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Thread: GA-G41MT-USB3 :: Video card + onboard video

  1. #1
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    Sep 2011

    Default GA-G41MT-USB3 :: Video card + onboard video

    I have a GA-G41MT-USB3 mothorboard. I have dual monitor setup where one monitor is connected to the onboard video while the other is connected to the PCI-Exp video card.

    In BIOS Setup under 'Advanced Chipset Features' I have:

    'Onbaord VGA' set to [Always Enabled]

    'Init Display First' can have one of three values: Onboard, PCI or PEG.

    Are 'Onboard' and 'PEG' functionally the same other than determining the initial boot display? Or there are other functional differences after the computer has booted?


  2. #2
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    Aug 2009
    Birmingham,Great Britain

    Default Re: GA-G41MT-USB3 :: Video card + onboard video

    i think peg means pci-e,so its onboard/pci/pci-e

    peg(pci-e) will be faster in speed than pci
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    Default Re: GA-G41MT-USB3 :: Video card + onboard video

    Thanks wazza,

    Yes, PEG is PCI-E

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