Hey guys, I've been having a weird issue that has surfaced recently, and I've narrowed it down to a specific setting. I've had this setting on for a while, so I'm not sure why it isn't working. If I set the Preferred Refresh Rate in the Nvidia control panel to Highest Available and start up certain games (Inusrgency for example), the game will load up and everything will have a pink hue over it. If I leave the game the pink hue remains on the desktop (like of a post process hue filter over everything. You can still see everything.. just pinkflified) and I notice that I no longer have 144hz as a refresh rate option, but instead the monitor will be set to 120hz with 144hz missing in both the Nvidia control panel and through Window's display settings. The pink hue doesn't leave until I set the refresh rate to 60hz or unplug my monitor and plug it back in (or restart the PC), which will then have the 144hz option back available. It's as if forcing the refresh rate is breaking 144hz even though I can still set 144hz in the game options and run 144hz seemingly fine. I've gone through different drivers (clean reinstall drivers) and that doesn't seem to help. This is very odd and seems like a driver issue especially since the monitor still works but there is a pink overlay, but I'm a little worried that it may be something else. Could my monitor be going out? It's almost like the game forces the refresh rate which breaks/artifacts the display temporarily but I've never really ran across this oddity and I'm not seeing similar issues on Google. Keep in mind that the game still runs and there are no artifacts or issues other than a pink overlay, but it runs at apparently 120hz and 144hz can't be selected until I reboot the monitor/PC. It's a Pixio px277 (cheaper 144hz 1440p monitor) Display port connection GTX 1070 strix - tried 397.93 - 398.18 drivers. GPU is overclocked but not my too much. 1733mhz clock (1935 boost) and 2177mhz memory. Anyone seen any similar issues or any suggestions? This is a cheaper monitor so I'm thinking it's just that, but the behavior and temporary remedy of this issue make it seem more software/driver than hardware based. For now I am just leaving the refresh rate option to application controlled which seems to work.