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Hi all, I just recently completed a pc build and my gpu is an RTX 2060 Super FE. I just received my new Alienware 27 inch 240hz IPS monitor today, and at 240hz, I have white pixels flashing on dark surfaces, and if I open chrome google has considerable distortion and screen tearing. It’s lesser at 144hz but still there, and runs fine at 120hz or 60hz. I’ve updated drivers, checked resolutions, everything I could think of but still nothing has helped my issue. Dell customer support came to the conclusion that my GPU was too “high end” for the monitor, but that doesn’t sit quite right with me as they both cane out around the same time last year. Hopefully someone has a fix before I return the thing!
 
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Just because both the gpu and the monitor were released at around the same time, doesn't mean the monitor can handle the high rez. The 'new' monitor maybe an economy model for people to run MS Office.
 

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Just because both the gpu and the monitor were released at around the same time, doesn't mean the monitor can handle the high rez. The 'new' monitor maybe an economy model for people to run MS Office.
I’m aware, but the monitor is a 240hz gaming monitor from Alienware. Not a basic Dell or HP monitor. I could even see pixels flashing red/white while using my older PS4
 
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