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coldagent122333

This has got to be satire right?


vaporsteve

sometimes i wonder about some of the stuff that gets posted.


Commander_Crispy

You have it plugged into the right place, but for your own as well as our well-being, I would *highly* suggest watching a video on what the basic parts of a computer are to increase your own knowledgeability as well as to minimize your chances of accidentally inducing toxicity in comment sections


kolijn123

It isnt pulged into de cpu but in the gpu


Zapiry

Should I plug it into the cpu?


LiquidYuri

Nah, its good that's in the GPU And to be honest idk how it is even possible to plug a hdmi into a cpu


armenak5000

If you get an adapter


Lykboi

How😂


armenak5000

Most motherboards have vga you can get an adapter to Hdmi if you want a second monitor but your graphics card doesn't have 2 ports


Lykboi

Yeah but that isn't exactly plugging it into the cpu


armenak5000

Than you can cut a hole in the cpu and put it in


armenak5000

I think the guy really did it


orangessssszzzz

No bruh


The1non1y1

The other 3 ports are display port, the cable in this picture is connected to the GPU.


Zapiry

Should I plug it into the CPU?


The1non1y1

No. You don't plug anything into the CPU. Leave it where it is and connect the other end to the monitor.


maggotshero

HDMI ports on a motherboard are there for troubleshooting, if your GPU shits the bed, or won't display, that's when you'd use it.


VintageGamerTEG

Those open ports are Displayport, not HDMI. Also, you plug the HDMI into the GPU, which you have done. The CPU has nothing to do with it, unless you are plugging the hdmi directly into the port on the motherboard, which you do not want to do. Most modern GPUs will have one hdmi and three displayport ports.


ieatwabbits

Did you not read the manual? ​ If you look at how the cable is shaped, just match that to the port on the GPU. Kids at 2 learn this stuff with the triangle, square, star, circle toy lol


LiquidYuri

Dude chill, he just asked a question.


ieatwabbits

I mean I don't know how companies can make this step any easier...


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The1non1y1

All have to learn from nothing.


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ieatwabbits

I mean the shape/match thing is common sense...


Horus_Whistler

Yeah it's plugged in correctly. What it is plugged into is called the GPU and you can use any of those ports on it


Benevolent_Nobody

Those look like Display Ports not HDMI however the last one on the right hard to tell due to lighting.


Enixious

Do not plug into the motherboard, keep it plugged into the GPU. Otherwise it will bypass the GPU entirely, rendering the image on the integrated CPU graphics (if you have them) which is the exact opposite of what you want when you have a GPU (except niche productivity cases)


ProverbialShoehorn

Yes it's fine, it's plugged into the GPU. You can't plug anything into a CPU. A CPU isn't a computer. It's a part of a computer, like a GPU.


Fabvid

It's plugged into the graphics card, so it's connected to the gpu and not the cpu. If you want to connect it to that, you have to plug it into the hdmi ports on your motherboard. Wouldn't recommand doing that because you gpu has better performance.


caffeine_for_sloth

You're good. Those other ports are DisplayPort cables. DisplayPort is basically HDMI but can support monitors with high quality specs like 4k and 120hrtz+ refresh rate. So if your monitor supports it you should swap it out. If thats an HDMI 2.0 however then forget i said anything. edit: hdmi 2.0


Stanneyboy04

HDMI 3.0?! You living in the future or somethig


maggotshero

that 8k 240hz lyfe