Netflix in 4K doesn't seem to work.

Nov 6, 2018
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I just bought myself a new 4K monitor and was very excited to watch some netflix in 4K. After trying some series, I noticed that it doesn't really seem to be 4K and when I click on a movie it just says HD and not UHD/4K. I've done some research on why it doesn't work and I should have everything needed for 4K netflix. List of specs below. I also have the UHD package for Netflix and internet speed of 100Mbps+. I've tried the Netflix app and Edge. In Nvidia Control panel, it says that my card and monitor are HDCP-Capable. I've also installed HEVC Video Extensions but that doesn't seem to work either. Really running out of options from my part.
CPU: Intel i5 -6600K with Hyper 212 Evo
Motherboard: ASUS Z170-A
Ram: DDR4 Vengeance-3000 16 GB
SSD/HDD: 960 Evo 250GB M.2 7200RPM
Samsung F1 DT 750GB 7200RPM
Seagate Barracude 1TB 72000RPM
GPU: Gigabyte GTX170
PSU: Cooler MAster 750W
Chassis: Sharkoon BW9000-W
OS: Windows 10 Home
Monitor: ASUS ROG SWIFT PG278QR 165Hz Displayport
AOC u2879vf Displayport
 
Nov 6, 2018
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Yes it's a 1070, my mistake. And I can't find an actual answer online for HDCP 2.2. They al say HDCP support or HDCP compatible, Nvidia control panel says the same thing. My guess is that it isn't but I'm not sure as I can't find a decent post that confirms it.

Update: On a german forum, someone said: HDCP 2.2 is supported.
 

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