I need a budget card that will do 4K @ 60hz.
Looking to buy a used MSI RX 560 Aero ITX which has a 4gb version and a 2gb one.
How much of the difference will that extra VRAM matter if I don't do any gaming?
So I got the DVI to HDMI cable and connected it to the motherboard HDMI output. I'm able to boot into my BIOS now but with "Primary Display" set to "CPU Graphics", I get the Clover boot screen but then it just keeps looping back to the Asus logo.
I tried changing "Primary Display" back to...
I'm an idiot.
So I went into the BIOS and changed "CPU Graphics Multi-Monitor" setting to "Enabled" which was fine.
But then I changed "Primary Display" to "CPU Graphics" to test it with my current monitor, totally forgetting that it's DVI-D and my mobo only has DisplayPort and HDMI.
Just bought a 4K 60hz monitor but my rig running Catalina at the moment has a GT 710 card which only does 4K @ 30hz.
What's a cheap card that will run 4K 60hz and should work out of the box?
Was thinking a RX 560 but are there any particular brands/models that are more likely to play nice...
I want to move my OS to a bigger (500gb) and faster SSD using Carbon Copy Cloner and use my current SSD (256gb) as an internal backup. I've done some reading and it seems pretty straightforward but I just want to make sure I have the procedure down.
1. With Disk Utility, erase the new SSD with...
I'm a noob and stupidly took the update without checking this board. Would this fix still work?