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Originally Posted by DrFreeman35 View Post

I'm assuming you're using a DP cable? Other than that, it should be giving you the option in the NCP to set it to 100hz under the "Change Resolution" section.
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Yup, using a DP cable. That's actually my problem, it's not giving an option to set it to 100hz or even 75hz. It's stuck in 50 and 60hz. I've done everything that google can give. The only that I haven't tried is using another DP cable since I don't have one available. Just want to know if it is possible to be a cable problem or I need to RMA my monitor.
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Originally Posted by theCaptain28 View Post

Yup, using a DP cable. That's actually my problem, it's not giving an option to set it to 100hz or even 75hz. It's stuck in 50 and 60hz. I've done everything that google can give. The only that I haven't tried is using another DP cable since I don't have one available. Just want to know if it is possible to be a cable problem or I need to RMA my monitor.

I am not sure then, I would assume that the cable should not be the problem. I know the Monitor came with a decent cable, maybe someone else can give you another clue. I would try anything I could before having to deal with an RMA.
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Yup, using a DP cable. That's actually my problem, it's not giving an option to set it to 100hz or even 75hz. It's stuck in 50 and 60hz. I've done everything that google can give. The only that I haven't tried is using another DP cable since I don't have one available. Just want to know if it is possible to be a cable problem or I need to RMA my monitor.

Cable that comes with the monitor works fine. If it was damaged or what not, you would still get the option to select 100 hz but may see flickering if you up the bandwidth.

Have you tried using just the single monitor connects to the GPU and see what happens?
     
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Originally Posted by DrFreeman35 View Post

I am not sure then, I would assume that the cable should not be the problem. I know the Monitor came with a decent cable, maybe someone else can give you another clue. I would try anything I could before having to deal with an RMA.

That's what I thought. I know the cable wouldn't be the problem. Anyway, thanks for the input.
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Cable that comes with the monitor works fine. If it was damaged or what not, you would still get the option to select 100 hz but may see flickering if you up the bandwidth.

Have you tried using just the single monitor connects to the GPU and see what happens?

I'm actually using just one monitor and just one GPU. And I was quite sure that overclocking can't be damaged during shipping and I should to able to overclock even up to 75hz no problem even with a faulty cable. I've reset my monitor multiple times and reinstall my GPU driver multiple times to no avail. The only thing that I haven't done is do a reformat of my PC which I want to avoid as much as possible. Please help me.
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Is this monitor worth $1.2k? How often does go below that
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Is this monitor worth $1.2k? How often does go below that

i never seen it go below that unless it is a referb or open box. new lowest i seen and got mine at was $1099. is it worth it, i feel not really but it is a really nich market. if i had a price in my head it would be a killer $800 monitor. the things that really raise the price would be the gsync and the fact that it dose 100hz. other then that its more of an $800 monitor.
post #3157 of 3312
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Started a new thread, but should have posted here. I am having an issue (if it is an issue) where when I wake up my monitor it takes a second or several seconds before G-Sync engages on the Windows 10 desktop. When it does engage, the monitor flashes black a second then comes back.

Watch the video below to see what I mean:

Does anyone else encounter this or is it just me?

I've had two of the monitors both replaced for different issues and I've not experienced that one before. However with that said I'm actually considering trying my luck on a third. Just can't get over how beautiful the picture is on this display.
post #3158 of 3312
Thats more of a driver issue not monitor. do a clean driver install should fix that right up.
post #3159 of 3312
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Originally Posted by dseg View Post

Is this monitor worth $1.2k? How often does go below that

Well it definitely is if you can find one without issues. I've gone through two displays so far both had issues. The first one had "Flash lighting" top left corner. The other replacement one had an issue with the G sink which vertical lines across the screen. Anyway considering how good the picture quality is on this display (screen uniformity and artifacts aside) i'm going to be trying a third replacement unit.
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I can't believe how expense "good" computer monitors are.
It seems there is a defect with every monitor, it's really just the matter of if the consumer can find the problem...
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