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December 11, 2017, 10:46:50 AM
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I posted this over on the gpumining subreddit and im also going to post it here because im completely baffled by what could be causing this issue. https://www.reddit.com/r/gpumining/comments/7j1bev/1_of_3_monitors_starting_to_flicker_on_and_off/

I recently started mining and everything has been going well, but when i toggled on optimize compute performance and set DSR factor to 2x (to stop the in use bug) and restarted my computer, My 3rd monitor using the onboard GPU started to flicker on and off. I disabled OCP globally and enabled it as application specific instead (On the cuda miner), But the problem is persisting with the 3rd monitor and onboard card. What could be causing it?
Dedicated GPU 980 TI
onboard used only for that 1 monitor is a intel HD 4600
The flicker continues whether the miner is running or not. Reverting changes in the Nvidia panel also did not work. The problem only started after restarting the computer. Any help is greatly appreciated.
The monitor in question is a asus 1080p, their is another 1080p LG monitor and 4k display that are both unaffected, both plugged into the 980ti so i assume it has something to do with the onboard card.

Edit: Added a video https://youtu.be/naXwYsROtM4

Edit 2: Uninstalling and reinstalling the Intel drive has not fixed the problem

If anyone could give me something to even try because im out of ideas.
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December 11, 2017, 11:06:03 AM
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To make matters even more interesting, Running a CPU miner (sumo in this case) stops the screen from flickering. Lol. Wtf
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December 11, 2017, 12:16:31 PM
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Looks like a lamp problem with monitor.
Try replace monitors to check problem in gpu or monitor

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