3 Monitor Setup Problem

therealmarky4u

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I just bought a new monitor LG 34um95-p. But i use to have 2 24 inches asus monitors. so when i plugged the lg monitor worked fine, but everytime the computer sleeps or reboot it messes the display, the LG woud show an "Out of Range" signal, then even if i reboot the problem would exist. the only fix is to everytime uninstall the driver for my videocard and reinstall it again.

MY PC:
i7 six core
evga nvidia gtx 980
32G RAM - 8x4G 2400mhz
mobo - asus rampage v extreme
 

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Well a temporary but immediate fix would be to set your monitor to not "sleep". Have you tried installing a different driver? Perhaps an older one? Just to make sure, you're using these 3 monitors together with Nvidia surround right?
 

therealmarky4u

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i tried installing all versions of drivers, from oldest to newest. Same Effects:(
Tried using nvidia sorround and regular extending the 3 monitors through the change resolution menu.
 

therealmarky4u

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LG 34um95-p i put 3440x1440 (as recommended) this is the main display #1. the two asus 24 inch monitors they have 1980x1080 resolutions. The thing is if i only use the LG 34um95-p 32 inch monitor, I don't get problems, or if i use the two asus monitors I don't get problems too. The time i get problems is if i try combining monitors with the LG 34um95-p.
 

hang-the-9

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Try setting all 3 monitors to the 1980x1080 resolutio and ake sure they are at 60 refresh rate.

Also check the specs on the video card, the outputs you are using may not be able to run all the monitors especially with that 34" high res display.
 

therealmarky4u

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Tried setting all the monitors to same resolutions still the same problem

Specs for the video card
4096x2160 = Maximum Digital Resolution
2048x1536 = Maximum VGA Resolution
 

hang-the-9

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You may want to check with EVGA and see what they say the setup should be. It's not likely that members on here would have a similar setup as you and could say how to get it working.

Heck, I just upgraded to a GTX 760 a few weeks ago and have a 3 yr old CPU, which was also an upgrade from a 4-5 yr old CPU LOL
 

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I'll try to contact EVGA, and i'll update you because i know a lot of people are having problems with mixing monitors with this LG 32 inch monitor
 

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