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Topic # 227469 8-Jan-2018 15:06
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Hi all

 

I have the above desktop connected to a Yamaha RX3060 receiver, and finally to a Sony 4K TV, all connected via HDMI. The graphics card is a intel HD 530( latest version) My only choice at 4K resolution is 30Hz when using HDMI

 

Both the TV and receiver will output 4k@60Hz.

 

Do I need to buy a DisplayPort to HDMI adapter   to get buttery smooth 60Hz?

 

 

 

Cheers

 

 

 

Darren


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  Reply # 1932263 8-Jan-2018 15:12
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Looks like a DisplayPort will solve your problem - According to the specs, the HD530 will only do 4K at 24Hz over HDMI, but 60Hz over DP. 

 

I don't know if DP will carry the audio signal however?


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  Reply # 1932279 8-Jan-2018 15:56
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you doing this for 4k video playback? proper 4k hardware decoding didnt arrive until the kaby lake series GPU


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  Reply # 1932283 8-Jan-2018 16:20
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also likely your hdmi is 1.4 and not 2.0 and as someone said, may not decode (ie stutter +++++)




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  Reply # 1932299 8-Jan-2018 17:25
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yes, it also seems that I'm limited by the refresh rate of the AMD/Intel chipset as well........still, for most watching/listening it seems ok......would have been kinda good to have all the electronica doing 4k@60 Hz though ;)


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  Reply # 1932335 8-Jan-2018 18:30
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Sorry to say, but this will not play back HEVC / H.265 content at 4K nor will it support HDCP2.2 copy protection.  

 

You will be best leaving this device at 1080P, where it will work fantastically


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