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You go into "power management" and you can change basically if or when to go on stand by. Other stuff too but nothing I really care to remember. I can ...
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    You go into "power management" and you can change basically if or when to go on stand by. Other stuff too but nothing I really care to remember. I can tell you though that I do believe the monitor is the one doing it. You're monitor is acting like a television. You see if I were to run an Xbox and kept it idle for about 10 minutes the same thing would happen to my television. It's not uncommon though for this to happen with some monitors.

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    Thought the thing is that even after moving mouse etc sometimes it will switch offf almost instantaneously, but about 20 mins from cold.

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