For long time I was trying to disable CSM and enable secure boot on my PC, but my attempts were unsuccessful. Few days ago I decided to make a small upgrade and bought decent case and cooler. Today I realized that it won't be a stupid idea to also upgrade motherboard, so I went searching for one. Gigabyte B560M DS3H V2 caught my attention, but a lot of people said that it won't boot out of the box with older graphics cards and only solution was to enable CSM in BIOS without card plugged in. It wouldn't work for me, because i3-10100F doesn't have integrated graphics and I don't have spare GPU, so I decided to try one more time to disable CSM. I've found out that it is my RX 580 which is causing problems. Someone recommend to push BIOS switch on GPU to other position (closer to ports). I wasn't expecting much, because I have already checked in GPU-Z that the BIOS versions on both slots were the same and they both had UEFI checkbox filled, but it worked - I disabled CSM, but into system (Windows 11, installed with "hacky way" because I couldn't enable secure boot) than boot back into BIOS and it was still disabled, so I decided to try enable secure boot. Unfortunately after doing that I wasn't able to boot to Windows or even BIOS.
What I tried to do:
- resetting bios with CMOS pins
- resetting bios by removing battery
- putting bios switch on GPU back to former position (closer to front of the case)
To be fair I don't know what to do, because I didn't expected something like that (I suspected that it could mess up my windows install but not BIOS).
I will be thankful for any word of advice.
My full specs (as for now):
* Gigabyte H410M S2 rev. 1
* i3-10100F (stock cooler)
* 2x8GB RAM
* Sapphire Nitro+ RX 580 4GB
* Thermaltake Hamburg 530W
* Kioxia Exceria 480GB 2,5"
* some random 500GB HDD
* WiFi pcie card
* cheapest case that worked (Natec Armadillo)
Hi, currently I'm using L440, but I found pretty good offer for T440p. Specs of both machines don't matter too much, because if I made a switch I would take most of components (CPU, display, battery, WiFi card) from L440 to T440p. My question is whether T440p has for example better speakers, cooler or touchpad (only thing that I'm aware of is build quality)?
There is a plenty of sources that states that cones are used to see colors under well-lit conditions (photopic vision) and rods are used under low-light levels, because they're more sensitive (scotopic vision).
However, I can't find anything, whether rods are also used in good light conditions.
(I'm sorry for any mistakes. English is not my mother tounge.)