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RedReding

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  1. Thanks for your answer man. I'll try and tweak it with Afterburner see what happens.
  2. Hi all, I've got a HP Envy 13inch i5-8265U CPU @ 1.60 Ghz, 1800 Mhz with the MX250 10W version. Has anyone experience in overclocking this card ? What would be the best settings to use and which program ? Thanks in advance Red
  3. Thanks a lot for your answer even though it doesn't help me much.Such a frustrating problem. I guess i'll just wait and hope till the blue LED turns on by itself again so that I can access the OSD again (no idea why it should be related though)
  4. Still having the same problem... No one has a solution ?
  5. I know that obviously haha, that's why I said that when I press the jog button nothing happens.
  6. I'm talking about this, the on-screen display. external-content.duckduckgo.com.jfif
  7. Hi all, I'm desperately trying to trigger the OSD on my Samsung Monitor (Samsung 32-inch UR590C UHD 4K LU32R590CWNXZA) in order to swtich between HDMI and Display Port sources. My HP Envy computer doesn't get detected when I connect it through USB-C to DisplayPort with the adequate cable so I'd like to enter the display's OSD to select the source manually. I had that problem before and the problem got solved by itself when I connected my PS4 through HDMI, suddenly my LED light turned blue (was off priory) and I was able to access the OSD. But this time, even performing a "hard reset" pressing the OSD button for 10 seconds doesn't do the trick. Any thoughts ? It's driving me crazy ha. Best Red
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