Nvidia Digital color format - Need limited RGB or YCbCr444

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by X7007, Jun 28, 2012.

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    glad i brought samsung!

    there was a few sets of drivers that where causing the color bleeding/color range problems on my monitor... it pushed out PC resolutions no matter what settings on the monitor.. turns out that it had to do with how it was connected...eg.. i originally had it setup with a DVI to DVI cable..changed to HDMI to HDMI (no adapters) and the color range problems disapeared

    check your cables!...they aint all made equal!
     

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    Most cables are made equal, but the "exact" connection used can cause the hardware/software to assume certain right and wrong things.

    One thing i noticed though was that when i forced full range RGB on my HTPC, i had to change it to YCbCr444 or i would clip the whites/blacks.
    RGB looked ok, but when running a calibration disc i noticed it was a mess, and things looked so much better once i changed.
     
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