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If you are into gaming, I would suggest you just leave a small partition for windows. For the sake of curiosity, why do you think you need a HyperVisor vs a regular linux distro? Is it because you feel you can make better use of the machine hardware? Honestly if this is for gaming purposes I think the best is to keep windows and just boot into it when ...
You need to download this special version of CUDA to support the new Geforce GTX 9XX cards. Q: How does this release differ from the current CUDA 6.5 Release? A: This toolkit contain support for the GeForce GTX980 and GTX970. In addition, driver support for older generation GPUs with SM1.x has been deprecated.
As per description, this adapter is only good for up to 1920x1200 (presumably at 60 Hz). It’s limited to Single-Link DVI (SL-DVI in the product name). Your monitor has 2560x1400 at up to 144 Hz. And then, there’s also the direction. It converts DisplayPort to DVI. Not the other way. Simply put: Won’t work with this adapter, ever. Your GPU however, does ...
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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