omg ... update: The Viewsonic XG320Q has the exact same issue!
If that's the case I suspect the ASUS variant will have it too. It seems these all use the same panel.
For those still in pain with this monitor, some interesting clues from person with same issue.I found a web page which served me as a reliable trigger for getting the lines and flickering on.I'm using Edge(Chromium), dark mode. Block 10 APG-70 Radar Flashcards | QuizletCable type (DP including those expensive with v1.4 markings, does not help), relocating DP away from power supply, USB and network cables, also a dud).Vertical frequency, lowering to 60Hz or setting up a custom resolution, zero point.Now, the blast.Nvidia control panel, Display section, Change resolutionOUTPUT DYNAMIC RANGE - set to limited, lines/flickering - GONEFor some reason, monitor has a problem with the driver or it's out of specification for full dynamic range.
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