SajinYou sure it isn’t a bad adapter?
EVGATech_PeterNHi Excessive Paranoia, I am sorry for the Monitor being out of focus. It could be the adapters, and I can suggest to check with Displayport.org, and use the link provided to make sure the adapters and cables your using are VESA certified. You can use the Search Database box: Regards,Peter N
SajinIn that case it sounds like a monitor issue to me as it only happens to one of the other monitors 2% of the time.
GTXJackBauer Did you do a complete reinstall of the Nvidia driver and if so, have you tried rolling back since purchasing this GPU? I'd also look into Nvidia's Control Panel.
bdaryThis may be a long shot since you say it doesn't happen all the time, but if it's on your sign in screen, try this ->
aka_STEVE_bDownload & install the correct drivers for your monitors.... Sounds goofy, but I had this happen to me on a monitor I was using way back when and it was an issue with displayport & the monitor in Windows not using the right driver signed for them.... 1 of my Samsung monitors even had a BIOS style of firmware update for it to help with all types of issues they were having... so check on that too.
Cool GTX Does this happen at Native resolution & without any magnification ? Do all of the monitors have the same native resolution ? You have setup multi monitor inside of Nvidia Control Panel ?
SajinOnly thing special about port #1 is that it gets priority over the other ports first.
SajinPossibly, but why do the other monitors not act like that more than 2% of the time when connected to the same port?