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Generally the only component from the ATI/NVidia is the actual GPU chipset. PCB, RAM, fans, etc. are all done by the adapter manufacturer.


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Nvidia and Amd produce the core gpu. Nvidia also makes "reference cards" which are often entirely made by Nvidia with the manufacturers branding slapped onto it. Companies such as EVGA make their own pcb's to come up with enthusiast products such as gtx 780 KING PIN edition that has a much larger pcb and is capable of liquid nitrogen cooled overclocking.


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You might want to check this reference for WebGL as referenced by Google's support page. It's disabled (by default) in some cases for stability and conformance purposes. However, it doesn't mean that the card doesn't support it at all. I believe you can enable/force enable them, depending on the situation.


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Electrically you would be able to connect one monitor to the DP on your R9 and one or two more monitors top the Matrox card. The only problem you may run into are the drivers. On windows XP and older you only had one single graphics driver. From Vista onward (and that includes win8) you should be able to run multiple drivers and use both cards. I ...


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Device configuration is stored in the registry file C:\Windows\System32\config\SYSTEM. However, I'm not aware of OS X having any way of editing a Windows registry file. If you want to edit the registry without using Windows, you could use something like Offline NT. You will find keys related to display driver configuration under ...


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If your bios isnt locked by HP then in BIOS, there is a option, that makes fan run at maximum speed all the time. But this is very loud... It looks like this : http://goo.gl/nAnLi2 if there is not this options, there is an option which says: FAN ALWAYS ON? and you choose YES.


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It is pretty simple, and certainly not conspiratorial. It has to do with basic economics and finance. Let's start with the CAD software. CAD software programmers and that programmer community is pretty inwardly focused. To be sure, the math behind the user interface is very complex, and absorbs huge amount of resources to develop. There is an effort to make ...


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Run the AMD Catalyst Center, go to the switchable Graphic Application settings, click on Add application and select the exe of the game and set it to high performance. Now download the tool call OpenHardwareMonitor and add the AMD Radeon HD to the gadget. if the GPU is not used you see this: If the GPU is used you see this: Is your AMD card now used? ...


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For reasons that I do not fully understand, my graphics card settings were altered. I do not know what the cause of this was, but I have changed the settings back to their defaults, and I am once again able to achieve 60 FPS on both Minecraft and my game.



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