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About circeseye

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  • Birthday Oct 02, 1968

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  • CPU
    amd 5800xt
  • Motherboard
    asus tuf x570 gaming
  • RAM
    gskill ripjaws 3600
  • GPU
    Sapphire NITRO+ RX 590
  • Case
    coolermaster hab x
  • Storage
    1 Corsair Force Series Gen.4 PCIe MP600 500GB m.2, 256gig samsung evo ssd, 1tb hd, 4tb hd, 2x 2tb hd
  • PSU
    EVGA 750 GQ, 80+ Gold 750W
  • Display(s)
    75" LG NANO90
  • Cooling
    Corsair iCUE H100i RGB Pro XT, 240mm
  • Keyboard
    logitech g910
  • Mouse
    logitech g602
  • Sound
    denon AVR-X3700H and pioneer vsx-532 7.1.4
  • Operating System
    win 10 pro

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  1. avr is your receiver (Audio Video Receiver) ok reading your other responce gpu to avr (receiver) to monitor....ok is it a 5.1 avr? if it is a 5.1 and windows has 5.1 greyed out you dont have your avr set up right. it sounds like you have it set as stereo and its set to mirror to rears. not sure what brand or model you have but its usually just a push of a button on the remote to set it to a 5.1 setting
  2. for 5.1 you need to use hdmi to avr optical will work also but only basic dolby digital and dts the hdmi needs to go into one of the avrs inputs.
  3. your dealing with signal degradation. 10ft is pretty much max for 4k, longer then 10ft you need a booster or need to use optical hdmi cables 2k and 1080p can handle longer then 10ft but still the longer you go the weaker the signal
  4. thats.............a new one we have 2 different lg's sons is more like yours and has never experienced that. go into tv settings and check for an update for it. i have seen app errors caused by it because i turned off the tvs auto update.
  5. 5800x, 6800xt, 16gb 3600 c16. i dont see any stutters, its smooth. running 4k. i do have it vsynced. so it doesnt go above 120. i also have it installed on a m.2. as for vram yes mine does show some shared vram. but not very much 0.1 of 8 gig but my game is using pretty much all 16gig. its depending on res and graphic setting will determine how much vram is used. im 4k max settings...lower res and or settings will use less vram (and also increase fps also) games do load some stuff onto system memory thou also
  6. hmmm gov...we cant unlock iphones, we need a way to see their phones well why dont we put drivers licence on their phone. that way its unlocked when we ask to see it
  7. https://www.benq.com/en-us/knowledge-center/knowledge/can-projectors-really-do-hdr.html https://www.cnet.com/tech/home-entertainment/why-you-shouldnt-expect-great-hdr-from-a-projector/
  8. yea samsungs hasnt had the option to turn off global dimming since the first 8000 series. not sure why but it is what it is
  9. slim pickins but i found this https://www.newegg.com/p/1DG-00FC-002U9?Description=HDMI right angle cable&cm_re=HDMI_right angle cable-_-1DG-00FC-002U9-_-Product https://www.amazon.com/LINKUP-High-Speed-Connector-Digital-Compatible/dp/B087WG2V6K/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=HDMI+2.1+8K+Cable+360°+Swivel+Angle+Connector&qid=1630295624&sr=8-3
  10. you need to look in radeon settings. (settings and display) im betting theres a setting that shouldnt be on or its a setting in your monitor that isnt set right
  11. couple things. dont bother with 12bit....10 at most and 444. as for hz use windows to change that. we've had to do that with all our 500 series. doing it in radeon software never stuck 590, 580, 570, 560 all do 4k 60hz 444 8bit no problem btw..we had them all... 10 bit you have to go 422 on hdmi dp they do 4k 120 444 10bit BUT the cards are not strong enough to game that high of a res. video watching is fine thou
  12. ok...you do NOT have hdmi 2.1's. on a 580 you have hdmi 2.0's. only amd's 6000 series has hdmi 2.1 your best bet is to use dp to do 4k 120hz. hdmi 2.0 doesnt have the bandwidth to do 4k 120hz. if your not able to get 4k 120 or 144 on dp youve got to be missing a setting set wrong also i posted some more next post concerning getting hz to work with 500 series
  13. yea you dont need a avr with those speakers like said above your better off going 3.5mm jacks to rca"s from the mobo that avr needs passive speakers
  14. use toslink if its a basic bar (if bar does surround your covered) other wise if you use hdmi you will have to use dual monitor
  15. going from comp to tv to sound bar by earc will not do atmos. tv apps yes but from comp to tv to bar nope. im in the same boat. i barely get 5.1 dolby digital to work going that route except i use a avr. the only way ive gotten atmos to work is go to avr then to tv. windows for some reason will not detect that the tv can except atmos