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Your Lenovo P51 Laptop may be able to run VR if you use an external GPU box (also called eGPU's) because you have a Thunderbolt 3 port, which is what that uses. Here are some GPU boxes: Razer Core X (In RGB and Non-RGB 'flavors') and Gigabyte GPU Box with a Nvidia RTX 2080ti, Nvidia RTX 2070, Nvidia GTX 1080, Nvidia GTX 1070, or AMD RX 580 GPU's If you ...


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If you're going to upgrade something on that system, upgrade the GPU. Even the fastest CPU your mainboard supports (an i7-3770K) is only 50% faster in multi-threaded performance, and less than 5% faster in single-threaded performance; the fastest modern CPU is less than 50% better single-threaded, gaining performance mostly by virtue of having 32 cores. In ...


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Since the Acer Zenbook Duo only has DDR3 RAM, and the inferior MX250 GPU, I'd rule that out. Your PH315-52-76WX model of the Acer Predator Helios 300 looks like a good buy, but the Model B07S8D3C8J TUF Gaming A15 with 256 GB M.2 NVMe SSD, Ryzen 7, and 1660Ti GPU has a faster internal drive and WiFi 6, whereas the Predator only has WiFi 5. Of course, if ...


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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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Most 4GB laptops can be easily upgraded to 8GB, which might be enough for you if you prefer cheap solutions. "Gaming Laptop", "office laptop" and the others are mostly bullshit-words to help laymans to choose the product. AMD is the same in benchmarks like the intel, but it is cheaper. They need to compensate their weaker name with price. In your case I ...


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We can do the math to calculate the power consumed by CPU cooler, motherboard, RAM, and HDDs for each rail (bus, or voltage specific circuit) of the power supply ('PSU'), relying on the specs of each component. Go back to each manufacturer's website to find their spec sheets; don't rely on the reseller's data, and use the startup current as that's the ...


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Not consistently according to the NVIDIA specs found at their website. A search in their Support Forum and also in their knowledgebase found no comments regarding improved performance if ray tracing is turned off. However, Inamdar in NVIDIA Chat Support did say "Yes, if you use the game without ray tracing the fps and performance will increase. We can't ...


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=> nVidia RTX 2060 Super I am using it, excellent in gaming and decent enough for VR experience.


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After our discussion in comments and looking at your requirements - you probably want to go with the nVidia Tegra. As a SoM not as a bare SoC. That's roughly the chip which powers the Nintendo Switch. They did port the Witcher onto it.


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From the benchmarks found here , the GIOPS (Integer Operation Per Second) for the Nvidia 2080Ti is second only to the RTX Titan, but for 1/3 the price. Since this specific workload contains a lot of small chunck of memory transfer, It seems like two 2080Ti(s) are the logical choice all domain (budget, memory IO, ram, computing power) considered.


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Halo Reach is not a very demanding game. Probably because it was built and optimized for the Xbox 360's GPU, which was released in 2005! 2D games like Age of Empires are much less demanding than Halo Reach too. I'm not sure whether your $150 budget is just for a GPU or an entire upgrade; I have to assume just the GPU because an entire upgrade would cost ...


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I'm going to give you two options and leave them up to your to decide whether the price warrants the difference in performance. These are solid option that far outstrips the DOA 1060 you recieved and should be capable of lasting you for at least the next five years if not the end of the decade (assuming nothing else in your computer breaks down). Capable of ...


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I would suggest you to go for 1. Ryzen 5 2400U processor & GTX1050 4GB Graphics => GTX1050 is the best GPU among all of them. => AMD Ryzen 5 2400U and ``Intel Core i5 8250U` performs very close.


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