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Old 11-08-2017, 01:25 AM   #1
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Hello. I am just asking.
Maybe this is coincidence and i am worrying about nothing. So listen...

2 days ago after turning on kitchen, fuse was tripped and i get power outage. When power back after this i booted pc fine but i saw that Windows 10 desktop refresh changed itself from 144hz to lower value ( i dont remember to which ) . To restore again 144hz , i turned off monitor ,turned again on. And its fine.

Why that happened? I tried to reproduce this issue, by turning off computer and booting again but it never repeat.

And my question is . That was coincidence that after power outage my Windows 10 monitor refresh was changed or not? Thank you.

My pc: 6700K stock

16GB DDR4

Asus Z170-P

Corsair 750 RM

Gtx 1080 Ti Founder Edition

Monitor Red Eagle IIyama 1080 144hz plugged by display port cable to GFX.

I tested games etc etc and no crashes or artifacts.
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Old 11-08-2017, 02:59 AM   #2
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According to the specs Maximum Digital Resolution2 [email protected]
Found here https://www.geforce.co.uk/hardware/1...1080-ti/#specs
If you used something to force the change to 144hz perhaps it reset after the outage.
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Old 11-08-2017, 03:27 AM   #3
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I am using normal standard 144hz 1080p on nvidia panel. No other program used. After power outage when i booted my pc second time,refresh was reset to other lower value ( i dont know which exactly ). To restore 144hz i turn off monitor and turn on again and 144hz was back.

And my question is . That was coincidence that after power outage my Windows 10 monitor refresh was changed or not?
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Old 11-08-2017, 03:30 AM   #4
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Sew, you've been told before that your base supply connection is bad and that you should buy a UPS ;)

If it's now back at 144hz and it's stuck, you have tested and rebooted - then it's fine (until the next time your power trips out... ).
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Ok i know its fine. But just wondering why it reverted to lower value itself.:) Also thank you for reply Satrow.
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