Optix MAG272CQR Power Save Mode Problem?

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Finally... for those who may concern... i finally see my screen turning off, including backlight. September 2021. I don't know what made it work, i've always performed upgrades of everything as soon as they become available (windows, graphic card, msi drivers and utilities...). At this round, it may have got the right bit. So far so good...
 

fauc

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Please flash firmware to v11 or latest and then it will be showed "Auto Scan" item.
 
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Why? I just got the expected behaviour without firmware upgrade. As I imagined, it was not a firmware issue in the monitor but a graphic card driver issue or windows driver issue, that kept DP port signal on, ignoring the off-screen event generated when configured period of time expired. Moreover, it's not possible to self upgrade this family of MSI monitor and to do that, need to be sent to repair center. I did, but, as i wrote in previous post, MSI support told me that firmware version availability is LCD panel dependent, that means, different batches of monitors may have lcd panels of different manufacturer, or, same manufacturer and different revision, and each device, identified by the s/n, has it's own firmware compatibility. For my MAG322CQR with the lcd panel, there wasn't any firmware upgrade and the v0.10 already installed is the final one.
 

skedkevi15a802e7

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Why? I just got the expected behaviour without firmware upgrade. As I imagined, it was not a firmware issue in the monitor but a graphic card driver issue or windows driver issue, that kept DP port signal on, ignoring the off-screen event generated when configured period of time expired. Moreover, it's not possible to self upgrade this family of MSI monitor and to do that, need to be sent to repair center. I did, but, as i wrote in previous post, MSI support told me that firmware version availability is LCD panel dependent, that means, different batches of monitors may have lcd panels of different manufacturer, or, same manufacturer and different revision, and each device, identified by the s/n, has it's own firmware compatibility. For my MAG322CQR with the lcd panel, there wasn't any firmware upgrade and the v0.10 already installed is the final one.
So i need to wait with my MSI Optix MAG271R ... [***CENSORED***]...

Just then when i received my 6900XT :(
 

tmtore14ef02cb

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I'd just like to note that I have an issue that seems somewhat related to this as well. I have two G273Q though. The monitors seem to sleep just fine, my issue is whenever these two monitors are not the active monitors but another display is active (I switch from 3 monitors when at desk to only TV when in bed) they will constantly play a disconnect/reconnect noise. I verified the G273Q's were disconnecting through the Nvidia Control Panel. I can prevent this from occurring by disabling the Auto-Scan feature on the monitor.

I had only ever noticed this after switching from Windows 10 to Windows 11 test build, I then somehow fixed this without disabling auto-scan nor updating any firmware on the monitor (sadly don't remember how). Then when Windows 11 official release came out I re-installed again and the issue came right back and here I'm stuck at the moment.
 
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