Change Video Output for BIOS?

Hi guys, I've been searching and searching without luck on this issue I'm having, only to find the answer being it's a limitation of the hardware...but here it goes:

I'm currently running a dual monitor setup on my GTX 680 -- 27" HDMI LED and an older 19" DVI LCD. My BIOS has no problem displaying correctly; it's just a matter of WHICH monitor I wish it could be displayed on. It seems as if the video card defaults to displaying the BIOS via the DVI output, not the HDMI. So, I have to turn my head 45 degrees whenever I'm working in the BIOS :D which isn't a terrible problem, just quite...well....annoying I suppose.

Has anyone found a solution to this? Is there a BIOS setting I need to tweak? I'm running the ASUS Sabertooth Z77 board, latest BIOS.

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  1. I'm pretty sure you should be able to swap screens when you press TAB (when POST splash screen appears).
  2. Thanks for the quick reply! Tried it, but no luck -- it sent me to the selection screen where you choose either to start Windows or the memory diagnostic :\
  3. Oh.. It must be different for your motherboard then. It should say some keys when POST splash screen comes up, maybe you can find something there..
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