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Odyssey G7 + Xbox Series S = No HDR

(Topic created on: 12/11/20 07:10)
Members_O8pt5pj
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Hi everybody

 

I bought an Odyssey G7 and received my Xbox Series S.

Apparently there is no HDR compatibility, because in the Xbox settings the HDR calibration tells me my screen is not compatible with HDR...

 

I've updated my G7 with the latest firmware (1009.3) but it doesn't change anything.

 

Is there a specific setting on the monitor ?

 

Thanks :smiling-face:

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Meric1
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Hey there.

 

I have the same issue as you do with the Odysse G5.

 

Already found a solution?

 

Lemme know something please. :smiling-face:

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Haigh2020
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Hey guys, 

 

Unfortunately you can only get HDR on the Series S/X over a 4K signal. Im using the G7 with a Series X and can get HDR but only when i switch off freesync and have a 4k signal. So may not be possible on the Series S. This is not a monitor issue, its the xbox. Lets hope microsoft update this.

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danielebaggio
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No solution? Thank you

 

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blueberry_cheesecake
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Hi @Members_O8pt5pj 

 

would be more brilliant to verify first the minimum requirements from Xbox Team as the error message suggests "screen is not compatible with HDR"

 

G7 monitor 

  • HDR(High Dynamic Range) VESA DisplayHDR 600
  • Resolution 2,560 x 1,440
  • Refresh Rate Max 240Hz

https://support.xbox.com/en-GB/contact-us

 

thanks 😀


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danielebaggio
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And why is there an update for the g5 fixing the problem???

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Eaukail
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if you Disable Freesync the Hdr works at 120 Hz so it's pretty good

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danielebaggio
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Why is it not possible to use HDR & Freesync? Thank you

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