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I have a GTX 1080 and was able to oc to 96hz, however upon restart, I get a black screen. I have found my hard limit to be 80hz without getting the Blackscreenofdeath upon wake. I used the patch patch for 368.25 and tried CRU but it didn't create a new res choice. I ended up making the custom resolution in NVCP. This is a qnix 2710 with d-dvi. My previous card was AMD and it OC'd the same monitor to 96hz no problem. Any ideas?

Is this new monitor or "old"
if you have the gusto, take off the bezel and peak behind the panel. does it say L02,L07 or L08?
(thats just find out what gen panel you have)

Could be an Nvidia thing?
I have AMD 390 so I cant really help other than ask you to provide more info on the monitor since theres different ones floating around. albeit the L02 is pretty much discontinued.
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post #422 of 458
The monitor is a couple of years old, not sure what gen it is. I'm pretty sure it's a Nvidia driver bug, unfortunately I can't try an older driver because I have a gtx 1080 and it requires recent drivers.
post #423 of 458
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The monitor is a couple of years old, not sure what gen it is. I'm pretty sure it's a Nvidia driver bug, unfortunately I can't try an older driver because I have a gtx 1080 and it requires recent drivers.
same DVI-D DL cable right? (from when it work on the AMD)

For AMD you have to use CRU
For Nvidia, theres already a built-in section in the NV software (AMD has this too, but oddly cant be used to properly OC and/or just doesnt work over DVI/Qnix)

My AMD fanboy side wants to point fingers at nvidia, since thats all that has changed. but people on the boards have NV and the monitor working great at 96-120hz.

Wait, do you have CRU and NV resolution settings set?!
maybe its having a hard time deciding which resolution to use.

Did you use DDU when you switched from AMD to NV?
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post #424 of 458
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same DVI-D DL cable right? (from when it work on the AMD)

For AMD you have to use CRU
For Nvidia, theres already a built-in section in the NV software (AMD has this too, but oddly cant be used to properly OC and/or just doesnt work over DVI/Qnix)

My AMD fanboy side wants to point fingers at nvidia, since thats all that has changed. but people on the boards have NV and the monitor working great at 96-120hz.

Wait, do you have CRU and NV resolution settings set?!
maybe its having a hard time deciding which resolution to use.

Did you use DDU when you switched from AMD to NV?

Same cable, and it works fine until the computer sleeps or restarts. I wiped CRU, clear all file, have since found out I don't need it and don't need the patch either. Just using NVCP now. I had to search just now for what DDU was, so no I didn't use it. I think I may try that and reinstall the drivers.
post #425 of 458
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Same cable, and it works fine until the computer sleeps or restarts. I wiped CRU, clear all file, have since found out I don't need it and don't need the patch either. Just using NVCP now. I had to search just now for what DDU was, so no I didn't use it. I think I may try that and reinstall the drivers.

sorry about the abbreviations, didnt want to sound condescending if I typed it what it was after the fact of using "DDU" haha.









(I could have just edited it out...some times I dont use the ol' noggin')
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post #426 of 458
I also have a GTX 1070 and can overclock up to 120 Hz in NVCP just fine.

However, upon restarting my PC, I am greeted by eternally flashing colors as soon as I would normally enter Windows. ToastyX's patcher does nothing to ratify this.

If my refresh rate is above 80 Hz, this happens 100% of the time. I am stable at 120 Hz in games and once Windows is loaded, though.

Obviously, there is some conflict with overclocking the monitor and booting into windows with Pascal. I had a 660 before this and had absolutely no issue.

Any ideas?
Edited by Riadon - 6/21/16 at 2:37am
post #427 of 458
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I also have a GTX 1070 and can overclock up to 120 Hz in NVCP just fine.

However, upon restarting my PC, I am greeted by eternally flashing colors as soon as I would normally enter Windows. ToastyX's patcher does nothing to ratify this.

If my refresh rate is above 80 Hz, this happens 100% of the time. I am stable at 120 Hz in games and once Windows is loaded, though.

