1.    20 Apr 2016 #1
    Join Date : Mar 2016
    Posts : 65
    win 10 HOME

    who's in charge of graphics

    i recently purchased a new Toshiba laptop and am curious as to who's chip is in charge Intel or Nvidia

    i have updated the physic's and such from Nvidea and also the Intel stuff as updates are avail

    below are the spec's

    Satellite S55-C5360
    System Type Notebook
    Processor / Type Core i7
    Processor / Manufacturer Intel
    Processor / Clock Speed 2.50 GHz
    Processor / Number 6500U
    Hard Drive / Capacity 1.00 TB
    Webcam HD webcam
    Input Device Type Keyboard; Touchpad
    Header / Model Satellite S55-C5360
    Processor / Type Core i7
    Processor / Manufacturer Intel
    Processor / Clock Speed 2.50 GHz
    Processor / Number 6500U
    Cache Memory Type L3 Cache
    Cache Memory Installed Size 4 MB
    Display Diagonal Size 15.6 Inch
    LCD Backlight Technology LED Backlight
    Display Technology TFT Active Matrix
    Max Resolution 1920 x 1080
    RAM / Total Installed Size 8.00 GB
    RAM / Technology DDR3L SDRAM
    Storage Controller Type Serial ATA
    Hard Drive / Capacity 1.00 TB
    Hard Drive / Spindle Speed 5400 RPM
    Graphics Controller NVIDIA GeForce 930M
    Video Memory / Installed Size 2 GB
    Data Link Protocol Bluetooth; IEEE 802.11 ac; Gigabit Ethernet
    Operating System Microsoft Windows 10 Home
    Battery Technology Lithium-ion
    Battery Capacity 45 WHr
    Cell Count 4-cell
    Power / Device Type AC Adapters
    Power / Provided (W) 65 Watt
    Service & Support Type 1 year standard limited warranty
    Width 14.96 Inch
    Depth 10.20 Inch
    Height 0.89 Inch
    Weight 4.85 lbs.
    Expansion Slots Total (Free) Memory Card Reader
    Interfaces HDMI with 4K Ultra HD output capability,Headphone/microphone(combination port),3 USB 3.0 (1 with USB Sleep and Charge),RJ-45 LAN port
    Audio Output Built-in harman/kardon stereo speakers. DTS Sound
    COO China
    EPEAT Level Gold
    Energy Star Compliant Yes

    all info is greatly appreciated
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  2.    21 Apr 2016 #2
    Join Date : Oct 2014
    Posts : 604
    Windows 7

    Normally the Intel chip would be used for typical usage while the NVidia would be used for more demanding needs, such as gaming. This means lower power consumption and lower heat. This is managed by the system.
      My System SpecsSystem Spec


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