Hi all, sorry for the delay.
As promised, here's the HDR ready NUC7ixBN driver: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26947/Intel-HD-Graphics-Driver-for-Windows-10-for-Intel-NU... Download Intel® HD Graphics Driver for Windows® 10 for Intel® NUC Kit NUC7i3BN, NUC7i5BN, and NUC7i7BN
Hi, Jake_Berg, Thank you very much for joining the Intel® NUC communities.
In order to answer your question, I will do further research o this matter, as soon as I get any information I will post all the details on this thread.
Any further questions, please let me know.
I work for Intel Customer Support and my understanding is that there is no enable button. The content, let's say a game or UHD 4k (probably a Blue-ray) has to send the HDR metadata and the tv will switch to HDR.
2017 is when HDR is coming to Windows 10* but I don't know when and subsequently when PC monitors that support HDR are released, again, this is my understanding but Microsoft is very quiet about it, perhaps if you are part of the Microsoft insider program you could get more information about it.
Thanks for answer!
For example Nvidia has color depth options for 8,10 and 12 bits.
When I turn on deep color on my tv (LG B6 OLED), the screen sometimes flickering. I have not been able to get HDR once when play a HDR movie from my computer.
It feels like something is not activated thru Intel HD settings.
Since the windows 10 creators update, it is HDR supported. But we must somehow gonna activate it.
In the windows 10 display menu it must be enabled ---> http://imgur.com/gAtXcJt Windows 10 HDR Option - Imgur
But I have not this option. Using graphic driver 4627 (latest) also latest HDMI driver 1.66..
done some research seems like intel driver dosent support wddm 2.2 (nvidia and amd released their after creators update launched)
watch this video ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkVeaScReJE&t=13s MUST SEE when using Windows Creators update with 4K/HDR displays DC April 14 2017 - YouTube ) (1:40) and see the missing "function" (HDR and advanced color)
we must find a solution! this issue affects many users.
With current gfx Driver Version: 22.214.171.12427 dxdiag shows wddm 2.1 are installed
Found another gfx Intel HD & Iris Graphics Drivers Version 126.96.36.19929 WHQL this page: http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php%3Ft%3D413309%26page%3D5 WDDM 2.2 in Creators update and drivers - Page 5 - Guru3D.com Forums
Installed this driver and now dxdiag shows wddm 2.2
Still none HDR option on windows yet, will do a fresh new install to test this 'new' driver out -> Tried windows 10 creators update pro and enterprise still no luck on get HDR option on windows
Jake_Berg, stenvik, In regard to the HDR button, I just wanted to let you know that this feature belongs directly to Microsoft, so if you have any kind of problems with the button disappearing, the best thing to do will be to get in contact directly with them:
From our side we can confirm our driver supports HDR, and as long as the content and the TV supports it, then it should work with no problems.
Any questions, please let me know.
Alberto: Are there any tool we can use to check hdmi chain gpu <-> hdmi cable <-> tv/monitor if one can check if chain are proper configured ie. hdmi 2.0 on both ends ? If computer/gpu can see what interface are beeing used on both ends ?
stenvik, To answer your question, no, unfortunately there is no tool to test that configuration, let me apologize for that. However, the following thread contains different suggestions provided by different peers in order to improve the Intel® graphics control panel with new tools an options, so, you can always post your comments about the tool in there:
/message/460962# 460962 https://communities.intel.com/message/460962
Its weird because when I turn my LG B6 (use that as a PC monitor) in to deep color, wich is required for HDR signal, the screen sometimes goes black, and then back again.
Something isnt right. I have not been able to activate hdr one single time on the computer. Are we missing settings in the HD control panel?
If Windows doesnt show the HDR button in displaysettings, then Intel should care about this? Because it seems other manufactures has an option in their control panel that forces an hdr signal..
If the graphic driver for HD graphics 620 is hdr compatible, how do I activate it?
Since there is not enough bandwith for 10/12bit 4K@60hz RGB you have to either output "10/12bit HDR 4k@60hz YUV420/YUV422" (What Nvidia Graphic Cards are doing) OR "8bit HDR 4k@60hz RGB" (What AMD Graphic Cards are doing)
I just checked if there are any option on intel graphic to define RGB/YUV420/YUV422 might be intel have RGB on by default but hdmi 2.0 doesn't support 3840x2160P 59/60Hz 444 10/12 bit ?
I wasn't able to find these settings
In bios one can define devices-> tv hdmi out hdmi1/hdmi2/hdmi3/hdmi4 are there any difference on these ?
Jake_Berg, stenvik, We will do further research in order to try to gather more details about the activation of the HDR feature on the Intel® graphics control panel. According to the information we verified before, the activation of the HDR feature is done through Windows.
Were you able to get in contact with Microsoft directly to verify that information?
Any questions, please let me know.
What about these drivers?
http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/GRAPHICS-BOARD/INTEL/Intel-HD-Graphics-P630-Driver-21-20-16-4627-Wi... Download Intel HD Graphics P630 Driver 188.8.131.5227 Windows 10 Anniversary Update 64-bit for Windows 10 64 bit
Intel HD & Iris Graphics Drivers Version 184.108.40.20629 WHQL are newer isn't it ? The one I posted a while back 4627 are with wddm 2.1 4629 -> wddm 2.2