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'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
Hi I am running ubuntu 12.04 on dell inspiron 14z laptop which has got ATI graphics cards and also intel on board graphics card. By default it uses ATI, which consumes more power and heats up a lot. Is that possible between ATI and on board depending upon our requirement, so that I can save my battery and avoid laptop on heating up?
(sorry if my English is not good, i hope you will understand my question)
I have laptop HP Pavilion g6 2220sm, with intel dual core processor, 6gb of ram and two graphics cards (intel HD and AMD HD7670M)and i will like to install fedora on my laptop but i have a question: Can i found (install) drivers for my graphics cards?
If you're not following me on Twitter, you're missing out on news and some very interesting photos that were posted this weekend. No, it's not of the latest beer, but of a feast of graphics cards. A 40-way comparison of NVIDIA/AMD graphics cards on Linux with the open-source Mesa/Gallium3D drivers...
Lenovo laptop W520 has two graphics cards: Integrated and nVidia. Ubuntu 10.10 had worked with Integrated graphics card and driver. Since I used System->Administration->Additional Drivers to activate nVidia, after reboot I have only terminal login now and no more graphics. Thanks.
NVIDIA has just announced the immediate availability for download of the 304.116 Legacy version of its graphics driver for Linux operating systems. A day after launching a new, major driver for its latest graphic cards, NVIDIA has also released an update for its older cards.
After last week delivering a 21-way graphics card comparison on Linux using the open-source Intel, Radeon, and NVIDIA (Nouveau) graphics drivers, this week at Phoronix we have a 27-way graphics card. This time around all of the graphics cards were tested using the closed-source/proprietary AMD Catalyst and NVIDIA graphics drivers.