Safety and Warnings
Read all instructions before using the appliance and retain for reference.
- Unplug the monitor before cleaning it with a slightly damp, clean cloth.
- Wiping the screen once it has been turned off with a dry microfibre cloth is recommended
- Do not use cleaning alcohol, ammonia-based liquids or other harsh cleaners.
- This monitor is designed with ventilation holes on the back of the casing. Do not cover or block them.
- Avoid placing the monitor near heaters, stoves, fireplaces or other sources of heat, as well as in rooms lacking inadequate ventilation.
- Do not insert any objects or spray any liquids into the vents.
- Do not position the monitor in unsafe locations. If the monitor falls, it may be damaged and may injure nearby people. Always place the device on a flat, stable surface.
- Unplug the monitor if it is not going to be used for an extended period of time.
- Do not place heavy objects on the monitor, its power cord or any connected cables.
- Do not open the back panel of the monitor, as it contains a high-voltage current even when not plugged in.
- Do not hold the plug with a wet hand, otherwise, electric shock may occur.
- Do not use a broken or damaged power plug or outlet, otherwise, there is the risk of electric shock or fire.
|1.||Menu: Press to display the OSD menu, or reverts to the previous menu. Pressing whilst on the main menu will exit the menu.|
|2.||Left selection key when in the menu. Alternatively can be used as a shortcut for the sighting device feature when not in the menu.|
|3.||Right selection key when in the menu. Alternatively can be used as a shortcut for FPS/RTS mode feature when not in the menu.|
|4.||If the menu is activated, this selects the corresponding function.|
|5.||Powers off or powers on the monitor.|
Solid blue/green/white light: Indicates that the power is on and the monitor is operating normally.
Flashing blue light: Power saving mode.
Red light: Indicates no signal has been detected or insufficient power has been received: check computer is set to send video output and that all cables are fully inserted and secure.
This monitor can be tilted back and forward.
NOTE: Never tilt the monitor by applying direct pressure to the monitor, as shown in the image below, as this will damage the panel.
Connect the included power adapter to the power connector, and then plug the other end into a wall outlet.
In order for the monitor to receive DP signals from the computer, use the DP cable to connect the monitor to the computer.
In order for the monitor to receive HDMI signals from the computer, use the HDMI cable to connect the monitor to the computer.
In order for the monitor to receive DVI signals from the computer, use a DVI cable to connect the monitor to the computer.
- For a standard setup, connect the monitor to your PC's graphics card using the included DisplayPort cable. An HDMI cable (not included) can be used instead.
- Connect the cable to the corresponding connector on your monitor as outlined in the Connectivity section of this user guide.
- Connect the power cable as outlined in the Connectivity section of this user guide.
- Press the power button on your monitor to turn it on.
The On-Screen Display (OSD) menu can be used to adjust your monitor's settings. When first connecting the monitor to your PC, settings will adjust automatically based on the configuration of your PC.
- Press any button to activate the navigation window.
- Press M to enter the OSD screen. You can view the various functions below:
- Press Left or Right to browse functions and change. Press M to enter the sub-menu for a highlighted sub-menu. Press E to exit the current screen.
If desired, you can use the monitors AMD Freesync feature. The feature itself is on by default. In order to use this feature, please note you must have hardware with AMD FreeSync™ capability, a DisplayPort cable, and the latest graphics drivers. To use this feature, connect the appropriate cable to the DP connectors on both the computer and Monitor. After connecting, you will receive a prompt to enable the feature on your computer.
|Faults Occurring||Possible Solutions|
|The power indicator light is not on||
|Flickering picture or picture with ripples||
|The power indicator light is on (flickering), but the monitor has no image||
|Colour shortage (red, green, blue)||
|Image has a colour difference (white does not look white, etc.)||
|Screen is blank||
|Image out of focus||
|Screen is flashing||
|Colour bleeding, distortion or other unusual effects||
|Position or size incorrect||
|Screen scrolling, rolling or moving||
Note: FreeSync is a display frequency conversion technology developed by AMD. It has special requirements for graphics cards and monitors. Please confirm that the graphics card being used is supported.
If there is an exception in the complex display application environment, such as multiple screens or frequent FreeSync switches, various resolutions and refresh rates are frequently switched.
If you experience anything abnormal here, please restart the PC, or close the FreeSync function.
Windows® 7 / Windows® 8 / Windows® 10 32-bit or higher
Intel® Core™ i5 or AMD Phenom™ II X3 or higher
|Graphics Card||Nvidia® GeForce® GTX 950 or AMD Radeon™ R9 370 or higher|