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Monitor Not Working with 144hz

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Plz help, I have a RX 580 & an Asus VG248QE and after I woke up today my monitor refuses to accept signal from displayport and just flashes no signal, but works with HDMI and when DVI is plugged in if I go to change to 144hz in windows display adapter properties it says I'm not using a dual link DVI cable even though I know I am, and it shows static and then windows resets it to 60hz and it's fine.

 

Tried:

DDU With Latest and Old drivers

Running Ubuntu (doesn't even show a display in bios)

Monitor and cable work with 144hz on another PC in the house

 

Other Specs

Windows 10 Pro 64 bit

Ryzen 7 1700x

16gb Ram

ASUS B350-F Gaming Motherboard

Corsair CX600

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Kayleee said:

Plz help, I have a RX 580 & an Asus VG248QE and after I woke up today my monitor refuses to accept signal from displayport and just flashes no signal, but works with HDMI and when DVI is plugged in if I go to change to 144hz in windows display adapter properties it says I'm not using a dual link DVI cable even though I know I am, and it shows static and then windows resets it to 60hz and it's fine.

 

Tried:

DDU With Latest and Old drivers

Running Ubuntu (doesn't even show a display in bios)

Monitor and cable work with 144hz on another PC in the house

 

Other Specs

Windows 10 Pro 64 bit

Ryzen 7 1700x

16gb Ram

ASUS B350-F Gaming Motherboard

Corsair CX600

 

 

Do you have any other cables to test it? 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Whiro said:

Do you have any other cables to test it? 

Yep I tried a brand new one I bought today and it's the same issue, both the new and old had success running 144hz on an old PC I have laying around.

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36 minutes ago, Kayleee said:

Yep I tried a brand new one I bought today and it's the same issue, both the new and old had success running 144hz on an old PC I have laying around.

Seems to be a Linux issue.  Or it doesn't let you in Linux and Windows ?



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Posted · Original PosterOP
10 minutes ago, Mike Tyson said:

Seems to be a Linux issue.  Or it doesn't let you in Linux and Windows ?

It doesn't do 144hz in Linux or windows 

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32 minutes ago, Kayleee said:

It doesn't do 144hz in Linux or windows 

It’s possible that dp port on gpu went bad. Any chance you can test the monitor on different pc? Or this card on different monitor using dp 


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1 hour ago, Whiro said:

It’s possible that dp port on gpu went bad. Any chance you can test the monitor on different pc? Or this card on different monitor using dp 

Nice post chief.  Well doesn't his video card have other DP ports try those try changing cable and or:  Change it to another PCIe slot on your board.



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