Lets take a look at how much memory we really need. With the introduction of the GTX 900 series graphics from NVIDIA, we've seen a leap in two things: performance, and especially on the mobile graphics side, memory size. Simply put, the higher your resolution is, the more memory youre going to need in addition to high raw processing power.
Hi guys, I am using fedora 19 64bit with kernel 3.10. I am not sure about this but is it safe to install the latest ATI beta driver which is 13.8 beta and work properly? I want to use my graphics card to play Dota 2?????
Can anyone tell me why loaded latest fglrx Ati/AMD prorietory driver is identified as "oland" with Radeon HD 6800 VGA card (command: fglrxinfo); and also CCC identifies (catalyst 13.12 stable installed) my card as HD 6800 while my card is a Radeon r7 250? Since the drivers had worked (till the latest package update wrecked my GUI again *), I tend to believe it is normal. Is it normal?
I have Intel core i5 4670K, 8GB RAM. I am just testing out a good birate for 1080p and 60fps recording using OBS. I tried to record using 10000kb/s, it freezes OBS. Then went back to 8000kb/s, freezes again. Then I went further back to 3500Kb/s and only then it works. I went to the BIOS and gave the igpu maximum memory as well.
HardOCP does their Battlefield 4 beta performance test.
Looking at their results, the beta seems to have horrible performance on the 280x looking at the frame rate, but the reviewers say that the overall experience was superior on the 280x despite it having much lower frames per second than the GTX 770. That could be due to a driver issue, or the GTX 770 is running into a VRAM limitation.
I have a MINIX X7 Pro, with 2GB Ram and 16 GB ROM Quad Core 1.6 Ghz, which seems to me a very powerful device available on the market though now may not be the high-end end. What surprises me though.. even when on Idle I saw pretty much plenty of CPU resources taken up !! some 40-60++ percent of CPU power were consumed, and 50-70% of the plentiful 2GB Ram on a daily basis..