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Linus’s intel gpu

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I bet you the only compatible bios is for an intel made motherboard that was also scrapped. But I bet you if that motherboard actually does exist then you may be able to get ahold of it and use that gpu with it. As for drivers you may be better off with Linux. (I just rewatched this video now) ( And I am kinda of hoping that LMG will notice this post.)

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they probably will if enough conversation is stirred. interesting concept. And I do agree that there is a chance the drivers may work better with Linux


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Posted · Original PosterOP
26 minutes ago, eeeee1 said:

they probably will if enough conversation is stirred. interesting concept. And I do agree that there is a chance the drivers may work better with Linux

Could it be possible that any intel motherboard would work? As maybe they were just using drivers readily available in their system bios. So maybe if an intel made motherboard from the time was used it would work.

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any motherboard prob made 1-2 years around the start of research of the gpu should probably work. dont quote me on this though


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Makes sense. In the video Linus uses a modern board, I bet you if he used an era specific board it would of worked. (As well as it having to be from Intel.)

 

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