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PRATAP KUMAR PANABAKA

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  1. Pixels, Display Resolution

    Dear Experts, i am confused with Pixels & Display Resolution.. I bought few monitors and TV's during last 10 years without knowing the concept of Pixels & Resolution. I was searching for this on web but still confused. 1. are pixels having dimensions? like "1mm square" or "2mm square" something like this? 2. is it possible to have 4K resolution in 20" TV 22" TV 24" TV 26" TV......................43" TV so on? if yes, in this case the size of the pixel varies?
  2. GDDR"X" Compatibility

    Sorry my MOBO is https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/B150I-GAMING-PRO.html
  3. GDDR"X" Compatibility

    thats very clear. thank you verymuch.
  4. GDDR"X" Compatibility

    Dear Experts, i am new to Graphic Cards, i would like to buy a Graphic Card for my PC. MSIB150, i3-7100, 8GBDDR4 HyperX, 240GB Kingston SSD 200W PSU. 1. how to find compatibility to my MB? any website links please. 2. can i use any one from GDDR3, 4 & 5? 3. what is mean by 3x4, 3x16?? in PCI Express, which one gives more performance? 3xHigher Number?
  5. CPU TDP

    Hi thanks for your replys. can you explain what is the importance of TDP? why to consider it?
  6. CPU TDP

    Dear Experts my assumption is if the TDP is more, performance is more. i have i7-4770 which is 84W Desktop and i7-6550U which is 15W Laptop if i compare i3-6300 which is 51W with i3-6300T which is 35W which one will have more performance? is there direct relation with TDP to Performance? i would like to buy a 8th Gen i3 Processor but confused which one to take higher TDP one or lower TDP one i prefer to go with less heat generation of processor with high performance, please recommend me in this kind.
  7. VRAM NVDIA Graphics Card

    Hi It's Thoshiba Satellite C55C2090
  8. VRAM NVDIA Graphics Card

    Dear Experts.. I have a Toshiba Satellite Laptop bought 2 years ago. On it , there are two lables.. intel and NVDIA geforce.. I have several times freshly installed windows 10 on it. I don't have any idea about graphic cards. Recently I tried to check whether I am using these graphics card or not. I have gone to display manager, There it is showing intel HD graphics. Does it mean my laptop is not using NVDIA geforce graphics? When I go to manage my computer option and then display drivers..it is showing Intel HD graphics and NVIDEA geforce. Also if I right click on windows desktop empty place..I could see Intel graphics and NVIDEA graphics options.. My laptop box says i7-6500U (BGA) 4G+4G ddr3l/2GB VRAM Does it mean I have graphics card in my laptop?
  9. HDD and SSD

    hi, thanks for quick response.. case means, you mean Chassis for the whole hardware? i accept your suggestion. my query was regarding HDD encasement.. if we observe the HDD, green color hardware board is visible.. do i need to close with proper accessory? at the same time do i need to remove the encasement of SSD to fit it into laptop slot to avoid over-thickness?
  10. HDD and SSD

    Dear Experts, recently i have bought Kingston 2.5" A400 SSD 120GB for my HTPC. i am using i7 laptop since 2 years. this Thosiba i7 laptop came with 1TB HDD. i observed that the boot time for windows 10 is taking long with HDD. i have tried to open laptop back case and removed the HDD. replaced the HDD with 2.5" A400 SSD and fresh installation of windows 10 is done and working fine. i observed that boot time performance is very quick with this SSD. here is my confusion. the HDD i removed from Laptop is without encasment. (plz see attached photos) the SSD i bought is fully covered. (plz see attached photos) when i fixed this SSD into laptop slot, it was bit tight compared to the HDD. but i could close the laptop back case without big trouble. 1. does this SSD requires ventilation same like HDD?? (do i need to remove the encasment of this SSD) 2. do i need to encase this HDD same like SSD for my HTPC usage?? Laptop: Thoshiba Sattelite i7-6th Gen HTPC: ASUS H81T i7-4770
  11. Operating System - DOS vs Supported Operating System Windows 10

    now i understand what does it mean. Operating System OS Architecture 64 bit Operating System DOS Supported Operating System Windows 10 System Architecture 64 bit Thank you very much for all your replies.
  12. Operating System - DOS vs Supported Operating System Windows 10

    https://www.flipkart.com/asus-x-series-pentium-quad-core-7th-gen-4-gb-1-tb-hdd-dos-x541na-go125-laptop/p/itmfycrpzkfhtwuf?pid=COMFYCRPSXAGHJD8&srno=s_1_4&otracker=search&lid=LSTCOMFYCRPSXAGHJD8DF4L7E&fm=SEARCH&iid=50359677-6b31-4647-a137-8aa3d19434a2.COMFYCRPSXAGHJD8.SEARCH&ppt=Search Page&ppn=Search Page&ssid=eeqpnr0hox07suf41515286050397&qH=1cef9fdf4db1b279
  13. Dear Experts, while i am looking for a laptop to buy, i am confused about a specification like this Operating System OS Architecture 64 bit Operating System DOS Supported Operating System Windows 10 System Architecture 64 bit Does it mean my laptop will have OS called DOS? i have never worked with this OS. Can you please explain whats the difference between OS-DOS & Supported OS-Windows10 after buying this laptop do i need to buy Windows10 License?
  14. Intel Optane

    Dear Experts, Can you please clarify about Intel Optane. Is it a Hard Drive? or it supports Hard Drive to accelerate? is it only to install OS like Windows, Ubuntu or Can i store little data also in it? my purpose is to install lite OS like Ubuntu and Browse, nothing more than this, i dont need any data storage. So can i use Intel Optane for this purpose or is it mandatory to use HDD, SSD paired with Intel Optane.. Please answer Y or N to run a PC with KabyLake supported mobo+7th gen processor Intel Optane is enough or Intel Optane plus HDD/ SSD?? Thanks in Advance.
  15. Graphic Cards

    Dear Experts, Can you please explain what are the differences between Intel Processor Graphics (Intel HD Graphics 630) & Other Graphic Cards?? Why do we see DVI and HDMI Slots with these Graphic Cards?? means we should not use the DVI & HDMI Slots of Motherboard??
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