Originally Posted by quovadis123
ANYONE can confirm it's a HDCP 2.2?
I bet if attached to a Roku 4 it will not play 4k because it aint HDCP 2.2
Found a person who overclocked the monitor on this forum
Just FYI, this monitor will overclock to 80hz in 2k. Reset, set to game mode, I used Nvidia custom resolution and it blinked a couple of times and said........... successful. Really can tell the difference in games. The monitor almost got scrapped so I said what the heck and started trial and error with careful notes of every setting. On just a reset at 2k the playback was soooo bad you could not even use it for 10 minutes without a headache. I guess from so many frames being dropped and severe juttery lag. When you reset and then just turn on game mode the colors on the desk top are horrible but they look awesome in game. Gonna try for even more tweaking. Try this and let me hear back from you. It makes a world of difference. At 4k it will not budge and playback is so bad you cant even imagine. SLI Gigabyte 908ti extremes. Before getting it to OC i'd also get a solid black line across the screen too. Ughhh, I thought I was out a few bucks, and it would have just made a good monitor cost that much more. But they will OC. I do have a very high quality cable though. Remember you have to have all three things, windows 10, nvidia and the game all set at 2k to get the OC to work with just this monitor enabled. I have a TV hooked up also but just had to set it to just this monitor. I'm just going to change all the default settings to 2k now and try to set up a profile to eliminate any windows "defaulting". I'll try 90hz tomorrow but I don't think I'll push it any more than 80, 80 looks great and eliminates all the "major" problems I had with the electrical zaps going across the screen. Good luck and I'll report if it dies on me.
Also, from Tek Syndicate, They state under the video review of the monitor:
I found out later this is the same panel in the $1300 (retail) Dell 4k 32" display. So there's also that.