On Wed, April 9, 2014 11:43 am, Len Ovens wrote:
If you don't want the extra power of the cuda cores on a dedicated highend
GPU from NVidia or ATI which can give impressive performance gains for
doing things like transcoding then you can live very comfortably with a
more energy conscious intel gpu onboard and the open source drivers.
I can run 1080p with most of the opengl API supported with an onboard
- Also make sure to check if the BIOS supports so called "legacy BIOS"
unless you are comfortable having to add a fat32 partition to install the
UEFI rootkit and spyware on your machine to give the NSA direct access to
your backdoor. Some people care about that kind of thing.
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