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Quote: Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
I only have firmware v7. So yours is newer.
Ugh of course... there goes that theory. For what it is worth I have not seen any out of range or no signal messages tonight. No issues after the UEFI splash screen, saw my desktop basically immediately.. tried to reproduce it by turning the monitor off and on and then switching the input, no issues.. it's so weird.

I also tried booting off a live ubuntu usb doing the same thing as above and I had no issues, albeit it was running at a low resolution and most likely low refresh rate.

What I find most interesting is what is consistent is that unplugging the display port cable always fixes it, and its odd to me that BenQ's Display Pilot program is saying the recommended setting is 60hz not 144hz.

Perhaps tomorrow if I see it, I'll try blowing compressed air into the port to see if there is dust shorting something out, honestly just spit balling here.

I appreciate your replies Falkentyne

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