It's not the motherboard that outputs, it's the GPU. All current GPU's have HDMI 2.1.Motherboard Gen.4 for AMD CPU have only HDMI 2.0 output.
But if we use a HDMI 2.1 cable to play on a 4K Tv 120hz with this motherboard... it allows it to play on 120 FPS?
Yeah, in real terms it’s 2k. I certainly wouldn’t recommend it, but then I wouldn’t recommend hooking a computer up to a TV for gaming unless it was one of the latest 120hz ones which do come with HDMI 2.1"HDMI 2.1 has 48Gbps carry capacity, compared to just 18Gbps for HDMI 2.0. Now, the 18Gbps of HDMI 2.0 assumes video delivery with HDR, 4:4:4 chroma, and 10-bit color coding. At a resolution of 3840 x 2160, that would fill up the entire bandwidth with a maximum framerate of 60Hz, and often 4:4:4 won’t be possible, only 4:2:2. However, if we can force 8-bit color coding (16.7 million colors), no HDR, and 4:2:0 chroma subsampling, then 4K 120Hz actually turns out to “cost” about 16Gbps, which is technically possible on HDMI 2.0."
OK, it was not full 4k resolution with HDMI 2.0
Hey @SpyderTracks. I have the Nova with the RTX 2070. I was planning on buying an LG CX with the 120hz display for when I'm at home.
The plan is to run it on 1440p up to 120hz though as the card wouldn't manage 4K for obvious reasons. Is it safe to assume because it's a 2070, it'd have HDMI 2.0 as opposed to 1.4? I can't find anything on my order with the actual spec of the HDMI or do you it best to go to PCS direct?