Originally Posted by Tomcup
I can check, but Like you said I'm not sure it is the proper test for issues based on the questionable HDR support in chrome. I have no issues gaming in HDR (or SDR) at 4k60 which is what I mainly care to do with my PC on the TV. Youtube I'd just use the TV.
Have you turned off the Auto Logo dimming feature (under OLED panel/or additional settings I believe, from memory)? It defaults to Low.
I don't notice a problem with this and mine is set to low, but I'm also not trying to use the PC to browse the internet for longer than a few minutes when on the TV.
I think so, i will double check.
The whole thing is a bit clunky when using it as a PC monitor. I'm having to change Colour space, from 4:4:4 to to 4:2:2 8bit/10bit for different content, i'm using the remote to increase oled/brightness/contrast between HDR movies and windows. It's all very CLUNKY.
If you turn the brightness up for HDR movies, exiting the movie will blind you with super white windows 10 windows.
Chrome 4K 60 HDR, is stuttering.
I just bought a Belkin 48gbps cable, made no difference.
I guess when i finally get a hdmi2.1 video card, and can run 4k 60/120hz with 4:4:4 colourspace with HDR, then some of these problems will be solved. But at the moment, The LG C9 not very good as a PC monitor.
My old LG 4k60 55ub850t was at least consistent across content.