Videocard: Accelero 7970 / GHz bios
Mainboard: MSI Z68A-GD80[g3]
Memory: 4x4GB 1600MHz 9,9,9,24
Soundcard: Essence ST / AKG K-701
PSU: FSP Gold series 750W
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I would connect DVI 1st and then connect HDMI. In CCC you may look for automatic/manual detection. There may be resistance problem with cable and detection may give wrong results.
I personally do not use HDMI and would not ever get monitor without DVI/Displayport just because of maximum frequency/resolution.
You probably got with graphic card DP 2 DVI reduction, try to use it. If you had before nVidia drivers installed, did you uninstalled them? It may be issue too, but not very probable.
There is another possibility: in case you have PC/one of monitors connected to electric circuit with different phase. If PC is in UPS and one monitor just directly in wall outlet it creates minor voltage difference.
Last edited by Fox2232; 08-19-2012 at 09:46.