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  1. No, I only tried with the one I had. I'll do that!
  2. It doesn't have WHQL drivers, so a generic driver was installed. I already looked at ASUS website and for my model, there are no drivers. Also, no drivers came with the monitor.
  3. No, no... I have only one monitor.. it's a PC monitor. If I use DP-DP cable to connect my monitor to my PC the NVCP doesn't recognize it as a PC monitor but as a TV (native resolution under HD section). The result is "washed out image". If I use DVI-DP cable the monitor is recognized as a PC monitor and the image is perfect but no sound.
  4. I will but there's a catch. My GPU has 2 DP and 1 HDMI port. I already use HDMI for the connection to my TV since it only has HDMI. So I'll try to get HDMI-DP cable and try that. Anyways, the best solution would be to somehow make DP-DP work as it should. I have no idea why it doesn't. Currently, I use DVI-DP cable and the picture is perfect but there's no sound.
  5. I got it! If I have monitor connected via DisplyPort-DisplyPort cable then the computer thinks it's HD TV and sets native resolution in HD section in Nvidia Control Panel. I happen to had a DVI-DisplayPort cable and tried connecting the monitor with that one. The picture is perfect! The native resolution with this cable is in PC section as it should be. Before I switched cables I also changed the resolution to one not native but in PC section. The picture was fuzzy and the proportions were wrong but no washed out image, blacks were black, so it was about if the native resolution is in HD or in the PC section. The only problem now is that there is no sound via that cable. How can I convince the computer that my monitor is not TV if I use DP-DP cable? What to do so the native resolution in NVCP appears under PC and not TV? Here's how NVCP settings look: https://imgur.com/a/xlMuPok
  6. Man, I don't have any luck with new monitors. I just returned AOC Q2778VQE because of some "motion-blur" issues. I decided I'll just go with standard HD monitor and got myself ASUS VN289Q. There's no more "motion-blur" issue in P3D, I'm happy about that. But there's a new problem. The screen looks washed-out like it's a white transparent overlay over the image all the time (not just in P3D but in general, desktop, everywhere). The monitor has this "Splendid" modes like standard, scenery, movies, night,... One would expect that Standard is the "normal" mode but the image is totally washed-out. Other modes are pretty much useless... I just want a "normal" image. I already reinstalled Nvidia drivers, the resolution is set to native 1920x1080. I tried to change brightness and contrast settings but it only made it worse. Anybody had a similar issue? Is this just the way this monitor is or is there a solution to the problem? I also noticed that in NVCP under "Change resolution" my "native" resolution of 1920x1080 is under "HD" and not "PC" resolutions. There is no 1920x1080 under PC resolutions. Could this have something to do with the issue?
  7. It'd be better if they would be offered as an addon.
  8. 0Artur0

    P£D V4 Graphics Issue

    Did you find any solution to this problem?
  9. Did you find any solution to your problem?
  10. 0Artur0

    Strange image effect when panning around

    Also, if I lock FPS at 30, for example, the whole thing is unplayable... it becomes a stuttery and blurry mess when panning around. Since a lot of folks here locks their FPS at 30 or even lower and are saying their experience is "smooth", I mean, there must be something wrong on my side.
  11. 0Artur0

    Strange image effect when panning around

    Of course, it makes sense. I'm trying to determine if there's something wrong with the monitor or maybe that's just how things are and I just didn't notice it because I had a significantly smaller monitor before... or something. One other option that I didn't consider so far is GPU since I replaced monitor and GPU at the same time. But I made an extensive search on the net about problems people have with RTX 2080Ti and didn't find anything remotely similar. Some of those GPUs have several issues but mine is not one of them.
  12. 0Artur0

    Strange image effect when panning around

    Already done that, same problem.
  13. 0Artur0

    Strange image effect when panning around

    I found another example of exactly what I'm experiencing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNTfnuBN-No This is supposed to have something to do with response time but my monitor is at 1ms which shouldn't be a problem. I thought the monitor has a fault or something but now I'm not so sure anymore. I have a plan to take it to repairs but on the other hand, I don't want to waste their time chasing some non-existent fault. Maybe that's just how things are and I just didn't notice it before because I had 21" monitor and now at 27" it's more obvious? Maybe my eyes are getting older? I don't know, I'm too far down this rabbit hole I think, and I lost all sense of objectivity regarding this matter.
  14. Well... what are the problems you're experiencing?
  15. 0Artur0

    Severe ghosting in P3D 4.4

    What monitor and GPU do you have?