Radeon 5770 HDMI output doesn't work
What's wrong... Please write below.
Everything looks a bit blurry, especially the text. HDMI, DVI, and VGA connections all look bad. VGA looks a little better, but not as clear as HDMI wiith my Windows XP machine, and I also want to output sound.
A few notes:
* Running the the most recent ATI drivers (10.6)
* Pixel ratio set to 1:1 on the TV
* Using native resolution (1080p/60hz, also tried 59hz without improvement)
* Overscan set to 0%
* ClearType text has been adjusted
* Tried older drivers: 10.5, 10.4, 9.8, and 9.1 without success
My 5 year old Windows XP Dell, with a $40 Radeon 4350 card, has no problem producing crisp text via HDMI on this same HDTV. I tried the same 4350 card in my new Windows 7 computer and experienced the same problem as with the 5770.
Everything seems to work fine except 1 thing and that is that the screen blinks (black screen) for 1 second and then goes back to normal sometimes.
I thought that it might be a problem with the graphics card (gtx 260) but yesterday I bought a new graphics card, just for this bloody issue (HD Radeon 5770) and I still have the same issue.
Apparently something having to do with the "EDID" thing and there is a "solution" which I dont understand at all presented for nVidia cards and Im wondering if anyone with knowledge knows how to solve this very annoying issue for Radeon (5770) or come with some suggestions?
Do yall think it will fit?
Newegg.com - GIGABYTE GA-MA785GMT-UD2H AM3 AMD 785G HDMI Micro ATX AMD Motherboard
Newegg.com - XFX HD-577A-ZNFC Radeon HD 5770 (Juniper XT) 1GB 128-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card
I have laptop model HP 8530w. I got video as plug & play. But sound doesn't work until I restart. I have to keep HDMI cable connected while restarting. As soon as it works without any change right after the restart.
In control panel there is audio manger indie speaker, headphone, digital audio(S/PDIF). If I change to speaker as default it works fine in laptop speaker. But same way if I set digital audio it doesn't work.
It only works after restart. Also as soon as laptop goes to sleeping mode (hibernate), I have to restart to get the sound output by HDMI cable to HD tv.
How to get sound to hd tv by HDMI output without restart?
(XFX Radeon HD 5770 850MHZ 1GB 4.8GHZ GDDR5 2XDVI HDMI Display Port DIRECTX11 PCI-E Video CARD, HD577AZNFC In Canada.)
and me being not so tech savy, I'd like some second opinions. I'm not looking to spend more then 400$ CAD however, so if you can recommend me something that falls within my budget, even better.
I'm on Windows 7 Pro 64x Intel Q6600 @ 2.40Ghz , I have a 650w power supply, 22inch monitor running at 1680x1050 and I primarily game.
This is pretty awesome, but I wonder how much performance the 5770 would lose being integrated.
My problem is I am trying to play sound from my PC through my TV.
My TV is a JVC DynaPIX HD, and my PC is a ACER Aspire, my graphics card is a ATI Radeon HD 5500 Series. I have asked staff at a PC shop and I was told to use a HDMI cable which is what I bought, I have now connected the HDMI cable from the back of my pc into my TV but I am still getting no sound.
I have also tried on my volume control options from speakers to Digital Audio (HDMI) and Realtek HDMI Output but this is also to no avail.
Which I got to thinking.. is there a system out there that reports 7.9 in all categories?
Since Im in much need for the HDMI and some other reasons and he's not, I switched our graphics cards.
Everything seemed to work fine at first, I installed the drivers on his computer and the gtx 260 was working fine there. On other hand, when I tried to install the drivers (the screen was huge) on my computer with the Radeon 5770, the computer suddenly froze (it has never done this before).
When I turned it back on I heard a "peep peep peep" sound from the computer after a few seconds and there was no screen on the display. I could hear the harddrive working etc but no graphics.
I then switched places on the HD 5770 card (There were 2 blue contacts that looked the same) and the computer turned on. This time it worked for aprox 20 minutes (with new drivers installed) until the computer suddenly froze again. When I tried turning it back on, I got the beeping sound again and nothing showed up.
Both of the cards seem to work just fine on my brothers computer and I dont think I have any hardware issues on my either since its a pretty good computer that has never caused me any troubles.
Am I better off going with a 5770? I hear the drivers are not up to Nvidia's standards. I have LOVED Nvidia drivers over the years. Am I going to regret buying this card. (thinking about a Sapphire 5770, but it looks like they are all 1GB GDDR5 cards)