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Tell BIOS to load onboard GPU as primary display instead of dedicated GPU. Go to BIOS-> Advanced Mode -> System Agents -> Graphics Settings -> Primary Display. In my case Primary Display was set to PCIE mode which which was loading the Tesla K40 dedicated GPU as primary. Since Tesla K40 is only for compute and not for display, I was getting a black screen. ...


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I have the same one, its a great card. I can play witcher 3 at medium to high at 60 fps. I haven't done much rendering but it should be great or even over kill, I reccomend checking out a 1060, its slightly more cost efficient.


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This videocard is limited to only show a max of 3 outputs at the same time. This really is a limitation of the Graphics Card. If you want more monitors, you will need a second graphics card or replace the card altogether with one that supports it. If your PC has an onboard graphics card, it may be possible to use it to get that 4th display running though. ...


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Analyzing your benchmark results, I see this warning on your "low" result, which raises immediate red flags for me: Very high background CPU (62%). High background CPU reduces benchmark accuracy. Find active processes with windows task manager (CTRL+SHIFT+ESC). The hardware in your system may not be the culprit. This indicates one of the processes ...


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Gigabyte NVIDIA GTX 750Ti graphics card should be compatibile with Windows 10, I have MSI GTX 750Ti card and do not have any problem. Try to run devmgmt.msc, expand Graphics adapters and see, if you have some other adapter installed, like LogMeIn driver or some other VNC virtual display adapters. If yes, uninstall them, reboot and run the wizard again.


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Is it possible that your monitor, by default, uses an input other than HDMI and therefore you must switch it to HDMI every time?


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I was wondering that whether all the data in Computer has to go through the Processor or are there any Bypass Routes(like DMA) through which data goes Input/output (I/O) is almost always between the peripheral device and memory. Peripheral to peripheral transfers are highly unusual, as it requires specialized hardware, and makes error detection/recovery ...


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3rd generation Intel® Core™ processor family (Intel® HD graphics 4000 / 2500) supports the following resolutions. DisplayPort* 1.2 / eDP*  H-Processors: 3840 x 2160 @ 60 Hz (Ultra-HD)  U-Processors: 3200 x 2000 @ 60 Hz, 3840 x 2160 @ 30 Hz  Y-Processors: 2560 x 1600 @ 60 Hz  DVI: 1920 x 1200 @ 60 Hz ...


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For case 1 and 2, the data goes via the CPU. Consider the following: The crane is unable to move a crate onto or off the truck without the crate going via the crane in the process. For a CPU to write something, it'll somewhere along the way read the data first. Case 3 is a bit different: In this case, the GPU can read it, as it does the job itself, but only ...


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https://kzhiwei.wordpress.com/2011/06/21/the-mystery-of-the-disappearing-laptop-screen-brightness-slider-windows-7 The solution was to go to Device manager, uninstall the monitor (and check remove driver as well).


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can I boot and run the PC without problems after I install everything I need and the graphics card is removed? I can confirm that my Asus M5A97 R2.0 can boot without a graphics card. I installed a nvidia card to do a centos server install and when I was finished I removed the card and did everything else I needed via ssh. I rebooted and it worked fine. It ...


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I actually have an HP ProDesk 600 G1 and I am working on replacing the original HP custom power supply with an 500W ATX one (folowing the thread What is the 6-pin power connector on an HP ProDesk?) and fitting everything into a Fractal Design R4 case (done) I bought an Asus GTX970 so since the lanes are connected to the CPU, I am hoping to play Witcher 3 ...


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Yes, it is called a PCI-E Riser or a Flexible PCI-E Extender. Make sure you get a x16 one as well, to match the PCI slot on your motherboard. You can find them anywhere like here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/PCI-Express-Extender-Flexible-Extension/dp/B008BZBFTG They look like this:


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If it is just still and on the desktop as you said, then a few FPS (1-2 FPS). But nothing bad at all. This is just from general experience from when I did the same (apart from mine was a GTX 550ti) - which is still old now.


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Conversion between VGA and S-Video is not instantaneaous like HDMI <-> DVI. You need a special converter device. The most popular one is called KanaaN. Search "S-Video to VGA" on Amazon or E-Bay. Costs something between 10 and 20 USD.


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Try using DDU (Display Driver Uninstaller). First you should download the older driver then run DDU as administrator. It will reboot into safemode and continue running there, you will see an option to disable automatic driver installation in the lower right of the software, click it then click Clean and restart to remove the current driver and also remove ...


