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Arty

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  1. Default Ubuntu (Pop Os, but shouldn't matter) with Gnome. Everything worked outta the box, I didn't have to do anything. I plugged one monitor into the motherboard, and the other two into my gpu. Not even a fancy computer, a Hp ProDesk with a GT 710. Did not have to do any configuring what so ever outside of the placement that I wanted. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯. 1 Intel - Right 2 NVIDIA - Left/Middle
  2. Not sure if this is relevant or will help, but, One thing I have noticed, (On Linux, but probably true on Windows) I could not place a Monitor of another GPU in between two other monitors of another GPU. Example of Invalid Scenario for my triple monitor system, Nvidia, Intel, Nvidia (Also Linux monitor placement is soo much easier, thier must be a config for windows somewhere?) The NVIDIA Panel in Linux supports both Nvidia Monitors and Intel Monitors, I was able to fine tune via that. Is that not an option in the Windows Version?
  3. XMP 3333 @ 1.4 Volts is where I ended up. 1.4 Should be safe right?
  4. Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3200MHz C16 Based on reviews, tomorrow I am going to see try and see which batch of modules are actually on the ram. Looks like theirs at least 3 different batch's.
  5. It looks like my motherboard gives me all the options?
  6. I have 3200 MHz ram, Currently running at XMP 3200. Can I just pick a higher XMP such as 3600 to run it at? Trying to see if I can get to the ideal speed of 3600mhz for amd.
  7. It depends on the motherboard. However anecdotally, my pre-built computer does support using the onboard GPU at the same time as my dedicated GPU. If you have the GPU with you, you can try it.
  8. If possible, make it a per user option in the preferences.
  9. Your laptop's NIC might be limited to 100mbps (AKA 10MBps), first check if both Ethernet controllers on both devices are even capable of gigabit. A lot of laptops do not have gigabit NIC's.
  10. Block the Update Server IP's/Hostnames in the Firewall/Hosts File? Can't Update if it thinks their no internet connection. Edit: What are you using the machine for that it needs to be running windows?
  11. HDMI 2.0 @ 4k60 ~18gbps 10 Meters 4k, 30 Meters 1080p Ethernet Cat5e ~1gbps 100 Meters Ethernet Cat 7 ~10gbps 55 Meters You will run into Frame Rate & Resolution Issues. Along with Latency with the conversion, compression and decompression, Etc. Possible, Yes, Practical, Meh
  12. If, a UPS doesn't solve it, try a differnet outlet, if that doesn't work...... That's all i got.
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