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mephino
Journeyman III

Windows 10 RGB444 4K 60hz 10bits mode issue

Graphic Card:RX580

Radeon Driver:18.10.2

Monitor : BenQ EW3270u

Connection cable : DP 1.4 cable

OS:Win 10

Problem:

               Radeon Driver 18.10.2

               In RGB444 / 4K / 60hz mode ,  I can't enable 10-bit color depth

               The AMD control panel can see the menu for 10 bit option , but select the 10 bit will get back to 8 bit after monitor blink out for a sec

               The windows 10 display information show the display mode still in 8 bits

               Radeon Driver 17.11.4

               In AMD control panel , select the 10 bit option also get back to 8 bit

               But , the windows 10 display information show the display mode in 10 bits

  

              Radeon Driver get some problem with 10 bit mode , this issue need to fix

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If you are talking about 4K@60Hz/10 bpc (HDR) then you have to wait for HDMI 2.1. The HDMI 2.0 is not capable of supporting this.

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Well, not if we are talking about 4:2:2 where 12bpc is supported in HDMI 2.0 and requires a bandwith of 17.82Gbps. So I am still puzzled why AMD Adrenalin keeps defaulting back to 8bpc when trying to set it to 4K@60hz HDR 4:2:2 12bpc over HDMI.

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My comment was related to RGB444 as indicated in the thread. Yes, for RGB422 HDMI 2.0 should be sufficient. Have you tried installing the latest driver?
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I'm using mini displayport 1.2 for monitor . Can't get 10bpc with RGB444 but can get 10bpc with YCbCr422. My monitor support 1 billions color but only RGB space so when using YCbCr422 color seem weird  The driver is 19.8.2 ... it have been months since i bought Radeon VII and did not get 10bit depth though Radeon VII can and my monitor can   Anybody help me with this .... Windows 10 1903, Samsung Space Monitor LS27R75 

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You might check out this thread: solved. There is a lot in the thread as it spans more than a year's time, but in May 2019 it appears that AMD resolved this issue for many. Maybe you'll find some help reading through it.

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I have read all. When i see your reply i read all again and I find out that 10bit 444 only support for 60Hz,100Hz and 120Hz not 144Hz. Thank youCapture.PNG

Kevinxo04
Journeyman III

Fast forward to Dec 2022, still can't get 4K 60hz 4:4:4 10/12 bit to work with RX 6900 XT using HDMI 2.1 connected to Vizio MQ6. Reverts back to 8bit. Meanwhile Xbox One X works flawless.

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