Monitor Flickering

  • From the last update my monitor starts flickering a lot randomly and especially when it says the time before bedtime. It also doesn´t work in game fullscreen even CTRL Tabbing and getting out and going back in to the game. Is there something it can make it work smooth like before?

  • I've got the same problem. Dual Displays. Windows 10 Pro. GeForce Game Ready Driver 445.87

  • In my case the flickering happens at 6 am and 9 pm specifically (The wake up time is set 8 am). Firstly the warmth of the screen is abrubtly replaced by coldness, then after about 4-5 seconds the monitor start to flicker between warm and cold display, as if something restrains f.lux from working correctly, it flickers for a minute and then goes back to normal.

    Intel Corporation Intel(R) HD Graphics 530 (20190925)
    NVIDIA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB (20190724)

    Generic PnP Monitor, 521 x 293mm, built 2016
    R=0.645508 0.336914
    G=0.328125 0.615234
    B=0.146484 0.055664
    W=0.313477 0.329102
    sRGB gamut: 85%, AdobeRGB gamut: 60%

    Monitor 1 on NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB: VCGT=0 gamma=1

    Windows Build: 18362.836

  • I figured out how to do this manually within the monitor (I de-installed f.lux), with Custom RGB settings (please see below).

    I'm doing ok with two monitors, and these two settings: 2400K and 3400K

    For more details, please see my post titled: Flickering screen, again, with the latest version: f.lux (v4.118) . . . (08/04/20 I accidentally put this in the V3 forum)

    Research suggests that f.lux must talk directly to display hardware to work – no remote desktops.

    I'm curious to see if you get good results also!

    2400 K #ff9d3f Standard incandescent lamps . . . HP E272q

    3400 K #ffc184 HALOGEN . . . Per f.lux . . . HP 1755 . . . These settings work on the HP 1755, but aren't very orange on the HP E272q

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