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ASUS VG248QE and Windows 10

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Was curious if anyone else has upgraded to Windows 10 that uses the ASUS VG248QE monitor? I'm skeptical about upgrading right now, because there are no w10 drivers for that monitor and I don't want to potentially lose the 144hz by making the switch over.

Can anyone confirm that they still get 144hz frequency in w10 with this monitor? Thanks!
    
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I have that monitor and upgraded to Windows 10 with no issues. I am still able to get 144 hz. Windows 10 will automatically install drivers for you but I reinstalled drivers from AMD website just in case.
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Monitors don't usually need drivers in w7+, as they are plug and play. This should apply equally to windows 10.
Sometimes utilities will not identify the monitor unless an INF is installed.
Windows XP (sometimes) needed drivers, if the information in the EDID didn't give you the full refresh rates automatically. Older windows always needed drivers.
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Thank you both for your responses!
    
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post #5 of 6
I also have this monitor.
After upgrading to windows 10 I noticed that the desktop is brighter.

I installed windows 8 driver from here:
https://driverscollection.com/?H=VG248QE&By=ASUS on my windows 10.


It fixed the brightness
post #6 of 6
I have the same monitor and it works at 144 hz at 1920 by 1080 and other 16:9 resolutions, but not at any 4:3 resolutions.
Anyone else having this problem?
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