05-28-2019 11:56 AM
Can i remove gtx1080 and run from the i7-6700 gpu?
I assume i can do this only if gtx doesn't send signal directly to the panel.
Because the is a switch board that enables one to input fhd hdmi and have it diplay on the lcd panel, i asume the panel is not fed directly by the gtx1080. Correct?
So the question is, is there a conection between the motherboard and this little switch board?
I'll bet there is not.
But if there is, how does one get the internal cpu/gpu graphics signal to drive the panel rather than the gtx1080?
It would be wonderful is the computer auto-switched when it got no signal fom the gtx!
I read that it can be switched in the control panels devices setings.
I'm worried trying the switch -- if it doesn't work -- there is no way to get back to the gtx.
It would be nice were this a bios settings.
How does one get to the advanced bios????
Thank you, Steve
05-29-2019 12:22 PM
Controls may be available in the BIOS instead of physical switch. Pressing on F1 on boot would get you to the BIOS menu which you can access video setup under Devices tab. Advance tab is next to it but more for CPU set up.
GPU card at the back (hardware manual page 31) is removable. HDMI in switch on the side offers the machine as a stand alone monitor for your laptop and other devices. By default, the integrated graphics should run automatically if there is no need for the GTX1080 demands.
Update us how it goes for you.
05-30-2019 10:28 AM
06-15-2019 11:17 AM
not sure if it would be physically possible, as the display of the unit connects directly to the GPU via Displayport. The cabling is quite complicated and the displayport cable going from GPU to display might be soldered on the other end, as it is a custom solution.
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