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Follow these steps. You don't need additional software other than your own nvidia display driver.


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turn it ON! Nvidia Card does scaling if this option is on, less latency then onbaord intel gpu. Use it if you play games. TUrn off if you want that intel does scaling, this involves scaling problems but better performance if use your gpu for rendering where latency doesn´t matter. And of course turn it on if you have the UHD Version of Y50 - less laggy ...


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This is not possible. The motherboard will choose one of the cards as the primary and the POST information will appear there always. What might be possible, assuming you have 2 monitors, is if your secondary monitor has two inputs, you could either take a second output from the primary card (if it has 2 connectors) or use a splitter cable to feed the ...


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I manage to get it working! Problem was those Entrys (#0-2), there was same Entry (#1) for TDP and 3D Clock. I changed TDP to use Entry #1, 3D to use Entry #2 and Boost to use Entry #0. Then I changed 3D clock to 1280MHz and that's it. Now it runs smooth at 1280MHz and boosts it down for a while when not needed. So actually, the only problem was the user ...


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At this point the difference between the Intel HD integrated graphics and the nVidia chips is minimal for the kinds of tasks you are considering. nVidia is a better chip and will give you an advantage in the processing of extremely large graphics in a GPU acceleration aware application (Adobe Photoshop is the only one that I know of that will use a ...


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Higher frequencies in digital hardware require higher voltage for stable operation. For this reason it's safer to underclock P0, since lower frequency is guaranteed to work with high voltage. Overclocking P8 can lead to crashes (potentially damaging the hardware), you also risk to have rare, hard to reproduce errors when only a particular sequence of ...


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No, SLI only work for 2 nVIDIA and crossfire for 2 AMD cards. Mixing 2 different cards doesn't work.



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