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  1. Will do, hopefully that solves it. Thanks.
  2. So this is the 2nd time this has happened (last time was around a fortnight ago), I changed the display port cable to a brand new one afterwards, and I switched output ports on my GPU (GTX 1070). Only fix I found, albeit temporary, was to slap it a little. It only stays like this for about 30 seconds left untouched. I'm 99% sure its not the GPU as it doesn't occur on my 2nd monitor and when I unplugged the DP cable from the GPU (while the issue was still occurring) it was still displaying the issue on the "No signal" screen. Is it worth just replacing it or is there a fix? Monitor: Acer Predator XB241H 24" (roughly 3 to 4 years old)