Everything posted by Keyser
@HackPerception Thank you. I spoke with the Manufacturer and they state that the NVidia is connected to the USB-C port and the Display Port signal is from it. But yet, when I connected my Cosmos to the laptop the VIVE Console give a 201 Error: "The headset display cannot be detected...". My USB-C to DP Convertor support 4K/60hz. - Is it possible that this is not enough and I should get 8K version instead ???
@HackPerception Thank you for your reply. I actually bought that laptop exactly to edit and compose VR Video on it and still can't believe I will be unable to output signal to my Cosmos. I see that unfortunately my NVidia is not connected to my USB-C in my PhysiX control panel. Yet I see that my INTEL UHD is capable to output 4096 x 2304@60Hz (DP-1.2) and currently is delivering 2880x1700 / 90hz to my Cosmos and I can hear the audio from the headset. So my question is - as I only need to play just video content and not to process any games, is there any chances yet to use the Intel Graphic just for that ??? Should I try with a better USB to DP converter (mine is Hama with 4K@60hz support) ?? My INTEL UHD Graphics is by 10th Generation Intel® Core™ i9 Processors (Intel® Core™ i9-10980HK Processor (16M Cache, up to 5.30 GHz)
@HackPerception Hey, I have the same problem and I'm really frustrated that I can't use my Cosmos with my Asus Zenbook Pro Duo. The machine is quite capable ( Intel i9, Nvidia RTX 3070,...) and can't believe it is not possible to drive my glasses with it. Yes, the NVidia is wired to the HDMI output only (according to the PhysX panel), but isn't it possible to use my Intel Graphics to power my Cosmos ?? When plugged in through USB-C to PD converter the output signal from Intel Graphic is 2880x1700 / 90hz. which should be sufficient. So I don't understand why is so necessary to use the NVidia card. Does some workaround still exist, I really need it ???