Do you know what your graphics chipset is exactly? Trylspci | grep VGALm-sensors can monitor ati graphics cards i think and nvidia has software to moniter their cards... Not sure you are going to have much luck with integrated graphics
I have two graphics cards, one is 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ Processors with Intel® HD Graphics 4000, and the other one is NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M LE.
I tried to install nvidia-current, but it seems not compatible.
After I reboot my computer, it does not display anything.
I have a laptop that has a Core Duo T2050 w. Intel® 945GM x86/MMX/SSE2 integrated graphics. I recently installed Steam and attempted to play CS:S and To The Moon and both times received a warning about OpenGL. (I know, I know.
According to rumblings from the rumor mill, NVIDIA will be launching three new video cards in October. We figured you guys would have fun discussing this even though NVIDIA hasn't commented on the rumor yet. :cool:
Nvidia plans to introduce high-end GeForce GTX 870 and GeForce GTX 880 graphics cards based on the GM204 graphics processor in early October.
I'm about to buy myself a new notebook and I've been wondering about the whole Hybrid Graphics problem.
I've had a Dell XPS 15 with a NVIDIA Optimus Graphics Card for a while now, and I'm really not very happy with the way bumblebee and ironhide "solved" the problem.
I've looked into some AMD Radeon Graphics Cards and I haven't found many people complaining about problems with the sw