From your own post quote; the guy rebooted and then had the problem. There are also 3 reported cases where this happened and EVGA Precision X wasn't involved. Ofcourse, if you want to go the absolute path that's not my problem tbh. They must all be lying right? As for Nvidia acknowledging the problem...is Manuel Guzman a noob aswell? post 364 https://forums.geforce.com/default/...amsung-and-lg-notebook-lcd-display-panels/25/ That's on official GeForce forum btw, just incase you think it's some quack. "We are still investigating this issue. I am terribly sorry that it is taking so long. When I have more information to share I will let everyone know. For now if you have an Alienware laptop with a Samsung/LG panel, we recommend not installing EVGA PrecisionX on your notebook: http://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/19/SLN299581 " Anyway, I'm done here. I'm sick of having to prove everything to some of you.