Run Raspberry Pi at 4K 60FPS

With the new Raspberry Pi 4, it is possible to to display output at 4K 60FPS. You also need to make sure you are using HDMI port near to type C power port.

The default output of Raspberry Pi is set to 4K 30FPS, we need to make change in /boot/config.txt file. There are two methods to change this setting.

Method 1: Using raspi-config

Open a terminal window on the Raspberry Pi and run the below command:

sudo raspi-config

Navigate to Display options -> Composite and select Enable 4Kp60, finish and reboot. You will get 4K 60FPS on your Raspberry Pi.

Method 2: Editing /boot/config.txt file

Open /boot/config.txt file with your favourite text editor and add this line at to end of the file:


Save the file, reboot the pi. After reboot, you will get 60FPS at 4K resolution.

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