I've scoured the internet to find information on setting up the C6 for gaming on PC (SDR and HDR). Everywhere I look seems to contain conflicting information and/or bad info. I'd like to settle how the C6 should be set up on PC once and for all, which is why I've created this thread. I'm just going to rifle off all of the questions I have so we can get straight into it:
1. Is the only input that enables Chroma 4:4:4 the 'PC' input?
2. Do I have to set the picture mode to 'Game'? Other modes allow more options, but do they have the same amount of input lag as game mode?
3. Should sharpness be set to 0, along with tint and temperature? I imagine they're just post processing effects and shouldn't be enabled.
4. Should brightness and color be set at 50 to get an organic image?
5. What should gamma be set to, as well as color gamut?
6. Should black level be set to low or high?
7. The dynamic options should be turned off, correct?
8. Should contrast be set to 100?
9. Should the Nvidia CP settings be set to RGB 8bit full, YCbCr422 10/12bit limited, or YCbCr444 8bit limited?
10. Can I leave the color settings in the Nvidia CP on default instead? Will I always be getting the correct settings with this option?
1. HDR does not work correctly when the input is set to 'PC' because it doesn't output BT2020. Is there a fix or workaround for this?
2. I should be using the HDR Game picture mode, correct? Do the other modes have higher input lag?
3. What should black level be set to?
4. Should contrast, color, sharpness, gamma, gamut etc. be set the same as SDR?
5. Which settings should I use in the Nvidia CP? Again, can I use the 'default' option to have the settings automatically be set correctly?
Thanks for reading my post everybody. I know it's a lot of info I'm asking for, which is why I'm prepared to make a decent donation to whomever can answer these questions correctly with explanations and help me set up this beautiful display correctly for the PC. This post should also be highly useful to others with the same questions. Also, one last thing - does anybody have a way to test for Chroma 4:4:4 on this display in 4K? The highest res image I can find is 1080p, and it looks to me that I have Chroma 4:4:4 no matter what settings I use on the TV and PC which doesn't seem right to me. Thanks again and I look forward to hearing from y'all