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  1. Of course, but what exactly can I do to test and verify its bandwidth?
  2. Ok, damn. Lame that there's not a single DP port on this TV.
  3. Below is the image he posted a second ago: 4:4:4, 10-bit, 1440p. Also, is 3840×2160 @ 60 Hz 8 bpc the maximum even for 2.0b?
  4. That's the max, even for 2.0b? Also, then how did buddy get 10 bit? Is it because he's running 1440p?
  5. The thing that bothers me is that it showed up with "High Speed" printed on the cable itself. I asked them about it and they said it was done to reduce manufacturing costs, which seems super fishy to me...
  6. Ok, nice. That's where it was. It's weird. My TV, an LG C9 has a 10 bit screen, but there's no 10 bit option ?? The only option is 8 bpc. I've tried changing other settings to see if it was contingent on some other setting, but no matter what I set everything to the only option is always 8 bpc Does that mean the cable doesn't have enough bandwidth? Also, is 4:4:4 preferred for PC/gaming stuff, whereas 4:2:0 is better for movies/tv?
  7. Weird. There shouldn't be dead pixels on a screen. Usually this is due to poor care of the product during shipping/transport. So maybe all of those monitors came off the same boat or truck lol
  8. It's acceptable, but I bet there's much better deals out there.
  9. Okay, so I've enabled the "Ultra Deep Color" setting on my TV, which is the chroma subsampling to my knowledge. But how can I test HDR? I've looked in my TV and Nvidia settings and can't find nothing.
  10. They didn't have a monitor to test it on ?? Did you buy all of these monitors from the same store?
  11. Nah, it wasn't that expensive. Well, it was kind of expensive. It cost me $23 CDN. I kind of wanted to get my hands on a cable that would work well with 2.1 since eventually PC components will support it and my TV is already 2.1.
  12. How can I test HDR and 4:4:4 Chroma sampling? Would those be settings on the TV itself? Also, is there a specific piece of content somewhere that I can use to test those things? Thanks