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Black bleed in sleep? Why does the monitor glow when it's in sleep? 27" 1440p 144 Hz IPS

Just now, Anon7mous said:

What can I do to set it in sleep mode? I've set the sleep mode for monitor in windows on 1 minute and that's how it looks after 1 minute.

set the entire machine to sleep after 1 minute , essentially the machine needs to not send a signal for the monitor to sleep

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Posted · Original PosterOP

As the title says, is this normal?`The monitor is Acer Nitro XV272UP and is brand new. I didn't change any settings and the monitor is connected to 5700 XT over HDMI.

 

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Is it a ips panel ?

 

If so, it’s glow/ ips bleed. Not much you can do.. some have worse than others 


 

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13 minutes ago, emosun said:

that monitor isn't in sleep mode it's just on showing a black image

What can I do to set it in sleep mode? I've set the sleep mode for monitor in windows on 1 minute and that's how it looks after 1 minute.

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15 minutes ago, Stormseeker9 said:

Is it A IPs panel !

If so, it’s glow/ ips bleed. Not much you can do.. some have worse than others 

I know it's hard to see the glow without seeing it live but does that look acceptable to you? Why does it even glow when it's in sleep mode?

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Just now, Anon7mous said:

What can I do to set it in sleep mode? I've set the sleep mode for monitor in windows on 1 minute and that's how it looks after 1 minute.

set the entire machine to sleep after 1 minute , essentially the machine needs to not send a signal for the monitor to sleep

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14 minutes ago, emosun said:

set the entire machine to sleep after 1 minute , essentially the machine needs to not send a signal for the monitor to sleep

Ah you're right. I just tested it and the monitor went really completely off. I usually have my monitor set to go to sleep in 10 min and PC in 30 or 1 hour and that's why it didn't work. 

The only question that remains, why did it work on my last monitor? I could set it to go to sleep without having to put my entire PC to sleep...

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45 minutes ago, Anon7mous said:

why did it work on my last monitor?

this monitor might just not support whatever feature allows the monitor to simply go into standby , I believe using something like hdmi instead of dvi might have this effect on some monitors. 

For example a televison won't shut off when it looses an hdmi signal

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