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  1. #1
    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array
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    PG287Q and tri sli issues

    I recently finished building my new system. I had zero issues before with my asus pb287q. I now have had one blue screen and two crashes to a snowy pixelated screen with the pg278q monitor.

    Specs:
    Asus RIVBE
    4960x
    32gb dominator GT ram
    3 x EVGA Kinping GPUS
    corsair ax1500i psu

    Everything running at stock speeds.

    I get crazy stuttering with gsync and sli turned on. I am on the latest whql NVidia driver. I have tried 60/120/144. 144hz seems to be the worst for stuttering.

    Any ideas?

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    Try iCafe 340.72 drivers and let us know if it gets better.

    G-Sync is smooth on single card only. To me, it's an issue related to frame-latency variability of the SLI.

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    I bought the Monitor last december it went fine for a couple of days. I had the Asus VK 278Q before. I have the Bug "OUT OF RANGE" when windows Starts up. While switching thru the frequencies with the Turbo Button it would also go "OUT OF RANGE". I noticed in the NVIDIA CONTROL PANEL that there is a tab with User Defined Resolution, when try to pick a Refresh Rate it just displays 144Hz. Does anyone have the same problem and possibly knows a fix for it?

    My System:

    Windows 7 Ultimate Service Pack 1
    ASUS RIVE
    CPU: i7-4930K @ Stock Speed
    32GB CORSAIR VENGEANCE "NON KIT" @ 1600 MHz via XMP
    OS Disk: 256GB Sandisk SSD
    RAID 0: 2x 256GB Sandisk SSD
    Back Up: 2TB WD Green
    GPUs: 3x ASUS GTX 660Ti DC2 Top (Factory OC)
    PSU: Coolermaster 1300W
    GPU Tweak 2.7.5.0
    NVIDIA DRIVER 347.09

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    ROG Enthusiast Array simfreak101 PC Specs
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    MotherboardRampage V Extreme
    Processor5930K
    Memory (part number)Corsair 2x cmk32gx4m4a2666c16
    Graphics Card #1EVGA 04G-2983-KR
    Graphics Card #2EVGA 04G-2983-KR
    Graphics Card #3EVGA 04G-2983-KR
    Storage #1LSI 9341 PCI3.0 8x12gbs
    Storage #26x OCZ Vertex3
    CPU CoolerEKWB Supremacy EVO
    CaseCooler Master Storm Trooper
    Power SupplyEnermax 1350 Plt
    Keyboard Corsair Vengance K70
    Mouse Roccat Tyon
    OS Windows 8.1

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    im running windows 8.1; i havent had any of these issues;
    Im running 3 980 EVGA's with 3 ROG's;

    I have found that windows 7 has the worst support in new hardware. It might work, but it doesnt work well. Once i went to windows 8.1 w/up everything worked so much better.

    The only issue i have had, it now that i have the ROG's it takes about 2 minutes for the computer to shut down. Meaning, it sits at a black screen for 2 min before the PC turns off. This only started when i got the ROG's nothing else changed. I just live with it.

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