Gtx 1070 /Ben Q gw2765ht crash/blue-black screen

  Rodzyn3496 18:59 18 Oct 16

Hi everyone,

I recently purchased a new desktop and a monitor. While playing the witcher 3 in 1440 the screen went first blue with small white squares all over it and switched itself off, I tried to reboot it, but it was showing on the screen that the hdmi was not detected. I waited several minutes and managed to turn the pc back up on, I was browsing for about 10 minutes without any problems but as soon as I stared playing the witcher after a few minutes the same thing occurred but this time the screen went completely black, and it was showing in the right down corner of the screen'out of range '. Again I couldn't get the monitor to work the box was running but it wasn't detecting the hdmi cable, when I finally managed to turn it back on the screen dwonscaled itself to 720 with only a small window in the center of the screen. Does anyone know what's going on here? Can you please help me determine which one is faulty here, the box or the monitor?,

  Rodzyn3496 21:44 22 Oct 16

Not a single reply.. I've sent the PC and the monitor back to have them refunded. Have a Nice weekend

  rdave13 22:49 22 Oct 16

Best thing you can do with a new PC bundle. That's why no replies.

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