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    PG279Q Popping Noise?

    Hello All

    Is it normal for a monitor to make a popping noise? it happens on my PG279Q Gsync Monitor every hour or so there is no visual defects or display loss so I wonder if it might be thermal expansion?

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    How are you connecting the monitor to your system? It does have internal speakers, that might create some sound..
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    Quote Originally Posted by UltraNEO* View Post
    How are you connecting the monitor to your system? It does have internal speakers, that might create some sound..
    Connecting the Display port cable to my 1080 ti and ac power adapter to a surge protector and using headphones not speakers.

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