Friday, 24 April 2015

Disable The Onboard Video 4006272r In A Foxconn Rs780 Motherboard

Foxconn RS780's onboard video can be disabled through BIOS.

The Foxconn RS780 motherboard, codenamed "Bengal," offers onboard video, so you do not have to purchase an additional video card. However, onboard video may be insufficient for high-end gaming and graphics programs. If you decide to upgrade your graphics with the installation of a dedicated video card, you should disable the Bengal's onboard video. Although the motherboard should automatically disable the onboard video, if a separate video card is present, you can manually disable the onboard video as well.


1. Turn on or restart your computer to access the boot-up screen.

2. Press "Delete" when the "Press [DEL] to enter Setup..." appears at the bottom of the screen.

3. Press your keyboard's "down" arrow three times, and press "Enter" to select "Advanced Chipset Features."

4. Select "Onboard GPU," and press "Enter."

5. Select "Disable...," and press Enter to disable the onboard video completely. Select "Enable if NO Ext GPU" to automatically disable the onboard video, only if a dedicated video card is installed.

6. Press "F10" to save and exit BIOS Setup.

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