I can’t get 4K resolution with this cable (CAC1087).
My PC: Intel i5 13600K Intel Graphics UHD 770 Displayport 1.4 to LG C1 HDMI 2.1
The maximum resolution is adjustable only FHD 1920X1080! What can I do?
Are the drivers up to date?
Assuming you are using the onboard DisplayPort of your motherboard. Which motherboard do you use? Make sure it supports DSC.
Of course, the mainboard DSC supports. ASRock Z790 Pro RS DDR5… .intel Gen13 i5 13600K Intel UHD 770… on board graphic!
I also tried the CAC 1085 and it works, but this cable also has a USB connection for the power supply.
So I bought the CAC 1087 to save the USB connection.
I also tried the CAC 1070 and it also works, but not HDR.
I have a display port and HDMI on the onboard graphics. 1.4 / 2.1 A DENON AVC X4700H is connected to the HDMI and the LG C1 to the display port.
The DENON is only put into operation if it is to receive DTS or Dolby. Otherwise it is not in operation.
Even if I connect the CAC 1087 to the DENON with the display port, I only get a maximum resolution of 1920X1080.
CAC 1070 without HDR and the CAC 1085 with HDR work on both LG/DENON devices.
I can’t provide a screenshot until I’m home.
I knew that after I posted it so Ignore that one :).
What happens when you only use the CAC-1087 and disconnect the Denon? Even though Intel says HDMI 2.1 on their own site they say Max Resolution (HDMI) 4096 x 2160 @ 60Hz. Which is clearly not the HDMI2.1 spec.
Have you also tried DDU all the drivers and done a fresh install?