When are we gonna be allowed to choose colorspace?
Currently image is washed out on TV..........come on its 2012 this should of been in there years ago.
Currently image is washed out on TV..........come on its 2012 this should of been in there years ago.

Specs

i5 2500k STOCK SPEED

EVGA GTX 570'S SLI STOCK SPEED

Asus P8Z68 V-Pro Motherboard

8GB Corsair 1600mhz Ram

Asus VG236H Monitor/PANASONIC ST30 Television

#1
Posted 04/26/2012 11:36 PM   
[quote name='MASKOAA' date='26 April 2012 - 03:36 PM' timestamp='1335483389' post='1401373']
Currently image is washed out on TV..........come on its 2012 this should of been in there years ago.
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[color="#4169E1"]Colorspace can be set in Video/Adjust Video Color Settings/With the NVidia Settings/Advanced/Dynamic Range.
For desktop color settings set Use NVidia Settings, set Digital Vibrance to 75%, then below that set Digital Color Format to YCbCr444 and apply. It might need to be set more than once and then maybe reboot after that.[/color]
[quote name='MASKOAA' date='26 April 2012 - 03:36 PM' timestamp='1335483389' post='1401373']

Currently image is washed out on TV..........come on its 2012 this should of been in there years ago.





Colorspace can be set in Video/Adjust Video Color Settings/With the NVidia Settings/Advanced/Dynamic Range.

For desktop color settings set Use NVidia Settings, set Digital Vibrance to 75%, then below that set Digital Color Format to YCbCr444 and apply. It might need to be set more than once and then maybe reboot after that.

EVGA GTX 780, Haswell 4770K cpu@3.9 GHz, 16GB RAM, Win 8.1 Pro 64-bit, ASUS Maximus VI Hero motherboard, 250 GB SSD drive, 750W PC Power & Cooling power supply, Samsung 46" LED 1080p TV @60Hz, Soundblaster Z PCI-e.

#2
Posted 04/26/2012 11:52 PM   
Will that effect everything like Games as well b/c they to seem to have the wrong color space.
Will that effect everything like Games as well b/c they to seem to have the wrong color space.

Specs

i5 2500k STOCK SPEED

EVGA GTX 570'S SLI STOCK SPEED

Asus P8Z68 V-Pro Motherboard

8GB Corsair 1600mhz Ram

Asus VG236H Monitor/PANASONIC ST30 Television

#3
Posted 04/27/2012 12:00 AM   
NvM adjusted some things on my TV we are now ACE.......question though...how come 60fps looks choppy on my 120hz monitor but on my Plasma TV its super smooth....I even tried setting my monitor to 60hz no help still not as smooth as my TV.
NvM adjusted some things on my TV we are now ACE.......question though...how come 60fps looks choppy on my 120hz monitor but on my Plasma TV its super smooth....I even tried setting my monitor to 60hz no help still not as smooth as my TV.

Specs

i5 2500k STOCK SPEED

EVGA GTX 570'S SLI STOCK SPEED

Asus P8Z68 V-Pro Motherboard

8GB Corsair 1600mhz Ram

Asus VG236H Monitor/PANASONIC ST30 Television

#4
Posted 04/27/2012 12:20 AM   
[quote name='MASKOAA' date='26 April 2012 - 04:20 PM' timestamp='1335486010' post='1401387']
NvM adjusted some things on my TV we are now ACE.......question though...how come 60fps looks choppy on my 120hz monitor but on my Plasma TV its super smooth....I even tried setting my monitor to 60hz no help still not as smooth as my TV.
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[color="#4169E1"]Well, the settings I mentioned stay good for my games too. The displays send certain ID information to the video card software to tell it what it can and can't do. Sometimes the displays are sending wrong information. Also game developers program the games to work certain ways with displays too. I'm not sure they program the games totally properly for a 120 Hz vsync. You're not the first to mention that.

Also read this Microsoft article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2006076 [/color]
[quote name='MASKOAA' date='26 April 2012 - 04:20 PM' timestamp='1335486010' post='1401387']

NvM adjusted some things on my TV we are now ACE.......question though...how come 60fps looks choppy on my 120hz monitor but on my Plasma TV its super smooth....I even tried setting my monitor to 60hz no help still not as smooth as my TV.





Well, the settings I mentioned stay good for my games too. The displays send certain ID information to the video card software to tell it what it can and can't do. Sometimes the displays are sending wrong information. Also game developers program the games to work certain ways with displays too. I'm not sure they program the games totally properly for a 120 Hz vsync. You're not the first to mention that.



Also read this Microsoft article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2006076

EVGA GTX 780, Haswell 4770K cpu@3.9 GHz, 16GB RAM, Win 8.1 Pro 64-bit, ASUS Maximus VI Hero motherboard, 250 GB SSD drive, 750W PC Power & Cooling power supply, Samsung 46" LED 1080p TV @60Hz, Soundblaster Z PCI-e.

#5
Posted 04/27/2012 02:51 AM   
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