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By Madoka G
I am an M17X R4 owner running WIN10 AND currently upgrading my laptop from an 7970m to a 970m.
I have already successfully transferred my 970m to the motherboard and windows has detected the the gpu in device manager, optimus mode is enabled and the intel graphics are also detected.
The laptop is currenlty booting in full UEFI mode and running bios A11 stock.
Currently I am experiencing issues with getting the 970m to run, my Intel graphics keep running only but i can see the 970m is installed and the settings can be changed from the nvidia control panel and can be benchmarked using FurMark.
I managed to modify an nvidia driver using the device hardware ID's (not sure if that is the issue) but i think the main reason why the 970m is being used is because i require an unlocked Bios to change which GPU it runs on?
Everything up until this point has been an interesting learning curve and i feel i have almost cracked it.
what do you all think, any advice would be much appreciated by myself and my laptop
Im no expert on the matter but if anyone wants any advice from my experiences above i would be happy to help the best i can. Thx
I was wondering if a graphic amplifier (with series 10 gpu) will make my ASUS ROG G752VT become VR ready.
Currently the specs are :
Display size/resolution 17.3 inch, 1,920 x 1,080 screen
PC CPU 2.6GHz Intel Core i7-6700HQ
PC Memory 16GB DDR4 SDRAM 2,133MHz
Graphics 3072MB Nvidia GTX 970M
Storage 128GB SSD + 1TB 7,200rpm HDD
Networking 802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4.0
Operating system Micorsoft Windows 10 Home (64-bit)
Before spending on that, any information will be helpful
If yes, which graphic amplifier should i get ?
If not , what do you advise me do to so that I can get VR running properly? ( I do not have space for desktop)
Thank you for your help.
Hey sorry for my bad english and sorry if this question is kinda stupid..
So i have a y500 650m SLI and already flashed the bios.
I thought about getting myself a EXP GDC v8 + 220W Dell power brick and a 1050 Ti from Zotac.
i googled a bit and found some ppl saying that the y500 model 1(? - i don't know which one i have) only has mPCIE x1 - so whatever it is they say it's kinda slow.
So my questions are, do i only have 1x PCIE, how can i find out and to what "powerer degree" of graphics card can i get, that doesnt suffer from power loss then?! Is a 1050Ti ok für that PCIE 1x?
i attached a screen of my nvidia inspector window maybe it helps