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For a work environment I would recommend nvidia quadro. Not the p600 or p620 those are likely to be too small and under perform although they would work and be the cheapest option. The previous model line goes P1000, P2000, P4000, [P5000], P6000. With price going from least to most expensive. I think the current model line right now is RTX but buying the ...


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As far as my simple research goes, you should pick the thickest one. Thick laptops have more room for cooling and will be quieter. Both have the same tdp range (18-25W) so the level of quietness is for the best cooling solution


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Your cpu only has a limited number of pci-e lanes available. Sadly I can't find the official documentation but from different forums and other people with these issues it appears that the 3xxx series apu does not support a second PCIex16 slot.


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It's difficult to say on basic specifications alone. the idea Irsu85 brought up is a good one, but for all we know the thinner one might use fancy cooling mechanisms like vapor chambers, has more/larger heat pipes or has an aluminum unibody that assists in dissipating more heat. If you have the make and model. Try looking for video reviews. Often times they ...


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One option might be that you have Nvidia DSR enabled. to check: open up Nvidia control panel, go to Manage 3d setting and search for DSR-Factors. in your case 2.00x might be enabled


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Something like this USB C to Dual HDMI Adaptor should allow you to use 2 additional screens although this is dependant on your laptop. I found some splitters, some external USB graphic cards, but all the solutions I found are a bit clumsy or will not allow two external monitors ( but only one ) I have had similar issues using external USB Graphics cards / ...


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The Support page shows that it supports SLI, but you need to pair your card with an identical one. If you have the original 2080, not the Ti or Super variants, then you need to find an original card. This can be hard to do as they have mostly phased the original out in favor of the Super, but that doesn't make it impossible.


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