12-06-2021 11:01 PM - last edited 12-06-2021 11:05 PM
Tested UE50QN90A + AMD 6900XT Aorus Master. (FW 1506.0 / Radeon 21.5.2) / Windows 10 21H1
Windows + Playing Games:
(Windows Settings + Ingame HDR Toggle)
120Hz HDR 10-bit NO game mode, TV reports 3840x2160 / 120p input signal plus (HDR + UHD) OK!
With Game Mode Enabled:
120Hz HDR 10-bit VRR on (Windows Settings), TV reports 3840x2160 / 120p input signal plus (UHD)
HDR is missing
120Hz HDR 10-bit VRR on (Windows Settings + Ingame HDR Toggle), TV reports 3840x2160 Freesync Preium Pro / 120p input signal plus (UHD)
HDR is missing
There seems to be a bug where the TV isn't recognizing HDR in Game Mode and the picture is overy dim/dark & washed out. Some games like Call of Duty look so bad the TV + HDR calibration ingame cannot correct for the terrible picture quality. Some games like Doom Eternal + AMD driver color profile allow me to correct the colors to usable levels, but color ranges seem compressed / crushed. RGB output fares worse than YCBR4:4:4, where on RGB even Doom Eternal cannot be corrected to look good.
07-08-2021 01:55 PM in
Sorry mate. It is SAmsung. They don not give a ***** on the serious issues and their FALSE advertisements. I am working on lawsuit (including eARC audio incompatibility and drops).
26-11-2021 06:50 PM - last edited 26-11-2021 06:52 PM
It is quite self-explaining but if You do not know what to do just watch this video:
How to enable Freesync on non freesync monitor or TV
Of course, You will do this on different equipment so the data for your set will be different.
Ps.: Do not forget to export the settings before you change anything.
26-11-2021 06:58 PM in
I guess it does not change anything. Its FreeSync might be not compatible but give it a try. CRU includes a reset-all.exe which resets all HDMI EDID so after you restart the PC the display will be detected again with its original EDID settings.