HDMI issue

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Ok first off, i don't know shit about technology so stay with me here. So i wanted to use my built in speakers on my benq monitor, but the audio wasn't working when i was using a DVI? cable and google told me to use an HDMI because it transmits audio. So now i'm using an HDMI and audio works, gr8. However CSGO will take a good 30 seconds to load. I've tried loads of different games and they all load perfectly. Basically if i'm using (DVI????) it will load instantly, a decent 2-3 seconds of black screen before it comes on. When i'm using the HDMI my screen will go black for like 30 seconds until it comes on my screen. This is the same issue when i exit full screen or close the game completely. My screen goes black for like 30 seconds before it goes back to the desktop. This only happens when i'm connected via HDMI, and only happens with CSGO. All the other games load fine ;l
help pls
 
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https://steamcommunity.com/app/730/discussions/0/618458030659574249/

Few solutions here maybe one of them will help? HDMI shouldn't really be causing problems really, if all fails after that maybe try a new lead? I had a problem where my computer just didn't like straight up HDMI so had to get a DVI to HDMI cable for my monitor


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None of them fixes worked :/ The only reason i started using an hdmi cable in the first place was for the audio, so i may as well jst stick with DVI & buy some cheap external speakers. But yh it loads perfectly with DVI, with hdmi i get 30-40 seconds of black screen, so its prob the cable ;l
 
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None of them fixes worked :/ The only reason i started using an hdmi cable in the first place was for the audio, so i may as well jst stick with DVI & buy some cheap external speakers. But yh it loads perfectly with DVI, with hdmi i get 30-40 seconds of black screen, so its prob the cable ;l
Yeah that sounds like a cable or graphics card issue maybe (bought a pre made computer before and they didn't set it up properly so HDMI just never worked in the card) yet all the other methods would give me picture and sound with no delays
 
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Yeah that sounds like a cable or graphics card issue maybe (bought a pre made computer before and they didn't set it up properly so HDMI just never worked in the card) yet all the other methods would give me picture and sound with no delays
Yeah its a prebuild, i wouldn't know wht i was doing if i built it myself so i jst paid extra to have them build it ;l
 
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Yeah its a prebuild, i wouldn't know wht i was doing if i built it myself so i jst paid extra to have them build it ;l
Check out JackFrag's PC build on YouTube I think it's a year old now? He'll show you where all the parts are and it's pretty easy if you did wanna double check your graphics card, but that seems a common problem with prebuilds, maybe a DVI to HDMI would solve your problems like it did me if you don't want to go through that effort
 
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Are you plugging the HDMi into the motherboard or your graphics card? You could be using on-board graphics with it.

you could always trying using a DVI -> HDMI adaptor.
 
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Are you plugging the HDMi into the motherboard or your graphics card? You could be using on-board graphics with it.

you could always trying using a DVI -> HDMI adaptor.
it doesn't work when i plug into the motherboard, it says no signal detected. So it's plugged into the graphics card
Also the adaptor won't transmit audio, which is useless to me
 
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That's weird are you going to volume settings and setting the audio source as the monitor? Speakers will save you a lot of hassle I bought great water speakers off Amazon for like £10 they're still going strong and came with an aux so I can hook phone up to it and play music they're the best


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