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What setting are you guys using for the matte version?
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What setting are you guys using for the matte version?

Check my comment above on this page. Its about as close to color accurate as I could get.
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I just got this one today but I am getting Displayport Link Failure. Using mini dp to dp cable from monoprice. I have to power cycle twice to get a display. Any ideas?
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I just got this one today but I am getting Displayport Link Failure. Using mini dp to dp cable from monoprice. I have to power cycle twice to get a display. Any ideas?

That sucks, I myself have never used a display port before so I can't help. For some reason Amazon delayed my displayport cable so I'm just using the DVI Dual Link it came with for now. mad.gif
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That sucks, I myself have never used a display port before so I can't help. For some reason Amazon delayed my displayport cable so I'm just using the DVI Dual Link it came with for now. mad.gif

For some reason, AMD CCC is still detecting my old monitor...
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For some reason, AMD CCC is still detecting my old monitor...

That's really odd. Does Windows detect it as your old monitor too? I'd try a clean install of CCC.
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That's really odd. Does Windows detect it as your old monitor too? I'd try a clean install of CCC.

Yeah I reinstalled drivers and reboot and now it's showing the right monitor. Although I am still getting Displayport Link Failure. I think every time I turn my monitor off then on, my pc is trying to push it to 75Hz which the monitor doesn't support. How do I force my pc to keep my monitor run at 60Hz all the time?
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Going to have to wait for one of the AMD guys to chime in. Strange that the driver is defaulting it to 75hz. You can see what refresh rate its running @ in the monitor's OSD under Misc (box with gears icon).
Edited by wholeeo - 4/5/13 at 5:15pm
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Monitor is running at 60Hz but my CCC is showing that Monitor Maximum Reported Refresh Rate is 75hz. So I think when I power cycle the monitor, the pc will run monitor at 75Hz resulting in No Signal. Then I power cycle again, I get the Displayport Link Failure message and asking me to reconfigured it.

EDIT: Here are the popups that I am talking about...



Edited by ukic - 4/4/13 at 5:31pm
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Wondering if someone could answer me a question. I'm running my Xbox on my Auria (works well), and I want to hook my speakers up to it instead of using the onboard speakers. When I plug the speakers into the audio jack, nothing happens. Checked connections, fiddled with the volume. Nothing. Is there something I need to do to make it work?
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