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"Input not supported"

Hi I am currently using a GTX 1070 ,750w power supply, Intel core i7 6700k unlocked, with an Acer 35 in widescreen LCD display UW-UXGA screen refurbished running Windows 10. I am basically encountering a input not supported display every now and then. The only way I have counteracted this issue is with unplugging and plugging back in the HDMI cable and the power cable of the monitor. The screen is at its recommended resolution at 60fps. Every time it switches to the "input not supportrd" screen, I can actually hear something. Anywhoo I would greatly appreciate it if someone can help me fix this. Thank you.

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Time to contact the card maker.

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I take it you run the latest driver from the card maker but this is not correcting this. Unless you report the bug, they can't fix it.

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Monitor

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If you have or can borrow another monitor try that.
Try a different hdmi cable.

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