Originally Posted by JewDaddy
I can tell you that from my experience that I noticed a difference coming from the 5030 to the 5040 when it came to gaming. The two big things that sold me once I spent more time with the 5040 were the increased sharpness and overall clarity of playing my Pro and X on there as well as the gaming lag being fantastic. I don’t know a lot about the 3500 but the 5030 in my opinion had terrible lag. Some games were almost unplayable. But the 5040 was night and day better. I have to assume that the 4010 you’re looking at would have just as good if not better response time than the 5040.
At the end of the day, for me the HDR gaming isn’t really all that impressive on a projector because of the limited light output. But on such a big screen (I’m running a 120”) that extra resolution bump is very noticeable and was absolutely worth it. Again, just my two cents of coming from a 1080p to a 4K enhanced projector.
Hi there - I also have the 5040UB which I am using the HDFury Linker to get the best I can out of my PS4 Pro. The problems I have are that it acts as if I need to let everything "warm-up" for 10-20 minutes before the linker starts properly passing the image without dropping in what almost appears to be a handshake failure. After that warm-up period, most of the time it will work just fine. Occasionally, it will just keep acting like it is having trouble maintaining the connection and drop every few minutes or less. Of course, this only happens with the PS4 Pro.
I am wondering if the issue could be that I am not using the correct settings for the linker. I am hoping I could bug you with a few questions:
-Are you also using the HDFury Linker?
-If so, are you encountering similar behavior to what I have described?
-If you are not seeing the same issue, would you be able to share the settings you are using with your linker?
-If you are using something other than the HDFury Linker, and you are not encountering the issues I have described, could you share which one you are using?
Note: I did reach out to HDFury support and they blew off my issues saying that it was the HDMI cable. I wrote that off as BS as most of the time it will work just fine after that "warm-up" period. In addition, any device other than the PS4 Pro works flawlessly with no dropouts whatsoever.