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Originally Posted by drathian View Post

Specs:

* i5-3570k (very mild overclock)
* GTX 1070 FE (very mild overclock)
* ASRock Z77 Extreme4
* Windows 10 Pro (Up to date)
* Single QNIX 2710 monitor via DVI (overclocked to 96hz)

The issue I'm having is weird, so I'll walk you through it step by step.

1. Turn on computer. Bios loads into my BitLocker screen where I type in my password to decrypt the system.
2. The monitor turns completely blank, but still shows the blue light which means it's receiving signal.
3. My computer is at the windows login screen and fully functional, but I can't actually see anything. The screen is completely black.
4. If I plug in an unplugged HDMI cable into the 1070, as soon as I unplug that cable I get video to my monitor and it will work perfectly fine until I restart the computer.

The issue repeats itself every single time and I don't understand it because the only monitor that's connected is via DVI. It's acting as if it's sending the signal through the HDMI port and only realizes it needs to send it via DVI unless I plug something into the HDMI port and then unplug it.

Does anyone have any suggestions on what I should try?

Thanks!

In your BIOS what is your setting here? If it is currently on Auto, try PCIE

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In your BIOS what is your setting here? If it is currently on Auto, try PCIE


It's already set to PCIE in the bios. Actually the HDMI port that it's trying to go through is the one on the graphics card, not the onboard one.
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Guys, I have an issue. Got the Gigabyte GTX 1080 card, works fine. So I overclocked the monitor to 96 Hz, no issues there either. However, once I restart the PC I'm greeted by the infamous White, Red, blue, green flashing color screen.

The only solution was to take my monitor back to 60 Hz before restarting, then it would boot fine. After which I could set 96 Hz again.

Is there any other solution that anyone has come across? Did not have any such issues with my previous GTX 780Ti

can you post your CRU settings...wait NV? so ....dam I use AMD so cant really help, but ask if, Did you Keep the 60Hz as the 2nd option in resolutions your monitor supports? So that if you go (W10?) right desktop > Display Settings > select monitor > at bottom > "Advanced Display Settings" > bottom > Display Adapter Settings > Monitor tab > does the drop down show 60Hz and 96Hz options? or only 96Hz.

Just wondering maybe your POST is limited to 60hz for BIOS and boot so could explain the colours, ....How are you able to get past this? does it revert back to 60hz(would make me asking the above, moot) just wondering does 96hz eventually boot or resets the OC. may help to know sys specs especially mobo.

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Originally Posted by drathian View Post

Specs:

* i5-3570k (very mild overclock)
* GTX 1070 FE (very mild overclock)
* ASRock Z77 Extreme4
* Windows 10 Pro (Up to date)
* Single QNIX 2710 monitor via DVI (overclocked to 96hz)

The issue I'm having is weird, so I'll walk you through it step by step.

1. Turn on computer. Bios loads into my BitLocker screen where I type in my password to decrypt the system.
2. The monitor turns completely blank, but still shows the blue light which means it's receiving signal.
3. My computer is at the windows login screen and fully functional, but I can't actually see anything. The screen is completely black.
4. If I plug in an unplugged HDMI cable into the 1070, as soon as I unplug that cable I get video to my monitor and it will work perfectly fine until I restart the computer.

The issue repeats itself every single time and I don't understand it because the only monitor that's connected is via DVI. It's acting as if it's sending the signal through the HDMI port and only realizes it needs to send it via DVI unless I plug something into the HDMI port and then unplug it.

Does anyone have any suggestions on what I should try?

Thanks!

second person with a Pascal Nvidia card problem .... uhh maybe theres an underlying DVI output issue on the cards?
https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/941737/gtx-1070-graphics-problem-after-computer-restart-help-/?offset=6

Def looks like the QNIX! also 1070 ...maybe theres some incompatibility with Pascal and the QNIX monitor... D=
was actually planning to check out the 1070 when it came back in stock....
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can you post your CRU settings...wait NV? so ....dam I use AMD so cant really help, but ask if, Did you Keep the 60Hz as the 2nd option in resolutions your monitor supports? So that if you go (W10?) right desktop > Display Settings > select monitor > at bottom > "Advanced Display Settings" > bottom > Display Adapter Settings > Monitor tab > does the drop down show 60Hz and 96Hz options? or only 96Hz.

Just wondering maybe your POST is limited to 60hz for BIOS and boot so could explain the colours, ....How are you able to get past this? does it revert back to 60hz(would make me asking the above, moot) just wondering does 96hz eventually boot or resets the OC. may help to know sys specs especially mobo.
second person with a Pascal Nvidia card problem .... uhh maybe theres an underlying DVI output issue on the cards?
https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/941737/gtx-1070-graphics-problem-after-computer-restart-help-/?offset=6

Def looks like the QNIX! also 1070 ...maybe theres some incompatibility with Pascal and the QNIX monitor... D=
was actually planning to check out the 1070 when it came back in stock....

