I was looking at a ASUS Prime Z490-P LGA 1200, and the specs say it has a graphics co-processor: GTX 1060. What does this mean? [closed]

I was looking at a ASUS Prime Z490-P LGA 1200, and the specs say it has a graphics co-processor: GTX 1060. What does this mean? Does this mean that I do not need to install a separate graphics card, and that the graphics will process through the motherboard? Thank you!

This is the Image of the Product Specs

macos – Is there a way to use accelerated 3D graphics from NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M in Mac OS Big Sur?

Since Mac OS High Sierra, Macbook Pro Late 2013 owners complain about the inability of using their NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M dedicated graphics card to speed up 3D graphics or a second display. So after all, I was wondering if Apple, NVIDIA, or some hacker [?] did something to re-enable these old-but-gold graphics card in Mac OS Big Sur.

I know it may be the latest Mac OS officialy released for 2013 Macbooks Pro, however it doesn’t mean it’s too outdated to be used these days. They’re still very nice pieces of hardware, that’s why I’m asking.

graphics – Mathematical particle collision problem

There are three types of particles in the container, A, B, and C. If two particles of the same type collide, it will become a B particle; if two particles of different types collide, it will become another particle. For example, one A particle collides with a B particle and becomes a C particle.
There are 10 A particles, 8 B particles, and 9 C particles. Only one particle remains after various collisions.

Simulate all final results.
It is best to have a dynamic process.
There are 10 A particles, 8 B particles, and 9 C particles. Only one particle remains after various collisions.

Simulate all final results
It is best to have a dynamic process.

I couldn’t solve it after one day. . .
Help me thank you

Creating Banners (YouTube/Websites) (Photoshop) and other Website Graphics | Forum Promotion

Just to add on, I can create favicons for websites and banners too (not the gif ones like in my signature though). I can discuss this type of stuff in PMs.
While I’m not completely limited to just YouTube graphics, I can modify them to fit the needs of a website too. Please contact me further for this type of stuff…


settings – Why does Automatic Graphics Switching keep re-enabling itself without my involvement?

I disable Automatic graphics switching under Energy Saver, as it significantly slows my Macbook Pro (10.15.5). Yet this checkbox keeps getting re-enabled when I have not touched it!

How can I prevent that? Or failing that, how can I disable this from the command line? (I’ll write a script to run every ten minutes.)

Energy Saver,

Is a Computer Graphics book being outdated a problem?

Me and my friends decided to make a game engine as a graduation project and this summer we are dedicating ourselves to really get into the knowledge we need before actually starting the project.

We are starting by watching the UC San Diego CG course(s) (there is an advanced course now) and also read the Essential Mathematics for Games and Interactive Applications 3rd Edition book (we are a bit undecided about the book so if you have any comments about it we will greatly appreciate them).

Our problem mainly is that while googling for CG books, answers on this community and even on other sites seem to always suggest outdated books (like Computer Graphics C Version 2nd Edition).

Now, I personally don’t think a book being outdated is necessarily bad, but it could be. Depends on how differently things in the 2020 are being done and as a beginner I am obviously ignorant of that aspect.

Is a book being outdated a problem? and if it’s not, would you recommend the book mentioned above? If it is, can you recommend a more dated book?

All kinds of recommendations regarding anything I mentioned in my question will be appreciated.

graphics card – Cannot set 1440p @ 144hz inside windows with GTX 660

I’m trying to set 1440p @ 144hz inside windows environment, I don’t care about in-game 144fps with that card.


  • n660oc from Gigabyte. It has DisplayPort 1.2, which in theory supports 1440p@144Hz easily. The card is OCd to run at 1Ghz, with a core/memory clock at 6GHz.
  • The monitor is an AG273QX which definitely supports it, even goes to 165Hz.
  • The cable is a certified Club3d CAC-2068 DisplayPort 1.4 capable of 32.4Gbps, even supports 8K.

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Yet, in windows automatically I am suggested with 1440p@60Hz.


Through NVidia control panel I’ve set it manually and reached 133Hz, great! How do I proceed now?

