Originally Posted by Wildcard124
The other option would be a HDMI cable from the GFX card. However I am running a tripple screen setup at 144mhz. So adding a HDMI would require a 4th screen but then would reduce my screens to 60hz.
Add a second graphics card.
Doesn't have to be any good, all it needs to do is register the receiver so you can use it's HDMI audio.
Some twenty buck passive card should suffice. On-board video could work as well, if you have it and it's not automatically disabled on your setup.
Originally Posted by Doubletap1911
Windows does not support audio only HDMI. The receiver requires a video signal of some sort. It would be technically possible to just send it a black screen, but that possibility has not been manifest into a feature.
HDMI splitter (which the receiver may well be) and, if necessary, a dummy connector.
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Last edited by Blameless; 03-21-2019 at 08:05 PM.