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Eyefinity - One of my monitors goes blank.

Good day.

I have a problem running eyefinitiy. Currently one of my monitors keeps going black and then coming back with the image.

I have tried replacing the monitor with another monitor of the same model.
I have also tried replacing the graphics card with the same model.

Monitors: 3x 'Dell U2410'
GPX Card: AMD Radeon HD 7900 Series.

The ports I’m using are: HDMI, DVI, DisplayPort.
My monitors natively support display port and I am not using an adaptor.

I am wondering if I am missing some sort of setting or it’s a power issue?
I had a quick read of your guide on the forum and I am sure that i have set it up correctly.
I am not sure what else to try so any help in this matter would really be appreciated,

Thank for your time.


Computer Specs
Operating System: Windows 7 64-bit
Processor: Intel i7-3770k CPU @ 3.50Ghz
Memory: 16384mb RAM
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  2. Thank you for your response kuntha, I thoughts that you could have any combination of ports for up to 2x monitors but anything about that had to be display ports.

    I didn't realize that dvi and hdmi were not compatable. To this end i have gone out and bought a new display port cable and replaced the dvi one. Hopefully this will solve this problem now. I will get back to you how i do. THX for your time.

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    After over 12 hours not a single crash on my screen, works perfectly, thank you again.
  3. Wasn't that solved with a driver updates? the non dvi/hdmi? or was it card specific? because currently I'm running 2 dvi and 1 hdmi with my eyefinity display.
  4. getdamafiaonyou said:
    Wasn't that solved with a driver updates? the non dvi/hdmi? or was it card specific? because currently I'm running 2 dvi and 1 hdmi with my eyefinity display.


    i think you have a newer card or its because your on dual link.
  5. Both, I thought he was on dual link too, my bad.
  6. getdamafiaonyou said:
    Both, I thought he was on dual link too, my bad.


    it s okay.
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