Nvidia GPU when gaming

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Makala

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Good day everyone
I have an issue regarding my graphic card.
I got a new CPU and inserted a Nvidia GT710.
The problem is when i connect the HDMI to the Nvidia GPU port to my LG TV and i start a game or even internet explorer, the image disappears and shows no signal.
When i tried a VGA cable instead of an HDMI it worked fine.
I really dont understand why and i really want to work it using the HDMI cable
Help please
Thankyou
 

Oddba11

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Is the TV the primary or a secondary screen? Has the screen been configured in Windows?

So you see an image on the screen (ie: I assume the desktop), and then it goes blank if you open any apps or games?

What resolution are you using? For a TV input, you will likely need to use a TV spec resolution (ie: 680x480, 1280x720, or 1920x1080).
 

Makala

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Thanks for the reply
Yes the tv is the primary display and yeah its exactly as u say, the desktop appear but when i use an app it goes blank.
I am using 1920x1080 resolution and tried reducing it but the problem still occurs.
The weird thing is that when i tried connecting VGA intead it works fine.
But i want to use HDMI since i no longer have a VGA TV
Thankyou
 

flavallee

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Part of the problem may be with your NVIDIA GeForce GT 710 graphic card.
(Note: I'm very familiar with it and am aware it has VGA, DVI, HDMI ports)

This is a very weak performing graphic card which isn't designed for the graphic demands of gaming.

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