Unfortunately No 40M is what I need.
Thank you very much for answer.
The guy who sells scpcat5e is convincing me that this cable (250$ 15m) will work for me 100%, all his clients have same requirements that I do and it works for them...
I have same bends around all 3 corners. Connector is tide.
Can you suggest which cables should I try (not going to blame you if it fails!)?
But I already have Ruipro right now (the sent me 2 cables) and they don't work.He's a salesman and will tell you anything to get a sale. It's probably an ok cable so, as I said, all you can do is try. I still say a new Ruipro4k cable would be your best bet because they mfr their own cables, use their own proprietary chipsets, have them tested by an ATC and have very good customer support.
45' (15m) is tough for any cable so if you go with the SCPCAT cable I'd strongly recommend that you get one that doesn't need or have the micro-HDMI adapter.
I connected to the source of cable my ps4pro (instead of gpu) and it worked.
Not sure if PS4Pro streams 4k hdr in 60hz.
As I mentioned, if you've had two new cables and they didn't work then it's probably not the cables and you need to go back and carefully look at your source and possibly sink settings to see if it's a configuration issue.
But once again, short cable works with the setup so it's not configuration.
Don't know what to do next.
I have voltage inserter and it doesn't help.Short cable lengths will usually work fine with most cables. Distance is the achilles heel of HDMI. So you will probably have to adjust your output to a setting that will display what will work. You can try an active, copper only cable, but the cable will probably be thick so you'll lose flexibility (bend radius) which can result in undo strain on the HDMI inputs. It could also be that your source (pc) doesn't have consistent current output to push the signal down the cable over that distance. You could try a voltage inserter at the source end and see if that works. I still say it's the device setups and not the cables.
I have voltage inserter and it doesn't help.
Regarding the device the only configuration I have is the Nvidia control panel and I already tried all options.
You could try the Monoprice cable/s that I mentioned above... One of the reviews states that "it was the only one that worked for them." Or wait for me to try it first, but you might be waiting a while.But I already have Ruipro right now (the sent me 2 cables) and they don't work.
That should not work regardless of cable. AFAIK, 4K, 4:2:2, 60, 10 bit is not a valid HDMI signal, you can do 4K, 4:2:0, 60, @ 8, 10 or 12 bit ● 4K, 4:2:2, 60, @ 12 bit ● 4K, 4:4:4, 60, @ 8 bit4K HDR 4:2:2 (not even 4:4:4) 10BIT 60HZ from my PC (with gpu NVIDIA 1080TI) to TV (Samsung qled9).