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This has recently happened to one of our customers was solved in this way: Download a offline version of your graphics drivers.(Just in case) Start Windows in Safe Mode. With the combination of keys Win + R, type "devmgmt.msc" without quotes Look for the section, "Display adapters". Look for your graphic card adapter (Nvidia,AMD,Intel) Right click on ...


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You can't SLI dissimilar GPUs.As such you can SLI the Titans or 980s but not a 980 to a titan That said, if you're using the GPUs for machine learning, SLI is of limited use - its entirely meant for rendering. In this case you ought to be able to use the GPUs independently I'm not that familiar with the specifics but the manual for ths software you're ...


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Yes, it ought to be safe. Those plates are sometimes referred to as "dust covers" (or "slot covers"). If you don't have the plate covered, there is a larger opening that dust can enter the system. (Fans usually aren't pointed at the slots to blow dust out in that direction.) It's also big enough that some bugs might be able to crawl in. Admittedly, that ...


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Leaving it off isn't ideal, since the case helps keep the RF emitted from your system inside the case so, theoretically, it won't interfere with your other household electronics. One could argue that it might disrupt the internal air flow, but I think the risk is negligible. I've never had a problem running my systems this way. Don't worry about it.


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Yes it's perfectly safe. So long as the rest of the framework for holding in the addon cards is in tact, then you're fine. Those metal strips are there to keep big things out of the system, like items inserted by children, or larger critters. They can also reduce the inflow/outflow of air when they're blocking the slot; however this only really matters to ...


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Device manager would show it. It should be in control panel or you can search for it to find it.


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Try re-seating the video card (pulling the card out of the slot - and putting it back in) and cables from the video card and monitor(s). It is possible there is a bad connection. Also check to make sure the card is being cooled properly (fans spinning). It is possible it might be overheating. Finally, install the latest drivers.


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I bought a graphic card, ATI Radeon HD 4350 DMS59 512 MB DDR2 PCIe 2.0 SFF Graphic Card. OK, that is a dedicated graphics card which allows you to connect two monitors via DMS59... I am trying to connect a third monitor, but it disables the original on-board graphic card. The graphics card can not disable your other on-board graphics. What can ...


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Looking by eye is never a good way to know for sure. The most probable cause is that VSync is enabled, which locks the FPS to 60hz, not 40. In order to know for sure, either use a program such as FRAPS that uses overlay to display the FPS or search for the console command to show the fps, such as c_drawfps 1 If your game truly only shows around 40 FPS, ...


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Your dad has an ancient graphics card, so it's likely that is what is causing the delay. Try the same setup with a modern graphics card. Another thing: when running 4k from HDMI, almost all modern GPUs (except very high end) only support 30 hertz in 4k mode (i.e. HDMI standard 1.4). 30 hz may not delay the input lag but it DOES make the mouse movement ...


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Two answers: First: which processor is your Linux running on? Maybe an Intel core i3/i5/i7? If yes, then i915 driver is at least interesting if you want to use your internal graphic card in the future (for example if your dedicated graphic card driver fails during a kernel update and you still want a pretty graphical interface). Second: you can blacklist ...


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I think you might find a solution in this link https://community.amd.com/thread/189619 , they have a similar problems about changing between primary and linked adapter.


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Worked for me after all of the posts (and several days). First, in the AS Rock Z77 BIOS, disable second igpu in north bridge (under advanced) before running Win 10 install. Then follow the above to disable updates to Intel graphics. You must have a video card. (Mine is an Nvidia gtx 950 2gb). In BIOS, PCIe will automatically be enabled.


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Try 341.44 driver and if you don't like the results, the 337.88 driver. Use a performance oriented power plan.


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For higher resolutions you should consider gpus with higher horsepower because number of pixels processed affects workload of the gpu directly. It will probably play videos buy gaming will be difficult for a mid range card.


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enable vsync and triple buffering. also, try to render the same thing on battery power. the power may be fluctuating and causing signal distortion on the cables between your gpu and monitor.


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It is a driver bug. If available, you can try running the game in directx 9-opengl-mantle-vulkan mode for safety-compatibility or directx 11-12 if you're feeling lucky. And of course, you can try installing a different version of the nvidia driver.


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With a card as old as the 8500 GT it really could be either a software problem or a hardware problem. The one possible way to rule it out is uninstall the video drivers then re-install them to see if that fixes the issue. If it does not fix the issue see if you can temporarily borrow someone else's card that is Nvidia and uses the same type of interface (...


