Bottom line is that I want to have dual monitors display my desktop on my HP Z210 Workstation running Win 7. I have installed two monitors, one attached to the onboard video adapter and the other attached to an add-on NVIDIA card.
I hope that this is the correct or most apropriate place for my post but if not please accept my apologies,Firstly thank you for making Crunchbang, I am loving it. It is very fast using only 2% of my Quadcore Cpu and less than half a G of memory. I ran into a problem which I have solved and wanted to point out that the crunchbang.org/wiki/nvidia might need updating.Perhaps the link can
Just found my old SBLive 5.1 (SB0200) on one of the old motherboard boxes ,
I'm not that picky when I comes to sound quality , my question is.. when it comes to performance , does these onboard audio like Realtek HD Audio (ALC892) consume less CPU resources than the SBlive 5.1 when it comes to gaming ?
I'm having trouble to configure my audio on Slackware 14 and I'm a little confused: I have an Asus M2V Motherboard with onboard audio but under /proc/asound/cards I have three different cards (HDA NVidia, VIA VTxx and a SAA7134). Can someone tell me how it's possible?