Hi, I wanted to know my Intel UHD number but couldnt find it in Device Manager so I looked up in the Intel website followed their instructions but found nothing. I looked up my CPU in the intel website no numerical digit was there in the graphics section.
CPU is Intel core I3 1005G1
Thanks in advance
The GPU works, The PSU works, The system works. [individually they all do work]
The system works perfectly fine without the WLAN card.
When i put the system to sleep and hotswap the mPCIe riser and WLAN press something on the keyboard.. Restarts.
Will shutdown in roughly 27 seconds for those 27 seconds it works just fine like how it normally would on external monitor.
When i shut it down and plug the riser and switch it on, same story. 27 seconds.
I don't even see a error. I get to login screen directly. I used DDU already.
I timed it. no matter what i do if i use the eGPU, External monitor it restarts instead of pause-play. I have 27 seconds.
Evening, I own a Clevo P751DM2-G with a 7700k and for a while now i've been having issues with Intel's Extreme Tuning Utility. Everytime I run the program it states that there is a newer version on the Microsoft store and then continues to load. However once loaded it doesn't show the package temp, max core feq, core count or and of the other overclocking features. I've checked the Microsoft store and the Intel website and the version I have is the latest and the utility isn't even on the Microsoft store to download.
Any advice would be great.
It's locked & hidden by default, but I've got an i7 8700k & I'd like to utilise the intel 'quick sync'/hardware acceleration in Adobe encoding in order to speed up rendering. You don't need to have a display connected to it for it to work (i believe), but it's really fustrating how it is locked out, as it means I'm missing out on quite a useful time saving feature.
Is there any way to activate or mod this?