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post #11 of 17
Well it's both really. The monitor is at fault for having its DP port set up in such a way that Nvidia GPUs give a Limited RGB signal. But the GPU is at fault because ideally it shouldn't ever provide the Limited RGB colour signal when using DP - AMD GPUs don't, Nvidia could sort their drivers out so that they handle things in the same way.
post #12 of 17
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Originally posted by PC Monitors

We only had one U2414H with us for testing, but suspect that running them in ‘Surround’ using the MST/Daisy Chain capability of the monitor will use the correct signal as well because the resolution used (5760 x 1080) is PC only.

Can anyone confirm this?

-vaap
post #13 of 17
I'm fairly confident that is the case, because it's only when the GPU uses an 'Ultra HD, HD, SD’ resolution as used by single TVs that there is an issue. It would be nice to have this confirmed fully though.
post #14 of 17
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Originally Posted by vaapukkamehu View Post

Can anyone confirm this?

-vaap

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Originally Posted by PCM2 View Post

I'm fairly confident that is the case, because it's only when the GPU uses an 'Ultra HD, HD, SD’ resolution as used by single TVs that there is an issue. It would be nice to have this confirmed fully though.

I've just got two U2414H and plan on trying them daisychained with DP.
I'll let you know the outcome. Got to wait on a new GPU coming tomorrow.
post #15 of 17
I have a dell u2414h and nvidia control panel still showing "ultra HD, HD, SD" even after i run the nvidia RGB toggle that changed the registry and boot my computer, is that how it suppose to be? I am using driver 335.23 with HDMI connection.
post #16 of 17
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Originally Posted by noname123 View Post

I have a dell u2414h and nvidia control panel still showing "ultra HD, HD, SD" even after i run the nvidia RGB toggle that changed the registry and boot my computer, is that how it suppose to be? I am using driver 335.23 with HDMI connection.

Yes, the resolution stays as 'Ultra HD, HD, SD' even if the colour signal has been corrected to Full Range RGB by the tool.
post #17 of 17
i see. thanks for your prompt reply
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