Video/graphics cards and integrated motherboard/processor graphics chips
This section of this website, combined with its Graphics Card Problems, Monitors and Laptop PCs sections, provides all of the information a prospective or an actual desktop and laptop PC owner needs to know about graphics cards and other graphics implementations and the problems that beset them.
Note well that Windows 10 does not like swapping cards if the old card’s device drivers are still installed, so remove any previous drivers ny using the Win10 Device Manager and shut down the PC before replacing the graphics card. If, say, you have a graphics card made by Asus, boot the system. If you are online, Win10 will find and install the drivers from Windows Update, but you should install the latest drivers from asus.com – Graphics Cards Support and Services – and everything should work perfectly.
Installation of graphics and sound cards
The Installing video/graphics and sound cards section of the Build Your Own Desktop PC article (under the Hardware menu item) on this website provides illustrated information on and videos of the installations of those adapter cards.
Interesting information on graphics cards on the web –
1 – Explaining PCIe Slots – The history of adaptor-card slots ending with PCI Express (PCIe), which is currently up to version 4.9. – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrXwe21biJo
2. -. – How To Avoid Potential Problems With Windows 10 Update If You Have A Discrete Graphics Card –
3. – removing a large graphics card that has a locking mechanism can be difficult. It is such a problem for him that Carey Holzman is working on a tool that removes graphics cards such as the Gigabyte RTX 3090. He tests a prototype of the tool in the following video.. Graphics card installation time starts at 44 minutes into the video.
AMD Threadripper 3960x, Gigabyte RTX 3090, 128GB RAM – Testing my new GPU removal tool prototype! –
Intel to become a manufacturer of graphics cards
Intel has decided to become a manufacturer of high-power graphics cards. The video at the top of the following page is a discussion on this prospect.
Intel 10th-gen Core i9 to deliver 5.3GHz clock speeds, according to leaked slide [March 20, 2020] –