"You need to move the cursor down to the bottom of the service menu where there isn't any option (blank) then power cycle."
In case anyone is wondering watercooling my GL950G now has the die temp at 40C but most importantly, no fan noise at all.
Does anyone know how to exit service menu? I've just finished my fan-delete project but I'm stuck in the service menu!
I think I'm in the AGING screen, the one that walks around the border of the screen showing the temp and fan status. I can't escape.
Yup, i'd also expect full software control. But another reason for the USB cable is to work as a "passthrough" for USB decides plugged into the monitor. For example I have a USB headtracking camera and a USB webcam plugged into my 38GL.
38GL here as well and I opened my OnScreen Control to check, I also get the 2nd screen. Why do you think you should be seeing the first? After previously having a Dell ultrawide, and currently having 2 dell ultrawides, the LG onscreen control is annoying and I just don't use it. Disappointing.
You think there will be a flood to large, curved ultrawide monitors? Mainly because the next gen of GPU's will support HDMI 2.1 and that will somehow create more demand for large, high-performance gaming monitors?
Amazing! Thank you for the heads-up! I've been struggling with coping with the 38GL fan so I just placed an order on costco.com for the 38GN. Now I can compare side-by-side to my heart's content and eventually sleep easy at night with my choice.
I read through this thread and took their advice. I bought 2 replacement fans and took apart my 38GL950G down to the mainboard with gysync module and fan. The gsync fan makes a hissing noise even as you spin it by hand. Then I took each of the 2 replacements fans and spun them in my hand and...
Thanks for the heads up. For a while I was looking for LG 38GL950G 'drivers' because all my previous Dell displays would have drivers that I would install and then point Windows 10 at the correct directory to use them. For the 38GL I guess as long as NVIDIA control panel sees the monitor it's...
I hear mine during quiet-time: work/non-gaming operation and I also hear it at night when the monitor is off. In fact I hear it 8 hours later when I wake up and I'm getting ready to start my day. The fan never stops. I can't believe this.