Hi everyone , I was wondering if anyone got their 65 inch TV to work at 120Hz whilst connected to a PC .
The furthest I could go in resolution was 2560x1440 .
I have pushed it further in the PC options but the TV crashes at 4k 120 Hz .
Isn`t this supposed to work at 4k 120 Hz or is 1440p the max it can go?
I feel like this is simply a software issue with Samsung , an update could easily fix it , allowing it to go higher than 60 Hz at 4k .
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Good morning! DP is short for Display Port. Unfortunately, HDMI 2.1 cannot be obtained through a software upgrade, and requires the proper hardware. I apologize for any inconveniences!
Thank you for your reply.
Just to be 100% sure,, will there be a solution coming in the future or not?
Will we get like a box (to buy seperatly) which will allow us to use hdmi 2.1?? For me, as for a lot of other owners, is very important to know as we would simply love to pay you the extra money just so we'd enjoy a truly immersive experience.
Even now, 4k at 60 HZ is good as it has a really low input lag.
Love the TV , simply would love the potential upgrade to it
I have the NU800 and on my PC I am restricted in playing on 4096 x 2160 to have a access to my contrast, color sharpnes option in my TV menu.
If I go lower 3840 x 2160 I get washed out colors and my contrast, color sharpnes option in my TV menu become unacesible (grayed out (unavalible uption) same for 1440p and 1080p.
I don't understand why this happens my HDMI cable is certified and at cinematic 4K I get good image quality with HDR and all on my GTX 1080 TI.
Is my TV broken do I need to replace it?
Thank you for your kind help.
Hey! Try this link out, also have you tried using the setting in the Nvidia control panel or try altering the display settings by right-clicking the desktop and going to display settings then advanced display settings?