2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 21, 2016 11:59 AM by Kalhoun

    Intel HD4000 running UHD (3840x2160) over HDMI

    inmarket

      Yes, this actually is possible!

      Tested and running under Win8.1, latest drivers and a Hisense 55K680UAD UHD TV.

       

      The trick is to keep the pixel clock to less than the 225Mhz HDMI maximum for this hardware.

       

      Using CustomModeApp.exe (part of the Intel driver software) select the display and then go to advanced.

       

      Use the following settings:

       

      SettingHorizontalVertical
      Front Porch483
      Back Porch8023
      Sync Width325
      Active38402160
      Scan Rate25

       

      Save.

       

      This creates a dot clock of 221Mhz and relies on the display supporting 24Hz which is a scan rate used by blue-ray film.

       

      Then using the Intel Display Panel (it will need to be re-opened to get the new setting), Select the new mode.

      A reboot may be required for this resolution to be visible in the Windows Screen Resolution panel.