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    tiberiusisgame PC Specs
    MotherboardEVGA Z97 Classified
    ProcessorIntel i7 4790K
    Memory (part number)CMD16GX3M2A2400C10
    Graphics Card #1EVGA NVidia GeForce 1080ti FTW3
    MonitorASUS ROG Swift PG278Q
    Storage #1Samsung Evo 850 500GB
    CPU CoolerCorsair H80i GT
    CaseCooler Master HAF XB EVO
    Power SupplyCorsair AX860i
    Keyboard Corsair Gaming K70 RGB
    Mouse Logitech Proteus Core G502
    Headset Corsair Gaming H1500
    Mouse Pad Corsair MM200
    OS Microsoft Windows 10 Professional

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    ROG Swift PG278Q pulsing on start/distorted text on right side [FIXED]

    TL;DR change your resolution from the nVidia Control Panel to 1920x1080x144hz, then change it back to 2560x1440x144hz.

    I began to notice a faint pulse on the panel when I first booted up the computer. It looked similar to a heart-beat throb in your eye after rigorous exercise. Gradually over a period of minutes, it would fade away and the panel would behave normally. Then I started to notice that moving a window to the right side of the screen made the text appear blurry, like sharp text wasn't enabled, but the left side appeared sharp, as expected.

    I tried:
    1. upgrading the nVidia driver to the latest
    2. changing GPU ports
    3. changing the Display Port cable
    4. using a different computer
    5. resetting the display to default configuration
    6. setting the frequency from 144hz to 60hz.

    Finally, the issue was corrected when I changed the resolution from 2560x1440x144hz to 1920x1080x60hz, then back, as I stated in the beginning.
    I was able to shutdown and reboot the computer and toggle the panel off and on and the fix persisted. I will report back should the fix fail over time however I believe the issue was related to a stuck chip controlling a capacitor that drove the right side of the panel (complete speculation).

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