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I have been having tons of issues with the Auria 27" IPS, not working in the BIOS or displaying any image after waking from a sleep mode. It only works once Win 7 login screen is up. Sometimes that gets really painful if you need to go the bios. I did some digging around, and looks like the only way to make the micro center monitor work from boot to shutdown is by using the display port. I have ordered a mini display port to display port cable to test that out. If that does not work, I will be returning this monitor back to micro center as I refuse to deal with the pain of not seeing the bios, or even not getting any image once you get out of sleep mode. I installed my old 1080 for the while and no issues coming back from sleep or displaying bios.
So if the display port does not work I might be leaving this club.
On a side note, is anyone else having the same issues, I know iARDAS mentioned the dealy, but from what I understood he can get into the bios, I on the other hand cannot.

i have no issues with mine at all, i can access my UEFI just fine on my Mini-ITX Asrock.

perfect scaling by the way. Although... this is done on dual-link DVI, so maybe that's why i have no issue with it.

Btw, i just leave my PC on, no sleep mode or anything.
     
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I'm curious as to whether there exists any 22 or 24 inch 2560x1440 monitors... I would prefer those over 27, but i don't see anything on this. Do they exist?
     
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I'm curious as to whether there exists any 22 or 24 inch 2560x1440 monitors... I would prefer those over 27, but i don't see anything on this. Do they exist?
None that i know of i dont think you can do 2560x1440 on smaller then 27 but i could be wrong
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None that i know of i dont think you can do 2560x1440 on smaller then 27 but i could be wrong

yea right... there's freaking NEXUS 10 with 2560x1600 on 10 inch.... come on, why don't monitors get some small pixel treatment?
     
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I have been having tons of issues with the Auria 27" IPS, not working in the BIOS or displaying any image after waking from a sleep mode. It only works once Win 7 login screen is up. Sometimes that gets really painful if you need to go the bios. I did some digging around, and looks like the only way to make the micro center monitor work from boot to shutdown is by using the display port. I have ordered a mini display port to display port cable to test that out. If that does not work, I will be returning this monitor back to micro center as I refuse to deal with the pain of not seeing the bios, or even not getting any image once you get out of sleep mode. I installed my old 1080 for the while and no issues coming back from sleep or displaying bios.
So if the display port does not work I might be leaving this club.
On a side note, is anyone else having the same issues, I know iARDAS mentioned the dealy, but from what I understood he can get into the bios, I on the other hand cannot.

Sorry to hear about the problems bro. I am sure your problems will be solved with the Display Port but keep us updated.

 

And yes I also sometimes can not see the BOOT screen and I just hit DELETE repeateadly to enter into the Bios/UEFI... Other than that I have no trouble viewing the UEFI.

 

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Originally Posted by ChronoBodi View Post

I'm curious as to whether there exists any 22 or 24 inch 2560x1440 monitors... I would prefer those over 27, but i don't see anything on this. Do they exist?

 

None as of yet. Tablets are pushing those resolutions and it sucks that our monitors are a bit behind. Well maybe since single GPU s can not really work well in extreme resolutions, perhaps the companies are waiting for the GPUs to grow? Who knows.

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Sorry to hear about the problems bro. I am sure your problems will be solved with the Display Port but keep us updated.

And yes I also sometimes can not see the BOOT screen and I just hit DELETE repeateadly to enter into the Bios/UEFI... Other than that I have no trouble viewing the UEFI.

I emailed EVGA too just now, to see if they have any input on this issue. I started using my 1080p monitor last night and that thing just looked hideous and gave me a headache. (Talking about gaming).

The monitor does display the BIOS when hooked up to the motherboard using HDMI, time to be a good boy and wait and see if things work out. If not time to shop for a different monitor.
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Just ordered a Qnix QX2700 and plan to run it off a single super OC'd 580GTX (1.5mb). I play World of Tanks, Mass Effect, XCOM and Fallout NV. Do you guys think I'll be able to maintain FPS I get on my 1900x1200 24" Samsung with settings maxed or will I drop badly and have to reduce settings? My proc is a 2600K (not OCd) and 12GB ram. Any GPU upgrade recommendations? I prefer NVIDIA over AMD. Thanks in advance.
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Just ordered a Qnix QX2700 and plan to run it off a single super OC'd 580GTX (1.5mb). I play World of Tanks, Mass Effect, XCOM and Fallout NV. Do you guys think I'll be able to maintain FPS I get on my 1900x1200 24" Samsung with settings maxed or will I drop badly and have to reduce settings? My proc is a 2600K (not OCd) and 12GB ram. Any GPU upgrade recommendations? I prefer NVIDIA over AMD. Thanks in advance.
Expect around 30 - 40% fps drops
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Just ordered a Qnix QX2700 and plan to run it off a single super OC'd 580GTX (1.5mb). I play World of Tanks, Mass Effect, XCOM and Fallout NV. Do you guys think I'll be able to maintain FPS I get on my 1900x1200 24" Samsung with settings maxed or will I drop badly and have to reduce settings? My proc is a 2600K (not OCd) and 12GB ram. Any GPU upgrade recommendations? I prefer NVIDIA over AMD. Thanks in advance.

GTX 680 with 4GB of ram. You need a card with good VRAM above 2GB, I have a GTX 690 with 2GB of Vram/GPU, and on metro 2033, it cannot keep a steady 60 FPS. Talking about Fallout NV, I should test that out once my mini display port cable comes in.
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GTX 680 with 4GB of ram. You need a card with good VRAM above 2GB, I have a GTX 690 with 2GB of Vram/GPU, and on metro 2033, it cannot keep a steady 60 FPS. Talking about Fallout NV, I should test that out once my mini display port cable comes in.
I have a Asus PB287Q lcd monitor and a single Asus GTX 680 CU II OC card with 2 GB of VRAM and some of the games just lags so much in 1440P
Would you say it would get better with a 4 GB card?
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