I Got my CAC-1170 adapter and got 4k @60Hz working on my Intel Graphics 4600, but I can’t select the option to change from limited RGB range to full.
When at 4k @30Hz, I’m at full RGB range but @60Hz it seems like it’s at limited RGB range. Or do it have to do with RGB 4:4:4?
If so, Intel have the color mode locked at 32bit TrueColor. (it might have something to do with later versions of Windows than Windows 7. Windows 10 is 32bit color, and you have to use compatibility on a shortcut to an app)
Also options in Intel’s control panel turns out blank when I use the CAC-1170.
While in the Color settings tab, I get the Hue & Saturation options instead of the YCbCr option.
It seems @30Hz the picture is more vivid, while @60Hz the picture is a bit washed out looking? Is there a way to fix this?
CAC-1170 came with firmware V7.26, is there a newer firmware? If so, may I have it please?
Can I also have the previous firmware before V7.26, too?
I’m using an Hisense 50H6C (50CU6000) TV, and HDMI 2.0 cable from AmazonBasic (connected to HDMI port 3 in back of Hisense TV).