Blank display on new RTX4060 & Fedora 38 install using rpmfusion drivers 535

I have a new install of Fedora 38 using a new RTX4060 OC and the drivers from rpmfusion, nvidia-gpu-firmware.noarch, akmod-nvidia, xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-cuda.
Current kernel is 6.5.7.
connected to HDMI the GRUB menu displays as expected, then the mobo logo but without the progress spinner or Fedora logo. after a few seconds the screen blanks.
Ctl-Alt-F3 gets me a tty login but my (limited) knowledge of debugging graphics problems doesn’t show me any glaring problems in the various logs.

Any tips on how to troubleshoot this would be much appreciated!

nvidia-bug-report-log.gz (941.7 KB)

The logs tell that everything is running fine, you obviously just don’t see anything. Only oddity I noticed is the driver detects your monitor as “OEM 22W_LCD_TV” with a resoltion of 1920x1200. Is that resolution correct? For a TV, I’d expect a res of 1920x1080. Do you have another monitor you can connect temporarily to see if the driver is just using an incompatible mode?

Thank you generix. Eventually I found a screen the driver liked which then seemed to allow the original screen to sync.
I have a feeling the problem was something to do with overscan handling. It may be the driver defaults to overscanning (which might be why the resolution was odd) and my original screen couldn’t cope.
If I can figure out where the nvidia driver stores its settings I’ll try to find a way to confirm.
Thanks again,

The screen layout/resolutions are stored by Gnome in ~/.config/monitors.xml for the user session and /var/lib/gdm3/.config/monitors.xml or /var/lib/gdm/.config/monitors.xml for the gdm session.

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