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Question [Blue Corner + Booting Stuck (?)] - New Setup

Jun 23, 2020
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CPU: Ryzen 9 3900X
Motherboard: AORUS x570 PRO WIFI
Memory: G.SKILL RipJaws V Series (32 GB, 2x16) 3600 MHz
GPU: EVGA 2070 Super XC Ultra
Storage: Samsung SSD 970 PRO 512GB M.2
PSU: Corsair V1300 Platinum (1300W)
Case: Corsair Obsidian 500D
Water Cooling: Corsair H150i PRO RGB AIO (360mm)
Monitor #1: LG 27GL850 27" (2560x1440 144 Hz, G-Sync Compatible)
Monitor #2: Acer B277 bmiprzx 27" (1920x1080 75 Hz)

As stated, this is a freshly new setup (approximately 10 days old). Not sure what's causing this. It doesn't generally interrupt my gaming sessions and it's generally fixed by manually pressing the power button off/on once again. It only happens when booting after several hours of rest between sessions.

At first, i thought it was either the 2004 Windows Update or G-Sync Compatible causing it so i rolled both the update to 1909 and turned G-Sync Compatible OFF. However, that doesn't seem to have fixed the issue. My temps are generally low (50/less for the CPU and 65-68 on the GPU under Heavy Load). I considered the possibility of it being a compatibility issue between the 2 different resolution/frequency Monitor(s) but i rather get a more professional opinion. I personally payed a "certified" 3rd Party to build it from the dust since i don't know much about Setup(s) in general. Would appreciate any help i could get as i spent a big load on this setup for it to be causing issues straight from the box. Will help with any information you guys might require for it to be fixed.
 
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Edit #1: It became like this now. Starting to think it has something to do with my 2nd Monitor or if my GPU actually came damaged and needs to be RMA'd. Would appreciate other people's opinion.

Edit #2: Performed both Cinebench R20 & Valley Benchmark. Both finished without any issues nor crashes (disconnected 2nd Monitor). Would be safe to assume the GPU is not defective.
 
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