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No, it’s not. Intel Turbo Boost is made so that power, current and temperature targets are not exceeded. A little more info is available here. Be aware that some of it may be geared towards marking rather than pure facts.
Ended up finding the answer myself - credit here since that let me automate the process somewhat I created a script as mentioned previously that handled creating a new screen mode. I saved this as xrandr.sh and made sure it was executable. I used gtf to generate the modeline (gtf 1280 800 60.0 - horizontal resolution, vertical resolution and frequency - ...
There are various wireless "bands", which are particular frequencies. Each band has a number of channels, which are frequencies close to each other. When waves from the same frequency are in close proximity, they cause interference, which reduces overall bandwidth as data has to been re-transmitted, and can even cause a total loss of connectivity. Wireless-G ...
The default software emulator runs with or without HAXM. Intel HAXM just adds hardware capabilities to speed up the emulation.
Even if you could I don't suggest you to add another graphics card with a PSU of 350 Watts.
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