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January 14, 2013, 06:06:28 PM
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what monitor (lcd 24+ inches) turns off and on the fastest

tired of seeing the stupid loading screen, waiting to recover from sleep...

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January 14, 2013, 06:17:00 PM
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what monitor (lcd 24+ inches) turns off and on the fastest

tired of seeing the stupid loading screen, waiting to recover from sleep...

From sleep? Should be instant! ASUS / DELL were instant for me (well a sec tops)
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January 14, 2013, 06:37:16 PM
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takes 3-4 seconds to turn on from off

'ASUS'

two different models

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January 15, 2013, 03:51:17 AM
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LCD monitors should only take 1-2 seconds to turn on from being completely off, and almost instantly from standby.

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Um, monitors don't have loading screens, though some display an error message if the monitor comes on before the computer does. If you're seeing any image on the monitor, the monitor is already on, and if that image isn't what you were expecting, the problem is with your computer, not the monitor.

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January 15, 2013, 04:06:57 AM
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what monitor (lcd 24+ inches) turns off and on the fastest

tired of seeing the stupid loading screen, waiting to recover from sleep...

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January 15, 2013, 04:07:52 AM
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LCD monitors should only take 1-2 seconds to turn on from being completely off, and almost instantly from standby.

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Um, monitors don't have loading screens, though some display an error message if the monitor comes on before the computer does. If you're seeing any image on the monitor, the monitor is already on, and if that image isn't what you were expecting, the problem is with your computer, not the monitor.

its about halfway waiting for monitor to show anything, then it goes black and shows the real output

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January 15, 2013, 05:14:20 AM
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its about halfway waiting for monitor to show anything, then it goes black and shows the real output
Huh What do you mean "it goes black"? Isn't it supposed to already be black if it's not showing anything? If not, what exactly is it showing? If it's showing an error message such as "No signal/Check connection", then your monitor is already on, and it's your computer that's taking a while to come out of sleep mode, and replacing the monitor won't help.

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January 15, 2013, 05:24:49 AM
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its about halfway waiting for monitor to show anything, then it goes black and shows the real output
Huh What do you mean "it goes black"? Isn't it supposed to already be black if it's not showing anything? If not, what exactly is it showing? If it's showing an error message such as "No signal/Check connection", then your monitor is already on, and it's your computer that's taking a while to come out of sleep mode, and replacing the monitor won't help.

PC on and awake, monitor Off
push button
1.5 seconds
'ASUS, power and innovation'
2 seconds
black
1.5 seconds
normal OS screen

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January 15, 2013, 05:25:34 AM
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My current Samsung (SyncMasterP2450), and all the Acer's I've ever owned never did this.

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January 15, 2013, 05:26:39 AM
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My current Samsung (SyncMasterP2450), and all the Acer's I've ever owned never did this.

under windows 7?

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January 15, 2013, 05:36:03 AM
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Off
push button
1.5 seconds
'ASUS, power and innovation'
2 seconds
black
1.5 seconds
normal OS screen
Huh? You said you were putting your computer into sleep mode. Not turning anything off. Are you putting your computer into hibernation instead? Huge difference. It's normal to take several seconds to come out of hibernation, if that's what you're doing. If not, I really have no idea what you are doing. Huh

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January 15, 2013, 05:38:30 AM
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PC on and awake, monitor Off
push button
1.5 seconds
'ASUS, power and innovation'
2 seconds
black
1.5 seconds
normal OS screen
Huh? You said you were putting your computer into sleep mode. Not turning anything off. Are you putting your computer into hibernation instead? Huge difference. It's normal to take several seconds to come out of hibernation, if that's what you're doing. If not, I really have no idea what you are doing. Huh

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January 15, 2013, 05:43:19 AM
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dell 30" is annoyingly slow to wake up.

move the mouse and the little samsung 24" comes back instantly, then the dell takes forever to decide to show something.

in comparison, samsung 305T (30") was really fast... but they don't make them any more.
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January 15, 2013, 07:03:15 AM
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PC on and awake, monitor Off
push button
1.5 seconds
'ASUS, power and innovation'
2 seconds
black
1.5 seconds
normal OS screen
I've never seen any monitor do anything like that when turned off and on while it still has a video signal. Every monitor I've ever used just displays what it's supposed to immediately as soon it's turned on.

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January 15, 2013, 02:43:57 PM
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My current Samsung (SyncMasterP2450), and all the Acer's I've ever owned never did this.

under windows 7?
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January 15, 2013, 05:54:33 PM
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PC on and awake, monitor Off
push button
1.5 seconds
'ASUS, power and innovation'
2 seconds
black
1.5 seconds
normal OS screen
I've never seen any monitor do anything like that when turned off and on while it still has a video signal. Every monitor I've ever used just displays what it's supposed to immediately as soon it's turned on.

hmm do you have 2+ monitors on one video card? win7

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January 15, 2013, 06:37:50 PM
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PC on and awake, monitor Off
push button
1.5 seconds
'ASUS, power and innovation'
2 seconds
black
1.5 seconds
normal OS screen
I've never seen any monitor do anything like that when turned off and on while it still has a video signal. Every monitor I've ever used just displays what it's supposed to immediately as soon it's turned on.
Well then, you've probably got exactly what he's looking for!  What brand/model are you using?  I've never seen any monitor display anything immediately after being turned on - all the ones I have used seem to take at least 2-3 seconds before they display a picture.

Personally, the Dell monitor I am currently using (a current model 23") stays black for 3 seconds after being turned on, then has the "source" information (DVI, etc) displayed over top of the actual video content for the next 3 seconds, which is moderately obnoxious.
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January 16, 2013, 01:57:01 AM
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hmm do you have 2+ monitors on one video card? win7
One monitor, on Linux. Though that won't make any difference if the problem really is the monitor. If you're getting different behaviour with 2 monitors vs. 1 monitor, then it's your video card/driver doing something screwy as opposed to your monitor.

Well then, you've probably got exactly what he's looking for!  What brand/model are you using?  I've never seen any monitor display anything immediately after being turned on - all the ones I have used seem to take at least 2-3 seconds before they display a picture.
I mean, as soon as an image comes up (usually in 1-2 seconds), it's what it's supposed to be, with no stupid splash screens.

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January 16, 2013, 05:46:45 PM
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hmm do you have 2+ monitors on one video card? win7
One monitor, on Linux. Though that won't make any difference if the problem really is the monitor. If you're getting different behaviour with 2 monitors vs. 1 monitor, then it's your video card/driver doing something screwy as opposed to your monitor.

Well then, you've probably got exactly what he's looking for!  What brand/model are you using?  I've never seen any monitor display anything immediately after being turned on - all the ones I have used seem to take at least 2-3 seconds before they display a picture.
I mean, as soon as an image comes up (usually in 1-2 seconds), it's what it's supposed to be, with no stupid splash screens.
Oh, I took immediately to mean immediately.  Wink

I think some of the older Dell monitors would show a splash screen as well, but yeah, that's garbage.  Who wants to wait extra for the company logo to disappear?
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