mitchcanHello, I have a PS5 and want to game at and record on my xr1 at . If I use an HDMI splitter that takes my PS5 in and outputs to my 120hz capable monitor (as the primary) and to my XR1, will the XR1 downscale a 120hz input to 60hz or will it not pick up the signal? If the input device to the XR1 is pushing 120hz will the XR1 downscale or not pick up the video?
mitchcan Im trying this: It arrives tomorrow. I will update the thread if it works correct.
EVGATech_ChristianJWhat HDMI splitter are you using? In general splitting is not a easy thing to do.
mitchcanI wish the above information was true. When forcing 120hz into the EVGA XR1 it DOES NOT downscale to 60hz. It gives a large amount of display issues or doesn't display anything. Are there any fixes for this? My setup. PS5 to EDID splitter (copies monitor EDID ) HDMI out 1 goes to monitor, HDMI out 2 goes to EVGA XR1. I believe this to be a software issue as other products allow this setup (an Elgato product and AVerMedia). Would it be possible for a driver update to force the input to downscale to You allow 4k at 60hz (14.93 Gbps) to downscale to 1080p at 60hz (3.73 Gbps), why not allow 1080p at 120hz (7.46 Gbps) to downscale to 1080p at 60hz (3.73 Gbps)