- May 31, 2019
Oh no...thank you guys.
If you are just using the iGPU/HD4000 it should be working already. If you have a dedicated graphics card then you'd need to run the IGPU in headless mode.How would I go about enabling quick sync?
This is what the msi rx 580 will look like. Notice it covers the pci 1x but you barely have enough room for the white one so it will be a super tight fit.
I wouldn't recommend the GT 710 for photo editing if you will use a 4K monitor as it can only do 4K @ 30Hz via HDMI not 4K @ 60Hz via DP like the RX560. The 710's performance is not much better than HD4000 integrated anyway.I want to upgrade for photo editing but the main use is for audio production.
Here's what the Silverstone site says:out putting that to a standard sata?
Hi @nicksoph. No my Rivo adapter doesn't have a SATA connection, just the NVMe M.2 slot. Though what you're suggesting sounds like it could work. I'd like to hear how this goes, I think it might work, as SATA is the official start up connection on this board. Great speeds on that NVMe you have!. I have to edit my thread about the $34 250GB EX900. The 300MB read speed difference was down to the processor not the different drives. I received my new 7010 mobo which I'm rebuilding for my G5. (More details on that thread when the new parts arrive next week). And tested the EX900 with an i3 3245 and i7 3770 on the new board, using the $2 adapter in the X16 slot. 350MB in read speeds was the difference, using different processors.