For the newer systems out there, you can go into the motherboard bios to enable the onboard (usually on the CPU) gpu and utilize it while having your primary gpu as a discrete graphics card. Many of the older ones did not allow the simutanious use of the onboard (on the cpu or a separate chipset on the motherboard). I am hoping to play with some of the last bios update for some of these boards that I have and enable onboard at the same time you use an actual video card. Theoretically, this could work, but…
Acer Q65H2-AM (On CPU)
Gigabyte GA-MA785GM-US2H (ATI HD4200)
Asus P5Q-EM (Intel GMA X4500HD)
Asus P4P800-VM (Intel Extreme Graphics 2)
Dell GX260 (Integrated DVMT Video)
This topic was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by Voodoo.