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new Asus Tuf monitor and a new PC* need advice with monitor driver installation? ...

Saides
Level 9

- for connecting these together
I have a good quality DisplayPort cable for a DP connection from this monitor to the new PC which seems to have two DP output sockets.

Last time I had to put my system together circa 9 years ago this was a fairly straight-forward task not involving a lot of user driver installations.
But now it seems, just from reading just a few posts here, that the Out Of Box system setup is frought with these missing driver problems.
Im frankly very nervous about taking a wrong step and I imagine it to be a nightmare shot in the dark (screen) quest instead of a simple plug & playoperation
I cetainly dont want to be stuck with a damaged screen from some wrong step of mine because my current monitor is a p.o.s. old acer with little to no chance of connection.
So I ask for some guide to putting them together from an experienced person here... Can someone advise me however briefly?

Asus Tuf gaming VG247Q1A 

* Im told the PC is on the way - I cant quote its attributes yet of course but its well up to date with a decent RTX gpu
** How do I delete this post if Im over-thinking this...  

help Im a noob to this forum 

 

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Aureliannn_ROG
Customer Service Agent

Hi @Saides ,

based on your issue, ULMB stands for Ultra Low Motion Blur, and it is a technology designed to reduce motion blur in fast-paced scenes on gaming monitors.

If you wish for a monitor that supports this feature, ASUS has introduced several monitors with ULMB functionality. You can refer to the link below for more information. Thank you.

Monitors - All series|ASUS Global

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Aureliannn_ROG
Customer Service Agent

Hi @Saides ,

based on your issue, ULMB stands for Ultra Low Motion Blur, and it is a technology designed to reduce motion blur in fast-paced scenes on gaming monitors.

If you wish for a monitor that supports this feature, ASUS has introduced several monitors with ULMB functionality. You can refer to the link below for more information. Thank you.

Monitors - All series|ASUS Global

Saides
Level 9

So I still need and am asking for some guide to putting them together from an experienced person here... ?