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Originally Posted by heyguyslol View Post

Did the screen ever fully wake up to fullscreen? or did it remain black like that?
I soft power cycled it and it came back.
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Seems to be an issue with the power distribution after sleep, the ambient lights didn't turn on either. I'm going to try to run with the ambient lights on during sleep, see if that does anything.
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Originally Posted by heyguyslol View Post

Did the screen ever fully wake up to fullscreen? or did it remain black like that?

It happened to me again this time it did it for about 5 seconds before the screen went black and came good. Its strange because when its power cycled its always fine. Hopefully they can write a firmware that performs the same actions after sleep as after soft power off.

Its ridiculously good for gaming though.
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At the request of someone in another thread I ran 3DMark.

On my X34, default 3DMark demo settings I get this (100Hz, G-Sync and vsync off):
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/9001998

On my secondary monitor (60Hz, without G-Sync and with vsync disabled) I get this:
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/9016521

Any insight on this guys? I don't think there is a game performance problem, just this weird benchmark discrepancy, but now I'm curious about why...
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At the request of someone in another thread I ran 3DMark.

On my X34, default 3DMark demo settings I get this (100Hz, G-Sync and vsync off):
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/9001998

On my secondary monitor (60Hz, without G-Sync and with vsync disabled) I get this:
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/9016521

Any insight on this guys? I don't think there is a game performance problem, just this weird benchmark discrepancy, but now I'm curious about why...

I'm not entirely sure but it might be due to how the benchmark reads the resolution or lack there of. When I attempted to run Heaven with my x34 I could not run it at 3440x1440 but instead it ran fullscreen stretched at 2550x1440 and the results were a bit off from my previous 27" monitor. I don't believe that when these benchmarks were made that they had 21:9 AR in mind but I could be wrong on that I haven't bothered to research this because I've been too busy gaming lol.
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Originally Posted by hosko View Post

Dam it mine just did the half backlight issue, I left my system on whilst I went to dinner. Came back and the display had been put to sleep, woke it up and was greeted by this.

Not a happy camper.

I've come across a few monitors that have "wake from sleep issues". This glitch is most likely some firmware issue where the monitor power on signal internally gets sent to the LED back-light circuit before the back-light circuit is ready to accept it/aware. It can easily be reset by power/off-on, changing resolution, or powering down your computer and not using sleep mode. Or if you do use sleep mode, just press your monitor power button off then.

But yes, I do agree this should have been caught in testing and could probably easily be fixed in firmware. I suspect the error occurs due to them trying to make the monitor "boot" as fast as possible for convenience.
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At the request of someone in another thread I ran 3DMark.

On my X34, default 3DMark demo settings I get this (100Hz, G-Sync and vsync off):
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/9001998


On my secondary monitor (60Hz, without G-Sync and with vsync disabled) I get this:
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/9016521

Any insight on this guys? I don't think there is a game performance problem, just this weird benchmark discrepancy, but now I'm curious about why...

Set your resolution to 1920x1080 and make sure gsync is off and vsync is set to "controlled by 3d application." Your 3d mark scores will go up.
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Still have 2 at Micro Center in Westbury NY ... Go see Erik in the back by Apple !!!
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In stock on Amazon for 1226€ biggrin.gif
Arrival mid next week yeaaah
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Just got mine from Microcenter. 2 new in Marietta GA left.
    
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