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Why does HDR have problems?

Hi,

When I use the picture goes black and comes back on. I do have a high speed HDMI cable that is HDR certified. Wondering if the old I7-3770 has something to do with it.

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A little more information would be helpful:

 

- Where do you enable HDR? Within Windows 10 or in a game?
- Is your monitor HDR capeable? Which monitor is it?
- Did you enable HDR on your monitor?
- Which graphics card are you using?

- Are the drivers up to date?
 

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10Gb/s - USB 3.2 Gen 2 (USB 3.1 Gen2)

20Gb/s - USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 

40Gb/s - USB 4.0, Thunderbolt 3, Thunderbolt 4

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5 minutes ago, Eric Kazer said:

Wondering if the old I7-3770 has something to do with it.

Unless you're using its iGPU, no. That issue is somewhere between your GPU, cable and monitor.

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Windows does have HDR problems in general, the only OS with relatively flawless HDR implementation is macos

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To sum this up,

Nvidia Driver 445.87

50" LG TV 4k and HDR Compatible

HDR enabled in Windows, could be problem

HDR auto enables on monitor because HDR logo chimes on screen

Using GTX 1660 with 445.87 Nvidia driver

 

I doubt that the cable is an issue, it's probably a Windows thing.

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