I had an older PC laying around with an i5 760 and an old 560Ti, and I decided to invest in a 1050Ti to get that sweet HDMI-out (the 560 only did DVI and thus no 4K HDR for me) and use the PC as a "HTPC" (except a bit louder - it used to be a gaming rig 9 years ago).
Everything works all hunky-dory, my 4K BD rips look and sound amazing (MPC + madVR is love), and I'm finally getting TrueHD Atmos (which was not working over ARC on the TV or over the DVI from the PC ofc), BUT I have trouble getting the system to output [email protected]
(neither for videos only nor for Windows generally).
The setup is the PC with the Asus 1050Ti, which is connected to an LG SK10Y soundbar via HDMI (High speed HDMI cable with Ethernet, tried a couple of cables, none helped) (yes, a soundbar, please don't hate, I got the bar and the rear SPK8s for 700 USD so for me gettin 7.1.2 for that price is a win) which is then connected to an LG OLED B7.
The soundbar should be able to pass through [email protected]
- "Finally, the SK10Y supports HDR10, and can passthrough 4k @ 60 Hz @ 10 bit"), and the TV is capable of 120Hz and the graphics card should be more than enough for 60 fps video playback even on 4k.
I have HDR turned on in Windows 10, however, I'm stuck with 30Hz. Whenever I try to switch to 60Hz on the nVidia Control Panel, I only get a black screen. I tried Full RGB, YcBcr, on 4:4:4, 4:2:2, 4:2:0, 8-10-12 bpc, full color range, limited color range whatever, and I still get the same result - whenever I switch to 60Hz, all I get is a black screen. Given all the components SHOULD allow me to get 60Hz, I wonder if anyone could help me find the correct settings? How do I solve this? What am I missing?