Posted 09 May 2012 - 06:23 PM
Nvidia sells a brand of high-end graphics cards, the Tesla, that are used only for the GPU rather than as a video adapter and most do not even have video output.
I was wondering if I could use a regular graphics card the same way. I want to use a pci-e card so that it speeds up my games, but I want to plug in the monitor cable into either the integrated graphics socket, or the socket of a conventional PCI card. The reason is that the card I am using is an old radeon X1300 that requires a dual-link DVI cable, which is something I do not have and would rather not buy.