Obviously, there is some conflict with overclocking the monitor and booting into windows with Pascal. I had a 660 before this and had absolutely no issue.

Any ideas?

I'm hearing that people fixed this by running the AMD patcher, if you look on the first page for the AMD instructions, we have to use a Patcher + CRU., grab the patcher and run it. Seems the 1000 series jiggled something loose for Green guys.
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post #428 of 458
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I'm hearing that people fixed this by running the AMD patcher, if you look on the first page for the AMD instructions, we have to use a Patcher + CRU., grab the patcher and run it. Seems the 1000 series jiggled something loose for Green guys.
I ran ToastyX's Nvidia patcher the first time it happened, but it didnt fix the issue. I just tried to run the AMD version of his patcher, but unsurprisingly it won't open because I don't have any AMD drivers.

Heres some more info:

My QNIX is an L02 model from early 2013

I have a GTX 1070 and I am locked to 80 Hz (maybe I could hit 81 Hz, but I haven't tried).

I can easily overclock to 120 Hz stable after I am loaded into windows, but if my refresh rate is any higher than 80 Hz when I load into Windows, I get eternal flashing colors on my QNIX in place of the welcome screen.

I get the same result without the patch, with the normal patch, and with the full patch. Without the QNIX monitor driver, and with.

I'm assuming I could set the monitor to 81 Hz, but the second I set it to 82 Hz (330.3222 pixel clock), I can't boot. This leads me to believe that there is a DL-DVI driver issue with Pascal when clocking above 330 MHz that isn't addressed with the patcher.

Also, my friend with the same monitor and a GTX 1080 has the exact same problem. However, for some reason, if he spams a random key on his keyboard or moves his mouse around a bit before the flashing screen appears, he is able to boot into windows. However, if he doesn't touch his mouse or keyboard, he gets the screen. This doesn't work for me, however. The only reason I could see that it works for him and not me is because he has an MSI motherboard and I have an ASUS, but that's just a shot in the dark.

I'm willing to do as much as is needed to help fix this problem if I am able
Edited by Riadon - 6/21/16 at 1:27pm
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I ran ToastyX's Nvidia patcher the first time it happened, but it didnt fix the issue. I just tried to run the AMD version of his patcher, but unsurprisingly it won't open because I don't have any AMD drivers.

Heres some more info:

My QNIX is an L02 model from early 2013

I have a GTX 1070 and I am locked to 80 Hz (maybe I could hit 81 Hz, but I haven't tried).

I can easily overclock to 120 Hz stable after I am loaded into windows, but if my refresh rate is any higher than 80 Hz when I load into Windows, I get eternal flashing colors on my QNIX in place of the welcome screen.

I get the same result without the patch, with the normal patch, and with the full patch. Without the QNIX monitor driver, and with.

I'm assuming I could set the monitor to 81 Hz, but the second I set it to 82 Hz (330.3222 pixel clock), I can't boot. This leads me to believe that there is a DL-DVI driver issue with Pascal when clocking above 330 MHz that isn't addressed with the patcher.

Also, my friend with the same monitor and a GTX 1080 has the exact same problem. However, for some reason, if he spams a random key on his keyboard or moves his mouse around a bit before the flashing screen appears, he is able to boot into windows. However, if he doesn't touch his mouse or keyboard, he gets the screen. This doesn't work for me, however. The only reason I could see that it works for him and not me is because he has an MSI motherboard and I have an ASUS, but that's just a shot in the dark.

I'm willing to do as much as is needed to help fix this problem if I am able

I really think its a Pascal issue, you arent the only one having this issue, till someone using Pascal can jump in and provide a fix, you're stuck at 80-81hz at boot....how often are you rebooting/powering on?

Is there anyway you can test on Windows 7? (dual boot?)
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post #430 of 458
Do you guys get the frame skipping test to recognize the new refresh rate? I have the same issues with my GTX 1070. Seems to be a problem with going over 330mhz pixel clock. However, if I push my monitor to 120hz without rebooting and go to the frame skipping test it only recognizes 60hz no matter what I put the refresh rate to.
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