Can you hook it up straight to a display?
I can, but I can't use that long term. I'm running it through my receiver so I can playback movies with DTS-MA/Dolby TrueHD/etc, and they only work when the NUC is set to 23/24Hz refresh rate.
One thing that seems to help is setting the YCBCR to enable and the quantinization range to limited.
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Please provide me with more details of your system. Let me know if you are using the latest BIOS version 0051 and the latest Chipset and Management Engine drivers. How many memory sticks and speed are you using?
The NUC supports the following maximum resolutions:
HDMI 1.4b: 4096x2304@24Hz
More graphics details at 6th gen U mobile: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/processors/core/6th-gen-core-family-mobile-u-y-processor-lines-datasheet-vol-1.html
Thank you, but my last post solved my issue.
Demetri90, couple questions. First can you show others where that is in case they have this issue as well?
Second, why would the movies require a 23/24 hz refresh rate?
Everything is under the Intel graphics control panel, under display and color options. 23.976 is the frame rate used in Blu-ray movies. You want your display synced to the same refresh rate as the content you are playing for best viewing.
However, though film is shot at 24 fps, TV is 29.97. Regardless of that, most Blu Ray DVDs these days are 60 fps, as the higher the frame rate, the better the quality. I suggest that you try playing the movies at a higher frame rate (the highest your TV will support) and see if you notice any difference.
"Currently with UHD BD-ROM videos can be stored at a maximum of 3840×2160 pixel resolution at up to 60 (59.94) frames per second, progressively scanned." - Blu-ray - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Please write back and let us know.