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Samsung LC49RG90SSUXEN 49" Back in stock

Jamie85

Enthusiast
From all the reading I’ve done it should display fine with Gsync off, admittedly I’ve not tried it myself - will have a go at weekend. Last time I tried it inconsistently turned itself back on so don’t want to risk losing the picture and not getting it back on a work day.
Yeah would not risk that again until patch comes out and fixes the issue.

For me i do get black screen but this only lasts for about minute before reverting me back to 120hz instead of 240hz, this seems to only happened in nvdia panel while g-sync enabled.

So this does seem to be very widespread issue, hopefully nvidia get this sorted soon.
 

Jamie85

Enthusiast
Ok,

Maybe i should start new thread here, but i am having a computer problem here.

When rebooting the computer i am now getting 1 long bleep then 3 short bleeps from the motherboard, which from my indication without google is either gpu or ram issue, however nothing has been touched.. not had this issue this morning while booting.

(hopefully nothing is failing on me here)

Could this be down to the new monitor?

i have taken out the display port and the symptoms remain... this really is not my week lol

Again nothing has been touched or altered accept changing the hz to 240 on the monitor :S
 

SpyderTracks

Recluse
Moderator
Ok,

Maybe i should start new thread here, but i am having a computer problem here.

When rebooting the computer i am now getting 1 long bleep then 3 short bleeps from the motherboard, which from my indication without google is either gpu or ram issue, however nothing has been touched.. not had this issue this morning while booting.

(hopefully nothing is failing on me here)

Could this be down to the new monitor?

i ahave taken out the display port and the symptoms remain... this really is not my week lol

Again nothing has been touched or altered accept changing the hz to 240 on the monitor :S
Is it an Asus board?
 

Jamie85

Enthusiast
The pc specialist logo appears on boot up with the old monitor but on the Samsung g9 it does not appear and does not display any imagery on the login window either.. this is strange one but I am getting replacement tomorrow so maybe another issue with the monitor?
 

Jamie85

Enthusiast
Now that everything is perfect again, decided to plug the DisplayPort back into the Samsung g9 and the problem has returned, maybe this could be down to compatibility issues

but the pcs logo does not appear on boot or the bios in other words.. some weird compatibility issue maybe with the 3090 and Samsung g9.

also turned of g sync and the issue remains.
 

Jamie85

Enthusiast
Ok,

So i have done some searching around on the internet and their are a fair few people having this issue with the samsung g9 monitor,
for example overclockers.

I have attached screenshot of this and seems to explain well what i am having.

Booting up does not show the boise, everything is black until the log in screen appears, as the user has said on overclockers the monitor just takes to long to be detected.. and yet my older computer with 1080ti card handles this very well without any problems :-s

This is very bizare issue and has to be bug with the samsung g9.

Once my old monitor is plugged back in boise shows up and the bleep error has gone.

but yet steaky has new rig and seems to not be experiencing this issue. :-(
 

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Jamie85

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Me again with another update lol


Ok this is for sure my Samsung monitor that is responsible for this.

Found temporary fix for this.. once the machine starts up I power on the samsung monitor by turning of and back on 2 clicks.. this boots up fine and with the boise and no bleeps Not doing those 2 power button clicks on the monitor just gives this error again.

However the boise is all weird.. pcs logo is fine but the text for boise settings are in massive stretched out text.
So I am going to say it’s something to do with compatibility issues with the logo maybe?

Also selecting split screen on the monitor with PIP/ this also boots fine with the boise logo and no beep sounds either.
 
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SpyderTracks

Recluse
Moderator
Me again with another update lol


Ok this is for sure my Samsung monitor that is responsible for this.

Found temporary fix for this.. once the machine starts up I power on the samsung monitor by turning of and back on 2 clicks.. this boots up fine and with the boise and no bleeps Not doing those 2 power button clicks on the monitor just gives this error again.

However the boise is all weird.. pcs logo is fine but the text for boise settings are in massive stretched out text.
So I am going to say it’s something to do with compatibility issues with the logo maybe?

Also selecting split screen on the monitor with PIP/ this also boots fine with the boise logo and no beep sounds either.
It's a bug on the board.

