I’m running windows 10 with an Nvidia RTX 3090 connected through a display port cable 1.4. When I go into the Nvidia control panel to check the HDCP status it says it’s not compatible with this screen, but I know in the specs it does say this screen is HDCP 2.2. I running firmware 105 and using an HDCP compatible Display Port Cable.
Link for the cable.
Any advice to get this to work would be appreciated.
That’s odd, since it should not be a problem if all components tick the boxes. And yes, Spectrum supports HDCP 2.2.
The only possible issue might be the cable. Have you tried using a different cable?
What happens if you turn the screen off, wait 5 seconds, then turn it back on again?
I sometimes find that my Spectrum doesn’t get picked up as G-Sync compatible after Windows boots. Turning the monitor off and on again causes the GPU to re-detect the Spectrum and this seems to make everything work correctly again.
This did work Nvidia now sees the HDCP connection. Unfortunately, Netflix still won’t give me 4k.