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Determining if the card fits is going to be up to you. The size of the card changes slightly with each manufacture and model. For example I found the measurements of a GTX 1080 by GIGABYTE that was 9.5"x4.35". Where a GTX 1080 by MSI measured 10.59" x 4.37" As far as your inquiry about being able to link the two cards together to gain more performance? The ...


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As the other answers say, you should be able to put that card in a standard ATX case. You can't SLI 2 different models of video card, YET. They can be different manufacturer's and have different clock speeds but they have to be the same model and memory size. ***These posts(second) mention being able to SLI non-matching GPU models in Win 10, with DX12 but ...


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Looking at the PC you posted, it seems like a standard ATX case. I can't say for sure though, because ASUS didn't give that information on their website. The GTX 1060 will fit in a standard ATX case, as it can be expected to be as big as the 1070/1080. If you want to use both your GPUs for Gaming at the same time, they have to be of the same type and ...


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Found the size of it on: http://www.geforce.com/hardware/10series/geforce-gtx-1060 Graphics Card Dimensions: Height: 4.378" Length: 9.823" Width: 2-Slot You will have to replace the 760 with the 1060 when it comes out. You cannot run 2 different video cards at the same time. The only way to have 2 cards is in SLI and they have to be identical cards.


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Which kind of screw do I need for attaching graphics card connnectors to plates? Hex Nut Screws How can I get more of them? Which name or reference do I need? You can do a quick search on the Internet for "Hex Nut Screws" but I did a quick search and found two locations to purchase from electronically. Amazon.com shows a whole kit that's ...


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Some background first: Normal dedicated graphics card. This used to be the only way. A card is plugged into the computer. That card has the GPU, its own graphics memory and its own graphics output connector. In some cases this 'plug in card' is actually build into the motherboard. E.g. on some servers, or on laptops. On-board graphics Not to be ...


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I would suggest you to disable the Intel HD Graphics in BIOS and try again. I've seen the similar situation which is caused by that the game uses the Intel HD graphics first. If it doesn't work, you may need to consult with the technical support of the manufacturer of this game. Hope this helps.


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You're going to need a new cable, you won't be able to modify the ones you have in order to make that work. You need either a male vga to male vga, or an adapter that goes from male vga to female dvi and then use your male dvi to male dvi cable. By the way, a plain male to male vga cable or the adapter will cost you under $5.


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Definitely try swapping the graphics card back out like Techie007 said and you could use the Newegg PSU calculator with that setup as well and see what your power draw is with that card. Newegg PSU Calculator recommends a 377W power supply for your setup. It's recommended that your components, at peak draw, use (IIRC)60-70% of your power supply's max ...


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If you only have 1 gaming screen and 2 desktops, 2 plain desktops will not significantly burden the GPU. The real issue is how under powered you current GPU is for this game. If you have trouble reaching 30fps, and you CROSSFIRE or SLI then both cards will run at max in an effort to give you 60fps. Most monitors only support 60hz, and if you have vsync ON ...


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It seems that bumblebee is working fine, the configuration is actually good instead I did not understand how bumblebee works. Bumblebee keeps the intel card allways working for the X session, if I want to play a game on my nvidia card I have to manualy launch it with optirun for example: optirun glxgears. You can actually see that the nvidia card is running ...


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Download manually from any connected computer, then copy over by local network, USB stick etc Official Driver download page - http://support.amd.com/en-us/download Latest drivers for cards old & new are listed down the right-hand side.


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Gaming on a laptop is rarely a good idea. Either graphics performance is lacking or you pay a premium. If you start with a regular laptop and you want to increase graphics performance then you only have a few options: A new laptop. (Mentioned for completeness sake). An expensive MXM board on a laptop for was already prepared for that. An external GPU, ...


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Had the same problem here. Solution was much simpler. Before installing/reinstalling windows, format both the target partition and the 100 MB partition created by previous installation. Worked for me.


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Yes. A graphics card is always involved, even though it only provides basic functions. In your case, it's the integrated gpu.


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I found a fix on Lenovo forums for an issue that I think is the same as your issue. Here's the link: Y560 Black Screen After Boot Up And here's the pertinents: I would like you to uninstall the ATI driver via safe mode, then boot into normal and try to cancel off the installation. if you're able to cancel the ATI driver installation in normal mode,...



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