1. It is turned off in the bios
2. vlc does the same thing for me. Kodi play 4k files much better i have found.
3. Not sure about this one. Just make sure you're using a HDMI cable with enough bandwidth and switch it to 4k60p.
Thanks for your help
Can you please tell me exactly what do I have to turn off in Bios to make it ?
Sorry i cant remember exactly, i just kind of looked around in the bios for any relevant settings to do with leds. I turned the power button led to 50% and turned the ring led/hdd access led completely off. Sorry if that's not much help.
Thank you for contacting Intel Communities.
To turn off the power LED you can follow the next steps:
- Go to BIOS (press F2 during POST).
- Click on "Advanced".
- Go to "Power Settings" > "Secondary Power Settings".
- Button LED > HDD activity LED.
- Brightness > Off.
- Button LED (again) > SW Control.
- Brightness (again)> Off.
- Press F10 to save and exit.
Max Resolution (HDMI 1.4) 4096x2304 (4K) @24Hz
Max Resolution (DP) 4096x2304@60Hz
Hope this information helps.
Please let me know if you need further assistance.
Thanks Juan Carlos
I was able to turn off the blue light , now it's ok
Regarding the 4k info, I was pretty sure that HDMI on my nuc is a 2.0 so, in theory it should support 4096x2304@60Hz, isn't it ?
Your product does support 4096 x 2304 @60Hz resolution; however, it is only via the DisplayPort (DP) output which is the USB-C port.
The supported resolutions are limited by the graphics controller used by your device.
Please don't hesitate in replying back to this post if you need further assistance.
I was reviewing this case and I wanted to clarify some information provided in the previous post:
Since the device is HDMI 2.0 compliant (as you mentioned), it does support 4096 x 2160 @ 60 Hz through the HDMI output, you can confirm the information on this document > page 25 > item 18.104.22.168
The information provided was based on the processor graphics specifications.
I would like to apologize for the misunderstanding.
Please don't hesitate in replying to this post if you need further assistance.