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EVGA GTX 780 won't detect TV via HDMI

Postposted on Sat Jul 26, 2014 11:43 am

Both HP monitors work fine but the card will not detect the TV, which is connected via the HDMI port.

I thought NV and AMD had both fixed the EDID bug from years ago so I hope it's not that. Most of the fixes for EDID I found are 4, 5 years old.

Anyway the EVGA 770 I had 2 weeks ago worked perfect - all 3 displays, no problem.

It's definitely the card itself, the HDMI port on the card or a driver issue. I've ruled out the cable and the TV. The TV offers to "Enjoy this device?" when I connect the cable to HDMI 2 (HDMI 1 is cable)

I tried the DVD drivers, also the most recent NV driver (337.88) and a beta driver from EVGA - nothing.

I uninstalled Ultramon thinking that maybe was causing a conflict - no help.
There's no onboard video but I checked the BIOS anyway - nothing there applies.

The only thing I didn't do is flash the BIOS. I highly doubt I need to update the BIOS on an X58 board for a 700-series graphics card. Nobody else on the interweb has needed an update - no one I could find that is.

Any ideas, thoughts, advice - I would really appreciate reading them...Thanks!
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Re: EVGA GTX 780 won't detect TV via HDMI

Postposted on Sat Jul 26, 2014 6:41 pm

Try unplugging the TV for around 30 seconds. For some reason when I would bring my HD7750 tower to mother in laws house with wife and try it on a year old under 30" Vizio 720p HDTV HDMI input It would work around 30% of the time. What it resets I do not know but it would screw up if the computer dropped the monitor signal if it was set to do that.

It used to make me so mad I was glad I had a i3 2125 IGP that seemed to always work...but I feel your pain.
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Re: EVGA GTX 780 won't detect TV via HDMI

Postposted on Sat Jul 26, 2014 10:38 pm

Looks like you are facing the same problem that i faced 2 months back...(I have thread about the same issue)

I would suggest you to let the system boot, once the driver are loaded the TV will automatically get detected.

Hope this works for you as it did worked for me.
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Re: EVGA GTX 780 won't detect TV via HDMI

Postposted on Sun Jul 27, 2014 7:16 am

Thanks for your replies you guys - I tried all that stuff - unplugging, waiting, on/off, etc. nothing worked.

So I bought a DVI - HDMI adapter at radio shack for $20 (at monoprice, $3) and now it's working - except I have a dead HDMI port on the card.

At first I thought it was a "handshake" issue between the TV and the HDMI signal. But now I think that HDMI port on the card is dead; It won't even light up a regular computer monitor.

So I have my 3 displays running but I have what appears to be a dead HDMI port - on a $600 card. I'm going to call EVGA on Monday, see what they say.

Thanks again!
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Re: EVGA GTX 780 won't detect TV via HDMI

Postposted on Wed Jul 30, 2014 5:53 am

EVGA tech support / customer service lived up to its billing - they're shipping me a new 780 with a prepaid return label. I have to put almost $600 on hold for the cross-ship but that was expected.

so for all the folks around here who said "EVGA customer service is the best" I can testify that's true - they make it easy to RMA and they actually answer the phone when you call.

Customer service - what a concept :)
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