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    4k via Displayport to HDMI 2.0 adapter

    I can confirm the DVI-D to HDMI adapter is producing a 4K@60Hz 4:4:4 on my Samsung UN65JU7100 and a Samsung UN40JU6700 from a single Titan X card. I've used multiple tests to verify it is indeed 4:4:4 at 60hz. I'm trying to understand how though, since I thought DVI-D maxed out at 2560x1600...
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    New Samsung 4k for everyone.

    I ran multiple chroma tests and both the tvs are running 4:4:4.
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    New Samsung 4k for everyone.

    Sorry Cyph, I haven't read through this entire thread. What is the 4:4:4 test if you don't mind me asking? Nevermind, I found the test pattern.
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    New Samsung 4k for everyone.

    Wouldn't windows have the 60hz option greyed out if it was only running at 30hz? Also with the 4:4:4 color option? I am able to select 60hz and 4:4:4 color in the nvidia control panel. The TVs also both display 3840x2160 60P UHD on the top menu when turned on. Also, I plan to play Witcher3...
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    New Samsung 4k for everyone.

    I have a question for you guys. I currently have my system setup with two Samsung tvs in the same room. I have one connected directly via the HDMI 2.0 port on a Titan X, the other via a DVI-to-HDMI adapter from the DVI port on the same Titan X. Currently, I am able to produce a 3840x2160@60hz...
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    New Samsung 4k for everyone.

    Cyph, thank you for the response. You mentioned I could possibly use an HDMI switch. Do you know if I could use any HDMI switch or would I need a particular HDMI 2.0 switch? I really just want to clone exactly what's on both Samsung TVs via one Titan X.
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    New Samsung 4k for everyone.

    I'm looking at buying a Samsung UN40JU6700 for a computer monitor. In the same room, I plan to get a UN65JU7100 for my main tv/couch gaming. I'm purchasing a single Titan X and I'm trying to figure out how I'll connect both tvs like I have with my current 1080p setup. Apparently the Titan only...
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