I did finally get it to work, I had to go to the NVIDIA settings and select my displays.
Once I got it working thoughm I found out that my great and expensive Sharp AQUOS is crappy when being used as a computer monitor. The best display it could handle was 900x600, as any thing high made the screen flicker. Pretty crappy for a TV that boasts 1366 x 824 with a 6ms response time. Not to mention that the edges of the display went past the physical edges of the monitor... which is great when the TV does not allow you to make aspect adjustments for that when receiving a video signal through its HDMI.
The dang TV is going back tomorrow!