the ring light turns off), I can expect that when I bring the system out of sleep that the monitor will be indicating "no signal" and no amount of power cycling of the monitor, unplugging/replugging of the displayport cable, etc. in this thread https://com/forum/showthrea...trix-new-vbios) as to whether this BIOS is actually newer than the one specified in the nvidia thread (.00.00) -- the fact that the version number includes hexidecimal digits is perhaps part of the problem, maybe along with the fact that 1F in hex happens to be the same value as 31 in decimal. F1 (This data is from the techpowerup database of BIOS:
However, due to demand, industry supply chains, and other manufacturing considerations, many AIC partners have dual sourced memory chips from both Samsung and Micron.
Different driver revisions appear to express the problem differently, and more recent releases solve the problem entirely for some people -- but not all.
The thread on the nvidia forums describing the issue is here https://forums.geforce.com/default/t...76386/#4376386 -- this link goes directly to the nvidia response, which indicates a two part solution to the problem: a new driver (344.80) and a new reference BIOS (.00.00).
Install n Vidia proprietary drivers on Fedora 26/25/24/23/22/21 and disable the nouveau driver 3.
Some Screenshots Using Different n Vidia Cards and Drivers 4.