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    Question Bios > hdmi

    Hello guys! So I set up my new PC yesterday, here are the specs:

    GPU: ZOTAC GeForce GTX780 3GB DDR5
    CPU: Intel Core i7-4770
    RAM: Kingston HyperX Beast 16GB (4x4GB) DDR3 2400mhz
    MB: ASROCK Fatal1ty Z87 Professional
    HDD: Western Digital Blue 1000GB 64MB cache
    SSD: Kingston SSDNow KC300 - 120GB
    Cooling: Cooler Master V8 GTS
    Case: Zalman Z11 PLUS HF1
    Power: CORSAIR RM Series RM850 850W

    My monitor will arrive in couple of days and I decided to try it on a TV by connecting through HDMI.

    The issue I have is when I turn the PC on coolers and etc. are working but there's no any signal on TV. It's my first time building a PC but I'm pretty much sure that I have connected all the stuff properly because I was following everything step by step and tripple checked everything. As the beeper is not beeping at all, there was no external one in MB box but I guess it should be onboard already? So there's no beeps at all and I can't identify if there's some signals... My question is, is BIOS actually starting but no showing signal on TV or I have connected something wrong and BIOS is not starting at all?

    I'm really looking forward to your help guys! Thanks in advance!

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    Default Re: Bios > hdmi

    Pull your 780, reset the BIOS, and see if it outputs on the MB's built on HDMI Out port using the 4770's iGPU.
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    Default Re: Bios > hdmi

    If you're using the HDMI in port as an output, that would cause no output to any display device.

    Some TVs have non-standard resolution compared to PCs, which might be the cause of nothing shown on the TV.

    Mother board "speakers" come with some PC cases now, and one is not built into the mother board, at least not ASR boards.

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