do you regularily view your monitor ina black room like this?
How about taking into considering some real world viewing?
I have one, it has backlight bleed similar to this. I considered RMA'ng it, but figured it was not worth the hassle, especially if i got another one with worse bleed...
well wtf - so the issue happened again just now. This time, i tried the DP cable in all the GPU slots. no dice.
So i unplugged the GPU DP cable, and replaced it with the original cable. Plugged that into the display and it's alive.
i hadnt had any issue for a few days now, since Sunday.
Had the issue recur tonight, unplugged the display port cable from video card and plugged it into all of the other ports on it. No dice.
Starting to wonder if this is a video card issue. Gonna try a simple re-seat and see how often if at...
ah hrrrrmmmm... the only thing not showing at the bottom right in the taskbar was nvidia geforce experience. It should have been loaded but was not. I guess i'll uninstall that whole suite, run a reg cleanup, and install again.
Hi, thanks for the reply.
I just tried a different displayport cable, the issue occurred first cold boot when i got home tonight.
Except, this time, there was no artifact-ish horizontal lines at all. Just the black monitor then monitor no signal.
This is clearly happening after the Loading...
Sometimes, not all, but only when cold booting after bios screen goes awy and.. i think... after loading windows screen goes away during that transition i get horizontal artifact looking lines across a black screen, for maybe a few seconds and then the monitor says no input and just presents the...
What do we use to stress test a CPU these days?
I've got a fresh Win10pro install, and when i run prime95, using the blend test, i get an immediate win10 BSOD.
System is otherwise stable.
No overclocking at all, default bios values. Running i7 6700k, intel PCI-E M.2 SSD, and QVL RAM for this...
So i did the update, that was fine. After the updated i noticed a network HD that i don't use had problems. So i said yes, please troubleshoot it. Windows suggested reinstalling the drivers. I said OK! it did so and wanted to reboot, i said OK!
it reboored, and couldn't find a boot device...
soooooooo, what is a better stability test. furmark with lower clock but more overall card load, or unigen with more core clocks and less overall card load?
i'm guessing there's no straight answer here.
so with my core set to the same as the above picture, +125, in FurMark i get around 1797-1809 boost clock.
it shows 100% load on the core
it shows around 90% load on the memory controller
with the same settings in Unigen i get ~2062mhz core
it shows 99% load on core
it shows ~60% load on...