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I did a little google search and found this guid from AsRock http://download.asrock.com/manual/virtu/Z68%20Pro3/English.pdf (carefull direct download link). It looks pretty generic. I stumbled across it on this ThomsHardware Thread Hope this is useful.


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Open the nVidia Control Panel, select 'Desktop' from the main menu, then check 'Show notification tray icon'. When hovering your cursor over the new icon, or by left-clicking, a notification will appear top left of your screen telling you how many apps are using the nVidia GPU. Depending on how you have your system configured, the default behaviour would ...


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The manufacturer recommends a minimum of 300W power supply to run this graphics card. So if your PSU has a maximum of 150W it won't be able to run it without trouble. Also, if I googled it right, your PC is an All-in-one, which in most cases means that you have no options to upgrade CPU or GPU on that machine. The problem with those computers is that in ...


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You should be able to load the certificate using MokManager.efi so that it's recognized by Shim, and therefore accepted by the kernel. I don't know if Fedora sets its GRUB up so that you can launch MokManager.efi yourself. If not, try booting (with Secure Boot disabled) a USB flash drive with an EFI shell or rEFInd. You should then be able to launch ...


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My best guess would be the power supply as well. Just because it has enough watts doesn't mean there isn't some other problem. Can you get ahold of another PSU just for testing? Another thing to consider is how good of a heat sink do you have on your CPU? If the video card is throwing off a lot of heat, it can be adding to the heat of the CPU. Modern ...



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