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  1. just seen a video on youtube with a thaiwan man replacing the ribbon cable which has blown... any one know where these can be purchased and a guide on 'how to' by any chance?!
  2. cheers Bob116! any experience with these, or are you just wanting me to kill it with fire And am I safe to assume this whole piece will cost about as much as a new 24 inch 1080p monitior?
  3. if anyone could help or just let me know if this bit is not repairable so i can melt it with fire then that would be great
  4. Ok so my monitor got dropped by an excited 4 year old during a house move, it looks like the top frame has come into contact with a ribbon on the top control board connecting to the digitizer, anyone know if or how you can fix this?! Its the control board which attaches directly to the screen digitizer, attached via a ribbon cable to the main control unit. Sorry if your a repair man and I am using all the wrong names of stuff but i think with the pictures it will all make sense.... This is the digitizer with the back light removed: Here is the blown one, the metal/magnetic bar has snapped and blown and when powered up it heats up incredibly and causes a black/strippy bar down that segment of the screen... Here is a picture of another ribbon which hasn't blown for comparison...
  5. From NVIDIA control panel I can go to 'change resolution' and then change the: 'Output Colour format' to YCbCr444 but then cannot change the 'Output Dynamic range' to anything apart from 'Limited' also get UHD 4k running at 3840x2160 and the TV picks that up fine its just not getting the option for HDR, I can change the colour format to RGB which gives me the option to switch 'Output dynamic range' setting from 'Limited' to 'Full' but the TV still doesn't pick up the HDR setting for me to switch it on... Must be something simple I am missing surely....
  6. just using a high speed HDMI cable at the moment, is there any other type of cable that should be used or?! only thing I can find online which helps is something to do with the colour space and turning on 'Deep Colour' on the TV but i don't have that setting and the HDR section is showing as greyed out when the PC is connected meaning I cannot select it...
  7. NO they definitely do, I have found forum posts even of a 980 working with HDR on an LG TV....
  8. I cant for the life of me seem to get my TV to change to a 4k HDR picture from the PC, not sure if its a setting I need to tweak or if its the TV which has a different HDR output than the PC so it wont work... Either way help is needed so the TV I have is on the link below: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01E6GS0PA/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Model: H43M3000 and my graphics card is a 980Ti iChill model issued by Overclockers UK All help welcomed as google isn't helping me at all right now...
  9. you should still take the advice and call nvidia, they normally take care of their customers so call them then go from there... unless you are afraid of talking on the phone, then get someone else to call them for you instead
  10. on the tube of You at same res for me too....are you using chrome as you browser? as if you aren't then try that instead...
  11. well this one is running at 2160p now 60fps too lol! check your link again...
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