Hey guys, to be honest, this is more me venting my anger than anything else but still I feel like I need to share this with you and ask you for advice. Two hours ago, I played FIFA 16 on my PC. As I like using my TV for games I plugged my HDMI cable into my graphics card (GTX 970) and into the TV and started playing. Everything worked flawlessly. After an hour or so I stopped playing and unplugged the HDMI cable from my PC and surfed around on the internet for an hour or so. Then I decided that I'd like to watch a series on my TV, I got all the episodes on my PC so I just wanted to plug in the HDMI cable again like I always do but the cable just wouldn't fit. When I looked at the back of my PC I saw that the HDMI port of my graphics card was bent up so you couldn't plug anything into it. I took the graphics card out of my PC and saw that the HDMI port is indeed bent like half a centimeter up at its front end, like the front part of its soldering somehow gave way. I really don't know what happened there, I didn't apply any force or anything to the card or the port. Do you think I can get a replacement or at least get it fixed for free since I'm still in the warranty timespan (bought the card in December last year)? I tried bending the port back down but after like half a minute it goes back up again. Also, if I wouldn't get it covered by the warranty, could I buy a HDMI <-> DisplayPort adapter and just put the HDMI cable in one of the two DisplayPorts of my graphics card? Would that let me display the picture on my TV just like it did with the regular HDMI port? This would only be a last resort solution but better than having to pay another 300€ for a new GPU. Anyway, I guess my best course of action is to call the shop I bought the card from tomorrow. Like I said, I just needed to get this of my chest. This really bothers me. The weirdest thing is that it was fine two hours ago...really don't have a clue what's going on.