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Vsync tends to solve this problem at expense of additional processing. As with many video settings/troubleshooting, just try it and see how it works. Vsync is not like other finicky hardware settings that will cause your nouveau/nvidia driver to crash until backed out. I'm assuming the max refresh rate on your monitor is around 60hz. You'd probably know if ...


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Yes, you can use Boot Camp to start your Mac with the Windows operating system, and access the ROM programming features of the native PC drivers. Certain NVIDIA and ATI/AMD cards are more easily converted that others. There are several online forums which are somewhat dedicated to exchanging information about the process of obtaining an EFI ROM or making ...


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It's true, Quadro (and Tesla) are not the same as FX or GTX series. The GeForce 5600FX might have done the job. It is still the default AGP choice for the AGP boxes out there that will not boot without a GPU card. It is good for games c. 2003. It is just below minimum BF2 requirements. But you have the quadro which is better for raytracing or AutoCAD, say. ...


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Gaming cards and workstation cards are optimized for different things. Many years ago I saw a head-to-head benchmark between the leading gaming card and the leading workstation card that made the difference clear: the gaming card excelled at pushing millions of simply-textured polygons to the screen (think: Quake 3) where the workstation card was getting ...


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First I must apologise as in my haste to find out just what your card was, I missed the nuance in your question that stated (quite clearly, now I look at it again): I am trying to use the card for certain games, and although the graphics seem fine, cinematics within the game stutter badly. It would appear that it is not the actual horsepower of the ...


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You were wrong to assume that just because the spec of the Quadro looks similar to some high ends cards that it would be fine for gaming as they are quite the opposite. While a GeForce with similar specs is meant for intense high FPS applications such as games, the Quadro is far more suited to things such as graphic design where precision and detail is far ...


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I don't think it would work because HDMI doesn't support daisy chaining, and it is the first media type encountered in the chain. The best case I could see would be the first monitor supports mirroring from HDMI to the displayport connector. So you could have a second monitor, but the third and consecutive monitors would just be a clone of the second ...


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I resolved the issue. After ordering a new laptop screen with no success fixing the issue, I suspected the LCD Cable may the issue, as the pin connected fit rather loosely into the screen and was easy to knock out. Sure enough, after replacing the LCD Cable the issue was fixed and the laptop is good as new!


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Have you tried display fusion? I think the free version can do this. I have the paid version which can do this for sure (and has other awesome features). Below shows a screenshot where I highlighted the tab and the section that would assist with this in red boxes.



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