I have my monitor set to sleep after 30 minutes, and my NUC8i5BEH is set to never go to sleep. Occasionally - usually after an extended period of not using the computer (say a 18+ hours), I'll come back and neither the keyboard nor mouse will wake the screen. The screen is working fine, as it is flashing blue - and indeed if I turn the screen on manually and select the HDMI input, its just not getting any display signal from the NUC. I know the computer is active and working as I can get sounds to play (ie. by entering my password incorrectly and hitting enter - hear a 'ding'). I have tweaked all sorts of power settings but to no avail. Last thing to do is leave the monitor on 24/7 but that seems like an awful solution. Help!
The monitor is a Samsung LC32H711QENXZA 32-Inch WQHD QLED Curved Monitor.
In terms of the settings, I had checked the Deep S4/S5 settings in the BIOS but that was already disabled. In Windows, I have tinkered with power settings on the Wireless Adapter, tried enabling and disabling Hybrid Sleep, turned Link State Power Management under PCI Express power settings to 'Off', and then a few other things suggested on various forums that haven't been successful (I can't remember what they were now). I have attached the report as suggested.