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No, what I've done rules out all your suggestions.
If one monitor works individually and the other doesn't, it's not a driver issue.
And it isn't an OS issue either.

Goodness, reading comprehension fail.
If your gonna just keep complaining about how all of the above suggestions haven't worked and neither has the ones you've tried what's the point in continuing to figure out how to fix the problem? Obviously you've gotten screwed some monitors.

How about you stop your crying RMA the SOB and hope for the best.... Instead of just sitting here asking for more help and then tell us you've already tried that solution and complain some more.

Problem solved.
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If your gonna just keep complaining about how all of the above suggestions haven't worked and neither has the ones you've tried what's the point in continuing to figure out how to fix the problem? Obviously you've gotten screwed some monitors.

How about you stop your crying RMA the SOB and hope for the best.... Instead of just sitting here asking for more help and then tell us you've already tried that solution and complain some more.

Problem solved.
Thanks

And he says I have reading comprehension, maybe, just maybe.

But atleast I don't have logic failure
     
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post #63 of 93
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Thanks

And he says I have reading comprehension, maybe, just maybe.

But atleast I don't have logic failure
My friend just got an ASUS 24" monitor and it works flawlessly, Its just he got screwed... Doesn't everyone one time or another?
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I also have a 24'' monitor, it's been fine for several years now.
     
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Man some angry ppl in here. As far as i can tell he knows what he is doing and has tried everything that makes sense. Also he didnt make this thread to ask for help, he made it to blow off some steam. I mean he has a Red Blue and Green Monitor, Red and Blue work perfect no matter how he plugs it into his system. The Green one sucks in every configuration, thus its not a match to the other 2 so its bad. He knows its bad, no point in reinstalling crap to try to get it to work if there is no way its ever going to match. Stop bashing the guy for not trying out your ideas he just wanted to vent.

Now, i can say ive been thinking about doing eyefinity for a while now too and thanks to his problem here i know that i will probably be better off buying all 3 monitors at the same time so i can avoid this problem.
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So since no one has asked, is he using an ACTIVE displayport adapter or just one of those regular adapters?
    
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post #67 of 93
Different inputs can give drastically different results. I've seen this on several monitors and on the same monitor under different setups. It's possible that whichever input you are using is borked or it just differs slightly from the performance of the other monitor inputs. I've never had any problems fixing the differences though using calibration software.

Here is a list of software you can try out to tune your monitors so they look similar. There is a tolerance to everything and all you have to do is get them close enough to your eyes tolerance that you don't notice the difference.

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Man some angry ppl in here. As far as i can tell he knows what he is doing and has tried everything that makes sense. Also he didnt make this thread to ask for help, he made it to blow off some steam. I mean he has a Red Blue and Green Monitor, Red and Blue work perfect no matter how he plugs it into his system. The Green one sucks in every configuration, thus its not a match to the other 2 so its bad. He knows its bad, no point in reinstalling crap to try to get it to work if there is no way its ever going to match. Stop bashing the guy for not trying out your ideas he just wanted to vent.

Now, i can say ive been thinking about doing eyefinity for a while now too and thanks to his problem here i know that i will probably be better off buying all 3 monitors at the same time so i can avoid this problem.
QFT.

i think some people are just projecting because they feel he's attacking them by proxy for having ASUS monitors. He's not saying every ASUS monitor ever made is junk, he's saying he's dissatisfied w/ the ones he got which is understandable given the circumstances.
    
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I hear ya OP..... I have always thought my Asus monitor had funky colors. I can get it right by messing with the settings but it took me a few weeks at least to get it where I think things are accurate. I was highly displeased when I first set it up. I have had it for a few months now and I actually think the color is changing because I am still messing with it from time to time. I guess I figured I was going to at least have a few small issues with a 27in sub $300 monitor so it was to be expected.
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Originally Posted by Elite- View Post
If your gonna just keep complaining about how all of the above suggestions haven't worked and neither has the ones you've tried what's the point in continuing to figure out how to fix the problem? Obviously you've gotten screwed some monitors.

How about you stop your crying RMA the SOB and hope for the best.... Instead of just sitting here asking for more help and then tell us you've already tried that solution and complain some more.

Problem solved.
Goodness.
I'm not asking for a solution. I'm not asking for help. I bought a monitor from an unreliable company and I'm sharing my experience.

I've tried everything I can, it isn't user error. It is a problem that is out of my reach to "fix."

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Originally Posted by Cpyro View Post
Man some angry ppl in here. As far as i can tell he knows what he is doing and has tried everything that makes sense. Also he didnt make this thread to ask for help, he made it to blow off some steam. I mean he has a Red Blue and Green Monitor, Red and Blue work perfect no matter how he plugs it into his system. The Green one sucks in every configuration, thus its not a match to the other 2 so its bad. He knows its bad, no point in reinstalling crap to try to get it to work if there is no way its ever going to match. Stop bashing the guy for not trying out your ideas he just wanted to vent.

Now, i can say ive been thinking about doing eyefinity for a while now too and thanks to his problem here i know that i will probably be better off buying all 3 monitors at the same time so i can avoid this problem.
Yes.

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Originally Posted by neobloodline View Post
Different inputs can give drastically different results. I've seen this on several monitors and on the same monitor under different setups. It's possible that whichever input you are using is borked or it just differs slightly from the performance of the other monitor inputs. I've never had any problems fixing the differences though using calibration software.

Here is a list of software you can try out to tune your monitors so they look similar. There is a tolerance to everything and all you have to do is get them close enough to your eyes tolerance that you don't notice the difference.

Uninstall and reinstall your software drivers first to make sure you are starting with a fresh calibration.
http://www.overclock.net/monitors-di...r-monitor.html
Thank you.

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QFT.

i think some people are just projecting because they feel he's attacking them by proxy for having ASUS monitors. He's not saying every ASUS monitor ever made is junk, he's saying he's dissatisfied w/ the ones he got which is understandable given the circumstances.
Yes.
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