everything is fine.

I notice that the supported formats list does not list any type of PCM. Shouldn't 8 channel PCM be listed there like is listed in the EDID?

Is this possibly EDID related?
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No EDID issue according to the captured screens.

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I think I have a similar but opposite problem of many people in this thread.

I have nvidia GTX 970->Onkyo TX-SR607->Panasonic TX-P60S030.

I can bit stream all encoded formats just fine. However, when I do a windows speaker test for my 5.1, my rear and front speakers play through the front. Same thing appears to happening during video games as well. Watching movies everything is fine.

I notice that the supported formats list does not list any type of PCM. Shouldn't 8 channel PCM be listed there like is listed in the EDID?

Is this possibly EDID related?
This may be a silly check, but did you check your Onkyo's sound program is "Straight" (or whatever the pass-through option is labelled). The only thing I can think of is that its applying a sound program to a plain PCM signal (but not to an encoded stream).

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