Tag: Graphics Processing Unit

  • Install Nvidia drivers on Debian [and Ubuntu] Linux

    Install Nvidia drivers on Debian [and Ubuntu] Linux

    Many Linux enthiuasts use Linux System with high end specs and find Nvidia drivers difficult to install, the main reason behind this dificulty is that Nvidia is not open source… [read more]

  • What is GPU rasterization?

    What is GPU rasterization?

    GPU rasterization is a technique used in computer graphics to efficiently convert vector graphics into raster graphics using the parallel processing power of a graphics processing unit (GPU). It is… [read more]

  • Is it safe to enable 4x MSAA?

    In Android mobiles under developer options you may have seen an option to enable and disable 4x MSAA, what is that? Will it improve anything? Is it safe to enable… [read more]

  • Is 83°C too hot for a GPU?

    In high-end computers, GPUs easily hit 83 Degree Celsius temperature when you are editing, gaming, or in a rare case mining cryptos. But isn’t this too hot for a GPU?… [read more]

  • Does AMD run hotter than Intel?

    Does AMD run hotter than Intel?

    I’m not a fanboy of AMD products, but this is something which I get bored of recently. Users ask me that why are you suggesting an AMD build which heats… [read more]

  • What is Above 4G Decoding?

    While digging into the motherboard’s settings it is common to see the Above 4G Decoding option and by default, it is disabled. If you are thinking that at the consumer… [read more]

  • Optimal CPU-GPU temperatures

    Optimal CPU-GPU temperatures

    While working in the computer technology field, most of us care about the life span of our investments made on hardware units like CPU and GPU. If everything is okay… [read more]