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Question monitor goes black for a second randomly several times every hour

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my specs;
i3 3220
4gb ram
128gb ssd
320gb hdd
zebronics h61 mobo
cooler master mwe 80+ bronze psu
and the monitor is just a cheap 35 dollar foxin's monitor

so the problem is that when i plug something in any socket in my house the monitor looses the display or when i switch on something, it also happens when the UPS makes a click type of noise may be because of power fluctuation(they are common in india) and yeah the screen does not simply goes black screen by black i mean black like when you turn it off, and resumes after a second or two, i dont care about the monitor but i fear if it can damage my pc, sorry for the bad english
 

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Titan
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Welcome to the forums, newcomer!

How old is the PSU in your build? What is the wattage of the PSU in your build? Seems like you might be having a power related issue with the wall socket and the grounding in your crib. Might want to get a certified electrician to take a look at your power and the grounding in your house.
 
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Welcome to the forums, newcomer!

How old is the PSU in your build? What is the wattage of the PSU in your build? Seems like you might be having a power related issue with the wall socket and the grounding in your crib. Might want to get a certified electrician to take a look at your power and the grounding in your house.
yeah i dont have grounding in my house i checked it and its almost impossible for me to get all that work done, is there a temporary solution for this, my PSU is 450watt and is almost new a month old but the monitor is running like this from a long time
 
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Hello

I and a few people are experiencing this issue with the new released LG 27GP950.
for me it was the grounding problem, and for temporary solution i nailed down a long nail on the roof in the corner and attached a wire into it and the other end to the grounding pin of my pc's power cord
 

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