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RTX 3060 and a GT 710

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GT 710 and RTX 3060 use different drivers and do not work properly in the same machine. Remove the GT 710, enable the iGPU in the BIOS and connect a monitor to the motherboard.

I recently bought a pc off a friend of mine that came with a 3060 oc and a Gt 710 graphics card, he swore to me that he had both cards running while plugged into his pc but they one time I tried the GT 710 was the only graphics card that showed up and when I took it out I had to redownload the RTX 3060 drivers. It wont really matter if this isnt possible im asking more out of curiosity.

 

Motherboard: MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Plus

CPU: Intel i7-9700k

GPU 1: RTX 3060 OC edition

GPU 2: Gt 710

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It's possible. The 3060 can be the main GPU that does all the heavy lifting and the secondary 710 just as a display output slave.

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GT 710 and RTX 3060 use different drivers and do not work properly in the same machine. Remove the GT 710, enable the iGPU in the BIOS and connect a monitor to the motherboard.

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