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SrN95

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  1. I've tried all of these things to no avail. If the computer is on when I plug in the tv, it just says no signal, and does not show up as an option to duplicate or extend the display.
  2. I recently got a samsung 55'' 4k TV, model UN55HU7250FXZA, and was hoping to hook it up to my computer as an additional display occasionally. I've got a GTX 780 with all the latest drivers installed, and I bought an hdmi cable long enough, (http://www.amazon.com/BlueRigger-High-Speed-Cable--wall/dp/B004GW25WY/ref=lp_202505011_1_12?s=audio-video-accessories&ie=UTF8&qid=1422742286&sr=1-12) Yet when I got to plug the TV in, my computer is not sending a signal, but here is the weird part, if I plug in the tv as my only display, and then I boot my computer, I am able to see the ASUS start up screen and I can even go into the bios, but as soon as you would usually see the windows login screen, it goes back to "no signal" Could this be an issue with Windows 8.1? I just think it's weird that I'm able to see the ASUS bios, but nothing afterwards?
  3. Best thing to ease the pain is pouring some table salt in a glass of water, gargle it, then spit it out. It sounds like that would make it worse, I know, but it really does help.
  4. was in too much of a rush before class, oops linked now
  5. Pretty good deal if you're looking to hop on the 4K train. Monitor Specs: Screen size: 28 inches Panel type: InnoLux M280DGJ-L30 TN (Twisted Nematic) LCD Panel Native resolution: 3840 x 2160 Typical maximum brightness: 300 cd/m² (370 cd/m² specified by Sasmung) Colour support: 1.07 billion (10-bits per subpixel without dithering) Response time (G2G): 1ms Refresh rate: 60Hz (Display Port), 30Hz (HDMI) Weight: 5.65kg Contrast ratio: 1,000:1 (Plus ‘MEGA’ Dynamic Contrast) Viewing angle: 170º horizontal, 160º vertical Power consumption: 32W typical Backlight: WLED (White Light Emitting Diode) http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?sdtid=7159720&SID=9a4ef5f1b43545d88b8a943bbffb22ac&AID=10440897&PID=1225267&nm_mc=AFC-C8Junction&cm_mmc=AFC-C8Junction-_-cables-_-na-_-na&Item=0JC-0007-00009&Tpk=0JC-0007-00009&cm_sp=
  6. I pay for premium and got the PlexPass for free on android, however I had to pay to get the windows 8 app for Plex (worth every penny though, beautiful application)
  7. 635gb later.... so many games
  8. If you like RPGs check out Kingdoms of Amalur, it's pretty fun so far. Only $5 right now
  9. SrN95

    competitive gaming?

    I love watching, as well as playing CS:GO. If you haven't tried it, you should. It takes a great amount of teamwork and communication to win, and watching the pros do it is just awesome!
  10. Colors look great on it, and everything looks much crisper due to the 2160x1440p display.
  11. I got my entire set up (the i5 256gb, best buy blue type cover) for ~1,333 My main reason for going to best buy was that I had $200 worth of giftcards. The pen is included in the initial purchase, along with the charger.
  12. Perhaps when I get some more use, as of right now, I'm extremely impressed. The flexibility is nice, I'm able to consume content while laying in bed as a tablet (youtube, twitch, even kindle books) then get actual stuff done when I snap on the keyboard, or take notes with the pen.
  13. hahah, yes, I bought it (with graduation money, for use in college next year)
  14. So far I've gotten "Don't Starve", Amnesia, risk of rain (super fun coop), prison architect, and payday 2
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