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Can you please share with you us your Download Intel® System Support Utility for Windows* report?
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Thank you for the information.
For testing purposes, please remove the graphics card and check if you are able to enable Intel® Quick Sync within your app.
I'll check it in the next few days because i;m full of job. Maybe later today if i find the chance.
I would like to know something else too. I'm searching for a new pc. I decide to use i7-8700 or 8700k i don't know yet with a Z370 motherboard. I try to find infos about the support of quick sync with these motherboards but i can't.
In Asus some models of Z370 boards, mention about this feature in their specs. Other models not. In Gigabyte no mention in all boards.
I try to understand if the point is the chipset or not. I mean, if the chipset supports quick sync, all boards support quick sync or not?
I scare to decide what board i choose in case of not supporting quick sync.
Would you help me in this case?
Thank you so much. When i remove the graphics, i'll inform you about.
Intel® Quick Sync is a feature provided by some of the Intel® HD Graphics graphics controllers, and once you install a graphics card this feature could be disabled by the card unless you have a feature in the BIOS that can let you choose which controller to use. By doing this test you are checking this and also checking if this could be software related. Remember that the Intel® Quick Sync should be enable within the app you are using.
hello the application need 2 graphic card so your sollution will not work in edius (you can see in the PDF from the 1st post p9 )
here the specifications :
Specify and Configure your System Correctly: • Use a Core 2 i5 or i7 Processor • Use the Z68 chipset — to use both nVidia/ATI GPU and Sandy Bridge graphics • Ensure second monitor is connected to motherboard graphics, and display is extended across it
I agree with lagrandeours. Here is the pdf. Page 6:
There are three things you need to get right to have Quick Sync work for you:
1)Processor — Must be a member of the Sandy Bridge family. Note that not any old Core i5 or Core i7 will work, because the branding doesn’t guarantee that the processor has Sandy Bridge’s architecture.
2) Motherboard chipset — Must be an H67, or preferably Z68 series. Quick Sync is disabled by the P67 chipset, so avoid that one.
3) Monitor connections — A monitor needs to be connected to the motherboard DVI output, and be active.
Brand - Model Numbers - Quick Sync Enabled? - Launch Date
Core i7 2600, 2600S, 2600K Yes January 9 2011
I have the 2600k. I don't know where is the problem.