Interesting. It's not the same exact issue, but it's very similar. Just like his, I have issues every time I restart but once I get past the issues and the monitor receives picture the graphics card works perfectly. At least... until I restart again.
post #25055 of 25969
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Originally Posted by HyeVltg3 View Post

can you post your CRU settings...wait NV? so ....dam I use AMD so cant really help, but ask if, Did you Keep the 60Hz as the 2nd option in resolutions your monitor supports? So that if you go (W10?) right desktop > Display Settings > select monitor > at bottom > "Advanced Display Settings" > bottom > Display Adapter Settings > Monitor tab > does the drop down show 60Hz and 96Hz options? or only 96Hz.

Just wondering maybe your POST is limited to 60hz for BIOS and boot so could explain the colours, ....How are you able to get past this? does it revert back to 60hz(would make me asking the above, moot) just wondering does 96hz eventually boot or resets the OC. may help to know sys specs especially mobo.
second person with a Pascal Nvidia card problem .... uhh maybe theres an underlying DVI output issue on the cards?
https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/941737/gtx-1070-graphics-problem-after-computer-restart-help-/?offset=6

Def looks like the QNIX! also 1070 ...maybe theres some incompatibility with Pascal and the QNIX monitor... D=
was actually planning to check out the 1070 when it came back in stock....
I tried multiple different things.

1. The solution that works currently is setting refresh rate to 80 Hz, that allows to boot into windows directly, from where I have to manually up it to 96 Hz every time & reduce it back to 80 Hz before I shutdown. every time frown.gif

2. I have tried using CRU instead of NV panel, with the exact same results. I did set multiple montior refresh rates as you suggested 60 Hz, 75 Hz, 80 Hz, 96 Hz, 99 Hz..but the maximum I could boot into without getting the flashing colors after the windows loading icon is 80 Hz

3. Used DDU, and then tried different Nvidia drivers including the lastest hotfix 368.51. No benefit there

4. Used my super thick monoprice DVI cable. Works exactly like my regular cable

Note: How to get past this 96Hz loop - When i see the flashing colors, I tap the shutdown button on PC. It shuts down normally (nothing visible on screen except colors). I repeat this once more. Third time windows 10 automatically does some sort of limited boot, where antivirus seems to be disabled, and maybe some other stuff. There is full video driver support however (strange) and it boots into 96Hz (strange again).
Edited by dude0014 - 6/19/16 at 2:01am
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Hello, I have a Qnix qx2710 and recently got a gtx 1080. I am having issues with the monitor as it bugs out when I restart my computer with the monitor overclocked to 120hz. After testing, i was able to overclock it to 81hz but that seems to be the limit where it's stable. I did not have this problem with my previous gtx 780. Do you think it's a driver problem? Any ideas? Thank you.

edit: here is the screen i am getting
Edited by Jabova - 6/19/16 at 11:58am
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Hopefully someone gets these QNIX/Pascal issues sorted quickly. Otherwise when my 1070 shows up I'll be giving my daughter my 970 and QNIX and going with a new 144Hz monitor.

Do those of you experiencing issues at 96Hz have the QNIX monitor driver installed? If so, have you tried it with the Windows Generic driver?
Edited by BulletSponge - 6/19/16 at 1:43pm
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Hopefully someone gets these QNIX/Pascal issues sorted quickly. Otherwise when my 1070 shows up I'll be giving my daughter my 970 and QNIX and going with a new 144Hz monitor.

Do those of you experiencing issues at 96Hz have the QNIX monitor driver installed? If so, have you tried it with the Windows Generic driver?

I tried both with the QNIX monitor driver as well as with the generic driver. It didn't seem to make a difference either way.
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I've had the Qnix DVI monitor for years, but never overclocked until now because my GPU usually never sustained 60 FPS anyway. I'd just like to report that my new GTX 1070 successfully does 110 Hz with automatic timings and without driver patching. (EDIT: It turns out Toastyx's pixel clock patch was necessary to prevent the monitor from going crazy after reboot.) I didn't try 120 Hz.

Thanks for the guide!

We need to figure out what is different between this guys system and ours. I thought the pixel clock patch was just for AMD cards?
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Interesting. I found something out. Apparently the overclock is causing the black screen on reboot.

http://www.monitortests.com/forum/Thread-NVIDIA-Pixel-Clock-Patcher?pid=5426#pid5426

Following in this guy's footsteps I found that if I overclock to 80hz instead of 96hz, it reboots perfectly fine. It must be a driver bug because 96hz worked perfectly fine with my 7970 for a year and works with my 1070 except for immediately following a reboot.
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