I just received mine yesterday and if firmware V033 brings a much better ABL experience, the HDR is clearly broken. The colors are off (especially the yellow tones) and even if I play with the HDR windows console it doesn't help a lot. I want to be able to switch between SDR and HDR without the need to move sliders in the Nvidia control panel every time. I can't get why it seemed to work in V028 but we can't get good HDR with the latest corrections (higher peak brightness, better ABL, wake up issues...). It doesn't seem so complicated but it seems that Asus has moved on and droped this niche monitor as it is. I'm still wondering if I send it back or not because except HDR, I really like this screen and I'm not sure I would be happy with a TV instead (LG C2 and its glossy panel). Please Asus, do something!
I think they is a bugs in G-Sync when using HDMI, don't set Full screen and Windows but only Full screen will solved this issue.
Anyway I recommended using DP as HDMI give bad stuttering on gaming when VRR is on (It did not call G-Sync compatible in OSD like connected using DP). Without VRR set to on in HDMI will make the G-Sync not function.
and yes it show as 8-bit when using HDMI connection even you set the to 12-bit at Nvidia control panel. No such issue when connect via DP.
Hello gays Ii just like to ask because I was see on the Internet that some people get problems after the firmware update that the monitor go broken is there any chance to remove the firmware update back to standard like reset ? because I bay the 42 inch I like to update but I scanned that is go damaged because of the update
Have you tried updating to V037?
Different HDMI 2.1 certified cable?
Yes of course and it is not cable related. If you would take 5 minutes to search the topic you can find plenty of threats (e.g. on Reddit) that everyone is reporting these exact issues. It is 100% related to the firmware.
I just hope the waiting game for a properly working firmware that delivers on everything the monitor is advertised for is not too far in the future.