Solved Uncomfortable picture with new setup

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Rhao F.

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My picture feels very uncomfortable on new setup (no problem watching my Tv or work on Ntb -> no eye strain problem here).

I've tried many changes like; ram sticks order, firmware\bios versions, clearing rtc, xmp profiles, memok! switch, but problem remains. In some cases picture was better, but still very, very unpleasant to the eye. (no chance to work on it)

Same results on monitor (Benq XL2411T - DVI-D Dual 144hz) or Tv (55" Q67R QLED 4K, HDMI 120hz). Problem occurred from first installation with original bios\firmware\cd drivers.

I will appreciate your help, very much.
Rhao (Czech republic, skilled user)

Setup:
Mobo: ROG STRIX Z390-F GAMING
Gpu: ROG STRIX-GTX1080-O8G-GAMING
Cpu: Intel Core i9-9900K
Ram: HyperX Predator Black 32GB 3333MHz DDR4 CL16 DIMM (Kit of 4) XMP (HX433C16PB3K4/32)
 

Pyro

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What do you mean by uncomfortable?

If you are talking about the colour or viewing angles, that is a TN panel, meaning it's less vibrant and
comfortable" to some in exchange for faster refresh rates and lower response times.

If it feels stretched or shrunk, it's possible your monitor and applications are running at different resolutions, this can sometimes cause a fuzzy and distorted look.

Finally, you can adjust the colours by right clicking on your desktop and selecting Nvidia Control Panel>Adjust video color settings. This will allow you to fine tune visuals to look best for you.

I hope this helps in some way,
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Rhao F.

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I have probably found a problem: I got only 550w corsair, GPU is undersupplied. With integrated GPU all works fine and picture is full without flickering.

Thx Pyro anyway :)

r
 

Pyro

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Glad you found your answer!

Stay safe in these uncertain times,
 
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