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ImABaldEagle

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  1. Using the 1070 that I'm using now, the monitor has run flawlessly at 60hz in the past alongside 2 1080p monitors, one of them at 144hz and the other at 60hz. Now, in all instances (idling, gaming, anything else I do), the monitor is only running at 30hz. It's the fastest it is able to be set to in the Windows display settings. When it's plugged in by itself it does reach 60hz BUT there is another interesting thing to note: this can be achieved using a display port to hdmi cable, which is what I used in the past with my old monitor setup. When I try to use that cable with my new monitor setup, the monitor acts as if there is no input through it. I had plugged all the monitors into the video card, no software was used to configure them, only the display settings in windows. There are no splitters of any kind in between the cables: just straight cables from the card to the monitors. I'll download the nvidia control panel and try messing with the settings, then get back to this post. I appreciate the quick responses. Thanks guys!
  2. Hi everyone! I've searched quite a lot to find an answer to this question, but I'm not convinced I've found any proper solutions... I'll link my build here for reference: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/imabaldeagle/saved/yxWkTW So the issue I'm having is that my 4k monitor will only run at 30hz instead of 60, as it has for most of the time I've owned it. I recently upgraded my build and replaced 2 of my old monitors (both 1080p, one 60hz, one 144hz) with 3 new ones (all 1080p, 144hz). This leaves me with those 3 monitors as well as my 4k monitor. My assumption is that my current video card, EVGA GTX 1070 8GB FTW, isn't powerful enough to run the 3 1080p 144hz monitors alongside the 4k monitor at 60hz. Instead I've had to run the 4k monitor at 30hz. Unfortunately, until the 3080s become available again, I won't have a more powerful graphics card to test this on. I've already ruled out the cable as the potential issue. I'd just appreciate if someone who knows their stuff can confirm my suspicion or potentially provide me with additional troubleshooting options. Thanks guys Edit: I'd like to note that this is my first post, so please let me know if I didn't provide the right information or if I'm violating any rules by posting this and I'll get it sorted out ASAP. Thanks!
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