MemberApril 5, 2023 at 8:51 pm34 Credits53 XPOccupation: Just Arrived
Here I bring the latest news.
After I excluded the cable and GPU port, I was pretty sure it’s the middle montior’s problem.
However, I decided to swap the position of the middle one(let’s call it A) and the side one(let’s call it B) and played some games.
Then the wiredest things happen, black screen showed up again, on the monitor B, not A.
So the problem didn’t come with the monitor itself. It just happen in the middle monitor which NV surround defined.
And I did another experiment. I set the fresh rate from 120Hz to 100Hz. After half an hour playing, no black screen so far.
So it’s more like a bandwidth problem.
Now I think maybe it has something to do with the pcie riser cable. I did a vertical mount for my GPU.
I am gonna try stock mount and see what happens.
I assume you install your GPU directly to motherboard, right?