In comments complements Toms Hardware, but that QuickSync is used if there connected a monitor to stay. So there parallel use of CUDA and Sandy Bridge in multi monitor mode?
Manufacturer and laptop could unlock it at Switchable Graphics on request, then both would function simultaneously?
Can the test each time someone!
Antwort von DSLR-Freak:
Very interesting point. This I have found synonymous in another test. -> http://www.anandtech.com/show/4083/the-sandy-bridge-review-intel-core-i7-2600k-i5-2500k-core-i3-2100-tested/9
"Quick Sync with a discrete GPU
There's just one hangup to all of this greatness Quick Sync: it only works if the GPU's processor is enabled. In other words, on a desktop with a single monitor connected to a discrete GPU, you can not use Quick Sync.
This isn'ta problem for mobile notebooks since Sandy Bridge should support switchable graphics, meaning you can use Quick Sync without waking up the discrete GPU. However there no standardized switchable graphics for desktops yet's. Intel indicated that we may see some switchable solutions in the coming months on the desktop, but until then you either have to use the integrated GPU alone or run a multi-monitor setup with one monitor connected to Intel's GPU in order to use Quick Sync. "
Support the current Sandy Bridge notebooks Quick Sync technology really is: What I wonder though?
A powerful laptop like the Schenker XMG P501 PRO (Purchase would be interesting as for CS5) is working with a chipset Intel ® HM65. I can verify the support of Quick Sync anywhere.
Does anyone out? Source?
Antwort von PeterB:
is interesting, but since only the h-igp chipset at all the support brings the most synonymous nothing, since the p-chip sets no outputs are available as far as I've seen so far. And z is the chipset is still too far away for those who want to strike now. somehow the whole is made of really bad intel, they would have the same IGP can spread it on the k processors.