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If people want to keep their monitors with scan lines, that's fine. It would probably be better if you didn't come here and try to tell us our issues aren't real and that the scan lines are some blown out of proportion excuse to be upset with Acer.
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Maybe i got outta hand there...but i was frustrated with people saying im an idiot for being happy with mine...Anyone who is unhappy absolutly should return it and roll the dice with RMA or just simply use something else till the next latest and greatist
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Ohh so the first batch of monitors are starting to come in from repairs and they ACER is saying they can't find scanlines, coil whine, OR REPRODUCE the blue color banding that was supposed to be fixed in the first firmware update. Go figure I was right lol.
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Originally Posted by Tuckers View Post

what drivers are u guys using at the mo?
i have no sli option on the new 359.00 driver....

Tuckers,

This issue drove me around the bend all day Friday afternoon, and well into the night. I came home from work and installed the Fallout 4 game-ready drivers, and while installing them the screen just went blank and stayed that way.

When I re-booted my system I didn't have an SLI option. For the next ten hours I pulled my hair out, trying everything under the sun to no avail.

Finally, I turned my computer off and re-seated my two GTX 980s. I even swapped them around. This was after I uninstalled the cards from device manager.

Finally, after re-booting, the SLI option appeared.

On Saturday while playing Syndicate, I crashed mid-game, and had to re-boot my entire system. When Windows came up... guess what... no SLI option. I swore out loud. This time, instead of unseating both cards, I switched off the power of my computer, unplugged it, and depressed the power button for a good 15 seconds. God I was mad as hell, thinking I was going to have to re-seat the cards anew with each and every crash.

Thankfully, when I re-booted, SLI was there - and it's been there since.

Please let me know if it works out for you. Is it the driver or the monitor? I have no idea. BTW.... something weird is still going on for me... when I turn on my screen it's blank right up until the Windows logo appears. I should be seeing another screen that prompts me to press F2 in order to enter bios. I'm not seeing that screen. I only see it if I pull out the monitor's cable and plug it into my other GPU.

Bizarre things are happening. If you figure anything out then please let me know.
Edited by Mikey- - 11/23/15 at 9:44pm
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Ohh so the first batch of monitors are starting to come in from repairs and they ACER is saying they can't find scanlines, coil whine, OR REPRODUCE the blue color banding that was supposed to be fixed in the first firmware update. Go figure I was right lol.

Yeah, I'm reading some of the posts over there and just wow. Acer apparently was not ready to release this monitor at all.

It seems like the guys having those problems are in Australia, but that doesn't excuse Acer.
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Samsung 850 EK Supremacy EVO + Nemesis 280  EK FC-Titan X + RX360 D5 Vario + Bitspower Multi-Z 200 V2 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 8.1 64bit Predator x34 Ducky Shine 3 TKL MX Brown w/ Red LED EVGA 1000 P2 
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its sad because I wanted to keep it but o well.
post #518 of 3056
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Originally Posted by Mikey- View Post

Tuckers,

This issue drove me around the bend all day Friday afternoon, and well into the night. I came home from work and installed the Fallout 4 game-ready drivers, and while installing them the screen just went blank and stayed that way.

When I re-booted my system I didn't have an SLI option. For the next ten hours I pulled my hair out, trying everything under the sun to no avail.

Finally, I turned my computer off and re-seated my two GTX 980s. I even swapped them around. This was after I uninstalled the cards from device manager.

Finally, after re-booting, the SLI option appeared.

On Saturday while playing Syndicate, I crashed mid-game, and had to re-boot my entire system. When Windows came up... guess what... no SLI option. I swore out loud. This time, instead of unseating both cards, I switched off the power of my computer, unplugged it, and depressed the power button for a good 15 seconds. God I was mad as hell, thinking I was going to have to re-seat the cards anew with each and every crash.

Thankfully, when I re-booted, SLI was there - and it's been there since.

Please let me know if it works out for you. Is it the driver or the monitor? I have no idea. BTW.... something weird is still going on for me... when I turn on my screen it's blank right up until the Windows logo appears. I should be seeing another screen that prompts me to press F2 in order to enter bios. I'm not seeing that screen. I only see it if I pull out the monitor's cable and plug it into my other GPU.

Bizarre things are happening. If you figure anything out then please let me know.
I'll give it a try later cheers, it's definitely the moniter making our PC's play up, I never had any problems before until I got this monitor, my nvidia control panel is really slow and sluggish aswell since I bought it and that was on at least 3 different drivers.
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I'll give it a try later cheers, it's definitely the moniter making our PC's play up, I never had any problems before until I got this monitor, my nvidia control panel is really slow and sluggish aswell since I bought it and that was on at least 3 different drivers.

Interesting about the Nvidia control panel being sluggish. I'm also seeing that. It takes a while for the panel to load up once you've launched it. And then when it does load up, and you change settings, it pauses before finally doing what it's told.

I just remembered something. That on my old GTX 480 SLI setup the same thing used to happen after a fresh display driver install. I'd boot up and SLI wouldn't appear. So I'd have to reseat my 480s. It got to the point where I dreaded having to update my driver, since I'd always get that glitch. I forgot all about this.


Also, I can't believe Assassin's Creed Syndicate on this monitor... I can't believe it.
Edited by Mikey- - 11/24/15 at 2:17am
post #520 of 3056
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Originally Posted by Mikey- View Post

Interesting about the Nvidia control panel being sluggish. I'm also seeing that. It takes a while for the panel to load up once you've launched it. And then when it does load up, and you change settings, it pauses before finally doing what it's told.

I just remembered something. That on my old GTX 480 SLI setup the same thing used to happen after a fresh display driver install. I'd boot up and SLI wouldn't appear. So I'd have to reseat my 480s. It got to the point where I dreaded having to update my driver, since I'd always get that glitch. I forgot all about this.


Also, I can't believe Assassin's Creed Syndicate on this monitor... I can't believe it.

Battlefront looked amazing...i played that all weekend....I downloaed assassins creed and turned it on just to see it...I thought it looked good but battlefront is so far beyond anything else out there right now its not a fair comparison. Also Assassins creed is not easy to get high settings on and i use SLI titans
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