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06-22-2019 08:26 AM
At first I experienced some issues but realized my computer wasn't set to 144 hz and that resolved many of them, but I'm still experiencing this kind of static.
I have it connected to my PC via display port and I've updated the drivers via Nvidia. Still no help.
Is this a defect? I just want to know if it's something I can resolve without returning it.
This is my build-
Processor :: Intel® Core™ i5-9400F Processor (6x 2.90GHz/9MB L3 Cache)
Processor Cooling :: iBUYPOWER 120mm RGB Liquid Cooling System
Memory :: 8GB [8GB x 1] DDR4-2666MHz ADATA
Storage :: 480GB ADATA SU650 SSD
Video Card :: GIGABYTE OC GeForce GTX 1660 - 6GB GDDR5 (VR-Ready)
Motherboard :: ASUS TUF B360M-Plus Gaming S with WiFi
Monitor: HP OMEN 25 Z7Y57A9
06-22-2019 10:42 AM
If you can, connect the monitor to another computer and see if the issue persists. If so, I would take the monitor back to the store for a replacement. If you don't have anything to connect to it, the store might be able to test if for you. Use the cable you have also, if possible. The cable might be failing too.
On that same note, if you can test the computer with another monitor and if it does it, its an issue with the computer.
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