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post #471 of 708
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Originally Posted by spypet View Post

I dunno redface.gif I recall being prompted to enable the DP speakers during a reinstall of the AMD Catalyst Center and I said NO.

I rebooted the machine but still no sound.

So you also cannot hear anything from your DP speakers correct?
post #472 of 708
Thread Starter 
no, but i did not intentionally want to hear through my dp to the 494k as i already have a 5:1 analog system on my pc. good luck figuring it out - try uninstalling and reinstalling catalyst with only DP connected no analog speakers in your line out headphone speaker jack - not just rebooting.
post #473 of 708
Yeah I know I was just testing the speakers...

Edit: I just re-installed the AMD Catalyst drivers and I can hear the sound from the monitor now.
Edited by dianasta - 9/18/15 at 7:34pm
post #474 of 708
Are these monitors better than the Philips 40" 4K monitor?
post #475 of 708
Thread Starter 
4K 110dpi: phillips 40" (overpriced va) < crossover 404k (va no-pwm) < wm uhd420 (ips freesync)
post #476 of 708
Question for people with flicker. What power cable looks like, does it just have adapter to US plug. If it does, can you try normal three prong plug computer/monitor cable.
post #477 of 708
Thread Starter 
such insulated ac to dc converters don't need a grounding plug, so even if it were there, the brick would not use it.
post #478 of 708
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Originally Posted by spypet View Post

not a fix, but if your panel image intermittently skip/flips like mine - you may find this intersting thumb.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


now that the fall TV season has finally restarted here in USA, I moved my Roku3 HDMI based streaming server box from my living room TV to my den PC, so now I have PiP enabled and can watch stock market news and catch up on TV shows I missed over Hulu+. the reason I mention it is ever since I attached this second input all intermittent skips/flips have stopped. I could speculate on the cause and effect going on here, but I'd much rather hear from others who suffer from this problem, and ask that they try duplicating my dual input (DP and HDMI-1 using PiP) and see if your skip/flip symptom changes.

minor details I noticed doing this - PiP menu is the second button from the bottom on the back panel - there does not seem to be a any PiP button on the generic remote included with these Korean 4K panels. you get an exact 2K pixel quarter screen, so if you use your 4K at 3200x1800 like I do - your PC desktop continues at that scale while the PiP section continues at 2K. also there is a setting in the PiP menu to enable/disable the audio portion of HDMI which is nice, because I use my PC speaker system for my DP input, and then use the 4K panel speakers for the HDMI streaming server input.

update: day one - still not a single skip/flip while in PiP.
wth.gif

What game are you playing in that picture?
post #479 of 708
Thread Starter 
game = castanic female archer, tera online mt na.

it's weird, even when i have pip disabled in the panel but the hdmi-1 connected to my roku3 while it's on (at menu not streaming),
i still have not noticed a single flip/skip on now day 2.
post #480 of 708
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Originally Posted by spypet View Post

not a fix, but if your panel image intermittently skip/flips like mine - you may find this intersting thumb.gif




now that the fall TV season has finally restarted here in USA, I moved my Roku3 HDMI based streaming server box from my living room TV to my den PC, so now I have PiP enabled and can watch stock market news and catch up on TV shows I missed over Hulu+. the reason I mention it is ever since I attached this second input all intermittent skips/flips have stopped. I could speculate on the cause and effect going on here, but I'd much rather hear from others who suffer from this problem, and ask that they try duplicating my dual input (DP and HDMI-1 using PiP) and see if your skip/flip symptom changes.

minor details I noticed doing this - PiP menu is the second button from the bottom on the back panel - there does not seem to be a any PiP button on the generic remote included with these Korean 4K panels. you get an exact 2K pixel quarter screen, so if you use your 4K at 3200x1800 like I do - your PC desktop continues at that scale while the PiP section continues at 2K. also there is a setting in the PiP menu to enable/disable the audio portion of HDMI which is nice, because I use my PC speaker system for my DP input, and then use the 4K panel speakers for the HDMI streaming server input.

update: day one - still not a single skip/flip while in PiP.
wth.gif

Interesting. I turned on PIP and set the source as HDMI. I then connected my amazon fire stick to the HDMI port on the back of the monitor and it's not reading it. I also connect the power adapter to the stick and it still does not read it.

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