Issue Occuring with Windows 10 when TV Monitor is in Enhanced HDMI

  1.    2 Days Ago #1

    Issue Occuring with Windows 10 when TV Monitor is in Enhanced HDMI


    I'm having an occasional issue that pops up specifically on Windows 10 when my TV Settings are set to Enhanced HDMI. (Apologies that the image is popping up sideways. It shows the right side up on my PC but it's getting reformatted when I upload it here.) The TV is a Sony XBR55850D, but I believe the issue to be on the Windows side, not the TV itself.

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    Basically, the screen will start to spazz out for about a minute before going back to the way it should be. It only does this in Windows, I've tested my PlayStation 4 Pro and Nintendo Switch and my Cable Box on the same Enhanced setting and there is never an issue. I've tried a different 4K-Certified Cable (Monster Brand to be 100%) and the issue persists. I've tried it on different HDMI Inputs and the issue persists (The cable is plugged in to HDMI 3 at the moment.) I also had the main board on my Television replaced and the issue still persists which leaves me thinking that it might be a problem with Windows. This issue doesn't just occur in Diablo 3, it will occur anywhere in Windows, even on the Desktop when nothing is open. The issue is resolved if I change the HDMI Setting out of Enhanced HDMI, but I'd prefer stay in that setting. Also, I recently upgraded from the 980 Ti to the 2080 Ti and I'm still getting the same issue.

    I managed to record the issue in action, so if anybody recognizes this, I'd be interested in hearing what the problem might be and how it can be fixed.

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    Last edited by Mesden; 2 Days Ago at 14:46.
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  2. jimbo45's Avatar
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    Windows / Linux : Centos, Ubuntu, OpenSuse
       1 Day Ago #2

    Hi there

    I'm confused

    What is "High quality HDMI" !!! I know cables come supporting HDMI 1.4 and 2.0 but that's basically just for DRM rubbish - and for most things even Amazon / NETFLIX 4K UHD streams HDMI 1.4 standard cables work perfectly. I think 2.0 will probably be needed for the 8K UHD stuff probably being transmitted later this year but until people's monitors and Internet quality and quotas are upgraded then any form of "Super dooper" HDMI cable is just blatant Upselling unless you are lucky enough to have a Monitor and graphics card capable of supporting 8K UHD. !!!

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