I have read a couple other reports of HD4600 not working, will there be a fix?
I’ve got the same problem too with HD4600 on two PC’s.
Theres apparantly a firmware update for the adapter but whether this fixes the issue with Intel GPU’s I am unsure. I’ve emailed Club-3D requesting the firmware update.
Hopefully a firmware update will get this up and running.
Infortunatly the firmware update does not seem to fix all problems in combination with Intel HD4600 Graphics.
Users have not seemed to be bale to set the color to lower than 16Bits or 32Bits int he driver or Groahics Control Center form Intel.
This is necessary if you want to run 3840×2160 at 60Hz in 4:4:4 you cannot run higher than 8Bits and in 4:2:2 not higher than 12Bits. Otherwise the signal takes more bandwidth than 18Gbps which is the max for HDMI2.0.
You are welocme to try the firmware update, please send an email to [email protected] for that.
Hi, unfortunately it is the Intel driver which is causing issues and isn’t supporting 4K60 over the CAC-1070. The firmware update for the 1070 solves some compatibility issues and updates the EDID handshake but is not resolving the Intel driver issue.
We are not sure if there will (ever) be an Intel driver update or workaround which should get devices with Intel HD 4400 or 4600 graphics to output 4K60 via our CAC-1070.
For the firmware update please send a mail to [email protected] with your name, email address and details of your setup, but please note that some users already reported issues updating the firmware (using Intel Graphics).
Why is the adapter sold (and still being sold) as compatible with Intel HD Graphics? Everyone who I have seen try it with any Intel Graphics (even the newer chipsets) does not appear to have had any success.
Surely this was tested pre release for you to have said it was compatible.
Ive spent £60 on two of these adapters.