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Help with HDR picture settings on PG32UQXR

JeewDaddyV1
Level 7

Hey everyone! I just purchased the Asus PG32UQXR. I hooked up my ps5 via HDMI 2.1 and can confirm that 4k 120hz and HDR are working properly. However, I noticed that when HDR is enabled, most of the picture settings are not selectable. Is that normal? I can't imagine that there's only one HDR Mode and I can't change gamma, color or brightness. For this price I would be very disappointed if that is the case. Any help would be greatly appreciated. 

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XxDarkMario20xX
Level 7

Thinks same happens with my monitor think it because once you turn HDR on the computer that will control the settings and once you enable it then HDR settings will come on monitor and you can change it to custum!

Thank you for replying! So I guess my question is, can I change hdr settings on the monitor when I'm playing a console? Do I have to hook up my pc first and change the settings on the monitor for them to carry over when I play on console? 

XxDarkMario20xX
Level 7

I think PS5 that will control your HDR settings for the monitor, 

You could try PS5 settings

Selected Video Output  Adjust HDR by going in screen and video

Aureliannn_ROG
Customer Service Agent

Hi @JeewDaddyV1 @XxDarkMario20xX ,

based on your issue, could you please confirm the type of cable you are using to connect the monitor? 

Are you using the cable provided by the manufacturer? 

Additionally, please check if your graphics card drivers are up to date. 

If you restore the display settings to the factory defaults, enable HDR, does the gray screen issue still occur? 

Have you enabled the HDR option in Windows via the OSD menu? 

Please refer to the link below. 

[LCD Monitor] How to enable Windows HDR function | Official Support | ASUS Global

Could you also provide screenshots of turning HDR on and off for our reference? 

Thank you.

Providing detailed device specifications (MB/CPU/GPU/PSU, etc.) and the respective driver versions, OS version, and BIOS version will help us analyze the issue more effectively.