The GpuZ utility displays that the link rate between monitor↔gpu is at 5.4Gbps.
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Both the cable and monitor are for sure ok, which only implies the card is to blame..
Any help on how do I approach this, would be greatly appreciated.

display – Integrated graphics showing black screen

I recently dual-loaded Ubuntu 20.04 alongside Windows 10. My system has 1 monitor connected directly to my dedicated NVIDIA 1660 Ti and 2 monitors connected to the motherboard using the Intel UHD Graphics 630 as a pass-through.

After the initial install, everything was working just fine; signals being sent to all 3 monitors. But the next day, I wake up, boot up the computer, and… the 2 monitors connected to the 630 are showing black screens. (But when I boot into Windows, everything is still working fine; so this doesn’t appear to be a BIOS issue.)

There are a few things that make this very interesting and difficult for me to figure out:

  • GRUB will appear on the monitor connected to the 1660 Ti, then the Ubuntu logo will briefly appear on the 2 monitors connected to the 630 before the login screen appears.
  • Although both monitors are completely dark, they claim to be receiving a signal (although my monitors are admittedly old), but both the Display settings and the NVidia X Server settings do not detect them.
  • Running the command lshw -c video acknowledges that both the 1660 Ti and the 630 are there, but running lspci | grep VGA only shows the 1660 Ti.
rektroth@Rektroth-Ubuntu:~$ lshw -c video
       description: VGA compatible controller
       product: TU116 (GeForce GTX 1660 Ti)
       vendor: NVIDIA Corporation
       physical id: 0
       bus info: pci@0000:01:00.0
       version: a1
       width: 64 bits
       clock: 33MHz
       capabilities: pm msi pciexpress vga_controller bus_master cap_list rom
       configuration: driver=nvidia latency=0
       resources: irq:129 memory:a4000000-a4ffffff memory:90000000-9fffffff memory:a0000000-a1ffffff ioport:3000(size=128) memory:c0000-dffff
       description: Display controller
       product: UHD Graphics 630 (Desktop 9 series)
       vendor: Intel Corporation
       physical id: 2
       bus info: pci@0000:00:02.0
       version: 00
       width: 64 bits
       clock: 33MHz
       capabilities: pciexpress msi pm bus_master cap_list
       configuration: driver=i915 latency=0
       resources: irq:139 memory:a3000000-a3ffffff memory:80000000-8fffffff ioport:4000(size=64)
rektroth@Rektroth-Ubuntu:~$ lspci | grep VGA
01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation TU116 (GeForce 1660 Ti) (rev a1)

To save time, I’ll go ahead and answer a few questions I know will be asked:

  • Yes, nvidia-driver-440 is installed and is what the system is currently using.
  • Yes, nvidia-prime is installed (although “PRIME profiles” does not appear in the NVIDIA X Server settings).
  • I didn’t expect it to work, but yes, I got desperate and attempted a boot using nomodeset without any luck.

I’m completely out of ideas and none of the dozens of pages, articles, and forums I have scoured have helped.

Map two input streams, one graphics objects and the other characters through Show

The question is how to sequentially execute Show with two streams of input. The first is graphics object stream and the second is a character stream for supplying labelling for the graphics. I tried

ss={{ListPlot(x1)},{ListPlot(x2),…};labelling={aa,bb,cc,dd….}; Map(Show(#1,PlotLabel->StringJoin(#2,”…”,”…”))&,{ss,labelling})

I tried both Map and MapThread to inconsistent results, i.e., works sometimes and not work some other times. It became consistent when I put the labelling elements into individual curly brackets, i.e., labelling={{aa},{bb},{cc},(dd)) Wonder why is this the case?

VPS Hosting with any DX 11 Graphics (in Europe)


I am looking for low end VPS oder dedicated (virtual CPU, bare metal) hosting with DirectX 11 graphics on Windows or MacOs. The tool I want to use states the following Minimum requirements.

Dual-Core x86-CPU with 2,0 GHz


graphics card with DirectX 11 or higher

Recommended GPUs

NVIDIA GeForce 600-Series or newer

AMD Radeon HD 3000-Series or newer

Intel HD Graphics 2000-Series or newer

This will not be used in a production environment speed is not important. It is mainly important that the programm is running and there is some way to remote control / send inputs to it.