Basically, SOME new monitors send a return signal down Pin 20 of the display cable even when they're switched off just to show their presence and that the monitor is there. The board is set to EXPECT this signal which is incorrect and shouldn't be that way as there's a lot more monitors that don't send this return signal.

When it doesn't receive the signal until the monitor is powered on, the board thinks the monitor isn't connected and throws a GPU error.

It's really annoying to say the least.

Which board do you have?

@steaky360 can you confirm which board you have also?

On the plus side, it's a non-issue, it's literally just an inaccurate warning code that has no consequence at all aside from being annoying and the workaround is to power on the monitor before booting the PC.

It may be worth contacting PCS and seeing if there's a BIOS update, you never know, they may have patched it by now.
 

steaky360

Moderator
Moderator
@SpyderTracks @Jamie85 sorry for the tardy response.

I get that same beep code, one long 3 short if I don't have my displays powered when i start the PC (manual reckons its no VGA) - but if I turn on the monitors first, I don't get the problem. I had a moment of severe trepidation when I turned on my PC, left the room to grab something and heard the beeps... when I came back in the PC had booted normally (my monitors are turned on independently of my PC and I'd not powered them up quick enough). My monitors are typically switched off at the wall overnight rather than left on standby.

I'd say @SpyderTracks is on the money here. I've not mentioned it before because the workaround (of simply turning on the monitors first) is now just what I do, I don't really see it as an issue for me as I'm used to switching them on each day, I've got a wee button on my desk that turns on a bank of sockets which my monitors are attached too.

FYI I've got the ASUS® ROG STRIX X570-F
 

Jamie85

Enthusiast
It's a bug on the board.

Basically, SOME new monitors send a return signal down Pin 20 of the display cable even when they're switched off just to show their presence and that the monitor is there. The board is set to EXPECT this signal which is incorrect and shouldn't be that way as there's a lot more monitors that don't send this return signal.

When it doesn't receive the signal until the monitor is powered on, the board thinks the monitor isn't connected and throws a GPU error.

It's really annoying to say the least.

Which board do you have?

@steaky360 can you confirm which board you have also?

On the plus side, it's a non-issue, it's literally just an inaccurate warning code that has no consequence at all aside from being annoying and the workaround is to power on the monitor before booting the PC.

It may be worth contacting PCS and seeing if there's a BIOS update, you never know, they may have patched it by now.
yeah may call pcs to say if their is is Bois update
@SpyderTracks @Jamie85 sorry for the tardy response.

I get that same beep code, one long 3 short if I don't have my displays powered when i start the PC (manual reckons its no VGA) - but if I turn on the monitors first, I don't get the problem. I had a moment of severe trepidation when I turned on my PC, left the room to grab something and heard the beeps... when I came back in the PC had booted normally (my monitors are turned on independently of my PC and I'd not powered them up quick enough). My monitors are typically switched off at the wall overnight rather than left on standby.

I'd say @SpyderTracks is on the money here. I've not mentioned it before because the workaround (of simply turning on the monitors first) is now just what I do, I don't really see it as an issue for me as I'm used to switching them on each day, I've got a wee button on my desk that turns on a bank of sockets which my monitors are attached too.

FYI I've got the ASUS® ROG STRIX X570-F
yeah this works for me to, just turning the monitor on once solves that issue for now.
 

Jamie85

Enthusiast
Just got of the phone to pcs and they just gave me some recommendations for the bios but they all seem to have not done the trick.

my Bois is at the latest version so they confirmed that, but they are going to look into this for me to see whether their is future fix.

Other than that I will just do what steaky has done and just power the monitor before boot.

It’s just a good feeling to know your gpu is not at fault here :)

Also every time I do phone pcs I do give mention about the forums mods etc so honestly appreciate all the help you do give on here.
 

Jamie85

Enthusiast
Ok so got my 3rd monitor and to confirm no dead pixels, hopefully this will be it now lol

Also nightmare getting those monitors back in their box.

the bleeps however still appear to be happening but i know for sure the bios is not responsible now.
 
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