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XG27VQ artifacts

arkejn
Level 7
I got my curved monitor for over two months, now couple days ago it started showing a very weird artifacts.
They usually show up when I start my PC, the only way to make them disappear is either turning monitor off and on or detach DP cable.
After doing so, they do not appear for a whole day. After going sleep and turning PC at the morning, it will get back.

Any idea what can cause it?

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STATION WAGON PC:
CPU
: AMD Phenom II X6 1100T BE / A10 7700K MOBO: ASUS M4A79XTD EVO / ASUS Crossblade Ranger
COOLING: Coolermaster V8 PSU: Chieftec 80P 600W / Corsair RM850
RAM: Kingston HyperX T1 2x4GB DISK: Seagate 1TB, WD Green Caviar 1,5TB
CASE: Cooler Master Elite 330 / Corsair Carbide SPEC02 VIDEO: Asus GTX460 1GB DCU/TOP

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stewart_1
Level 8
Have you tried replacing the DP cable? Not all DP cables are equal I'm afraid.

arkejn
Level 7
Ok so I did a system refresh because there were some other issues with it. Now it's completely fine. Maybe it was an issue with system or drivers.
Wattman for Radeon was failing so probably this caused problems.
Anyway it works fine now 🙂
STATION WAGON PC:
CPU
: AMD Phenom II X6 1100T BE / A10 7700K MOBO: ASUS M4A79XTD EVO / ASUS Crossblade Ranger
COOLING: Coolermaster V8 PSU: Chieftec 80P 600W / Corsair RM850
RAM: Kingston HyperX T1 2x4GB DISK: Seagate 1TB, WD Green Caviar 1,5TB
CASE: Cooler Master Elite 330 / Corsair Carbide SPEC02 VIDEO: Asus GTX460 1GB DCU/TOP

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stewart_1
Level 8
Great to hear the issue is now resolved...

crypto1
Level 7
coming from a mac, it seems PC's have way more complicated parts in it thus, making things prone to possibly crashing more. Am i right? I could be wrong though...