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For the command you use: lspci | grep VGA for parsing video cards from the command-line output is NOT the proper way to detect what graphic controller you have. The reason is that for some video cards, they're not listed as a "[0300] VGA compatible controller", they could be a: "[0302] 3D controller" "[0380] Display controller" (in your case) Note that ...


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What you're trying to do is impossible. A "DisplayPort Splitter" doesn't add any functionality to the existing "DisplayPort": it just does what it's designed to do: transmit electrical signals from one wire to two wires. (note: electric, not electronic) So you cannot get multiple workspaces to display on one monitor and have half on one and the other ...


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It is possible to set higher resolution with xrandr than what your monitor supports but your monitor would have no way of displaying it and would display nothing at all. You need a monitor that can display higher resolution if you also want to see it.


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Stop worrying! ;-) My Fujitsu Siemens is running at 58°C at low load, 75°C at medium load and 85°C at high load. the NVidia CPU is running at 45°C when disabled and 85°C-93°C while gaming. To get the maximum temperature (T°) for your own system just: sudo apt-get install lm-sensors sensors and you should get something like: acpitz-virtual-0 Adapter: ...



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