integrated graphics

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    Question Enable integrated GPU without display or OS installed

    Hi there, I have ASUS ROG GL 702VM laptop. The laptop's display suddenly went off without working load on it but the laptop was still powered on. I sent the laptop to ASUS tech support to examine it and they told me that the laptop's mobile GPU is dead(GTX 1060 6 GB) and it requires a new...
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    How to use HDMI/VGA ports on a laptop if OS only sees integrated graphics?

    Laptop: Dell Inspiron N5010 CPU: Intel® Core™ i3-350M Processor Graphics: Intel HD Graphics + AMD ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5650/5470/4200/550v Backstory: The graphics on the laptop got bad, cant see whats on the display bad. HDMI port also stopped working. So my dad got the laptop repaired in...
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    Can I overclock my GPU?

    I have overclocked my cpu, and need more from my GPU. Its an integrated graphics card, but is there a way to overclock it? My bios doesn't give any options to though. Thanks. Its a lenovo ideapad 15IBR
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    Lenovo-Y50 not Having FPS Rates it Should, Stuck on 60 FPS.

    Hey Y'all, I'm in a bit of a situation. Recently I purchased the Lenovo-Y50 laptop (got it a few days ago) and I am very confused as to why the frame rate on games such as Call of Duty: World at War and Minecraft are not above 60. I have done some researching but I can't seem to fix this issue...
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    So are "gaming" laptops the only laptops that have separate graphics cards now?

    There was a day, primarily in the build-it-yourself era, and the choose-your-components era of Dell and a few others where one could buy a standard laptop at a feasible price and still get the benefit of having a separate graphics card with it's own dedicated GPU and RAM. Today, outside of...
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    Business grade laptop with good connectivity needed

    1. What is your budget? Up to 1400 EUR 2. What is the size of the notebook that you are considering? Preferably compact, say 14 inch, it is meant to be portable (enough) 3. What screen resolution do you want? Irrelevant, not meant for gaming. 4. Do you need a portable or desktop...