Question Problem With Noise On My Display

Aug 25, 2019
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Hello.
I have a LED Samsung monitor and I had this display for a quite a while now. I guess around 7 or 8 years. And my problem is that recently I see some kind of noise on it and the noise intensifies on pixels that is rendering certain colors. For instance the default background of win 10 has very little noise but light brown colors for instance is more noisy. And if I pan the screen so the noisy colors are in a different position on screen the noise moves with it too. Here are some screenshots. Sorry for the link I don't know why but I can't insert images:

https://ibb.co/2PfD05V

https://ibb.co/qnhzL4D

https://ibb.co/MNWVKYb

So my questions is, Is it repairable or my display is dead? And can it be from my GPU? A few months ago I bought a 1080 and I noticed the noise some weeks after that. It is possible that the noise was there before the new GPU and I missed it. But I'm not sure. But I checked my monitor with another system and the noise was there but it was less.
Thanks.
 

Fix_that_Glitch

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Because of the age you stated of the monitor.To me it looks like the harware in your monitor are going. However you can troubleshoot some things, Does it stay if you change resolutions, try another cable, try updating your gpu drivers. If none of this cures the problem then it is probably hardware in the monitor.
 
Aug 25, 2019
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Because of the age you stated of the monitor.To me it looks like the harware in your monitor are going. However you can troubleshoot some things, Does it stay if you change resolutions, try another cable, try updating your gpu drivers. If none of this cures the problem then it is probably hardware in the monitor.
Yeah I already did all of those:sweatsmile: I guess the display is a goner😢 I wonder if it's repairable tho:confused2: Thanks for the reply
 

Fix_that_Glitch

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By the time you pay shipping, both ways, and repair costs, you are still left with a 7 year old model monitor. I would just cut your losses, you got a lot of years out of your monitor, time to treat yourself to a new one.;)
 
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By the time you pay shipping, both ways, and repair costs, you are still left with a 7 year old model monitor. I would just cut your losses, you got a lot of years out of your monitor, time to treat yourself to a new one.;)
Haha yeah you are right!😀 I guess I should start hunting a good monitor to buy.
 

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