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Fortified Ookami

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  1. Sorry if this is not the best forum for this post, wasn't sure if it would be better in the section for monitors or not. Today is the second time I have run into an odd graphical issue regarding my LG 34GK950F-B ((34" 1440p 144hz Free-Sync 2)) monitor. Both times, I have witnessed it after leaving my computer idle for some time and returning to it. The screen will take on a greenish-purplish tint, with two dashed pink lines running down the center. Certain GUI elements will also become kind of pixellated in some cases (witnessed this on my login screen, didn't think to grab a pic).
  2. Hi all! I'm having a ridiculous amount of trouble figuring out what my next monitor should be (for a gaming rig), so I figured I'd ask you guys for some help! Sorry in advance for the length, and if it is similar to any posts already out there! I didn't see any. Some background: My current build is as follows: ASUS Strix GTX 1080 Ti Intel i7-6800k with Corsair h115i 16GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 3200MHz RRAM Storage, yadda yadda... I'm coming from an Acer Predator xb271hu IPS, a 27" 1440p 144hz 4ms G-Sync panel overclockable to 165hz. U
  3. Oops, sorry have been busy with getting back to work and forgot to check back. I believe it does take batteries but I will confirm when I get home. EDIT: Actually, come to think of it, I see what you mean. There is an on/off switch on the toy, and now that I actually put my brain to use I'm remembering that the switch only turns the sound on and off. The toy is operated mechanically, which complicates things. Oh well. Thanks for the reply! Lol.
  4. Hi all! My wife and I are currently vacationing at Walt Disney World, Orlando for our honeymoon, and the other day we each adopted one of those animatronic banshee toys from the Pandora section of the Animal Kingdom (based on the Ikran from James Cameron's Avatar - see attached)! I thought it might be fun to base my next PC build off of my banshee colors, with a little bit of an Avatar theme splashed in. Then I could perch my banshee on my tower or monitor or something. I'm not really a massive Avatar fan, but the banshee toys look cool enough so I figure it would at least be a fun project wit
  5. I'm not 100% if this is the most appropriate category for this thread, as it's a question that kind of overlaps a few topics. Sorry if It's been asked before; it's kind of difficult to search for because the related keywords aren't really unique/specific enough. Anywho. I (like many people) love jamming out to my favorite tunes while driving, and having playback controls on my steering wheel and dash is IMO one of the best quality-of-life things to happen to cars in recent years. But also I use GPS a lot, and I usually keep my phone plugged in via USB-C to the 12v cigarette lighter
  6. Whoops, thought I replied! My bad! Thanks for the help; I might give it a shot! Or not, I might just deal with it rather than risk the finish. It's really not very often that I notice it.
  7. @MiNy The toothpaste thing is one of the first solutions I saw when I Googled it! Putting toothpaste on my monitor just sounds scary... but maybe I'm just carrying over old fears from the days when people always said to never ever under any circumstances touch your TV/computer screen LOL @W-L I figured that any possible solution would consist of either filling or buffing it; I hadn't considered the anti-glare coating though. Anything specific you would recommend?
  8. Hey LTT Forums! So, I have an Acer Predator XB271HU 1440p 144/165Hz IPS GSync monitor, and it has *one* wee little scratch near the center of the right third of the screen. It's not terrible, I rarely notice it, and it seems to be extremely shallow. (Ignore the dust on the picture; I also need to clean it...) However, it would be really awesome if there were some way to safely get it to effectively disappear! I don't want to do anything that would risk damaging my monitor though. While I'm a pretty tech-enthusiastic consumer, my knowledge of hardware on that level isn't particular
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