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Is it bad for your graphics card to activate realview, if it's a non-aproved GPU?

Question asked by David Casas on May 3, 2019
Latest reply on May 3, 2019 by Frederik Herløw

Hello everyone,

 

I used to work with a realview environment two years ago and I really liked it, but since I upgraded my PC, and having a non supported/aproved graphics card, I'm not able to activate it by default. I know there are some ways to activate realview even if your graphics card doesn't show it by default; using "Realhack", or by listing the graphics card in the computer registry, as seen in this blog made by Michael Lord:

 

https://michaellord.me/2018/06/11/solidworks-realview-for-all-non-approved-graphic-cards-solidworks/https://michaellord.me/2018/06/11/solidworks-realview-for-all-non-approved-graphic-cards-solidworks/

 

I haven't try any of the methods yet, because I'm not sure if it can cause problems in the performance of the GPU or the PC in general.

 

My GPU is an Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti.

 

Thanks in advance.

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