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PriminfoWithin the bounds of AMD Fusion Developer Summit, Advanced Micro Devices has presented its new graphics card AMD FirePro W9000. The new graphic solution is based on a couple of 28-nm Tahiti chips and is actually a prototype of Radeon HD 7900 adapter. FirePro W9000 is chiefly targeted at professionals used to work with 3D technologies and video editing applications.

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DriverAMD FirePro W9000 is based on a red circuit board developed to work with PCI Express 3.0x16 bus. The cooling system is represented by a solid cooler of active type, a high-end radiator, three 90 mm. noiseless fans and copper heat tubes. The organization of additional power presupposes the availability of two dedicated eight-contact slots.
The new professional graphics card is furnished with GDDR5 memory in 6 GB volume capacity and 384 bit interface. Six DisplayPort slots are called to connect the card with displays. GPU lock frequency equals to 1 GHz which allows the card to ensure the performance in the …

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How to get to your Boot Menu or your BIOS settings? Every PC has different hot-keys that go to these settings.

Below is a list of PC brands with their corresponding hot-keys.

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ManufacturerTypeModelsBoot MenuBoot OnceBIOS KeyChange Priority
ACEREsc, F12, F9Del, F2
ACERnetbookAspire One, Aspire TimelineF12F2
ACERnetbookAspire v3, v5, v7F12The 'F12 Boot Menu' must be enabled in BIOS. It is disabled by default.F2
APPLEAfter 2006Option
ASUSdesktopF8F9
ASUSlaptopEscF9
ASUSlaptopR503CF8DEL
ASUSnetbookEee PC 1025cEscF2Boot Tab, Boot Device Priority, 1st Boot Device, Removable Device, F10
COMPAQPresarioEsc, F9F10BIOS 'Advanced Tab', Boot Order
DELLdesktopDimension, Inspiron, LatitudeF12Select 'USB Flash Drive'F2
DELLdesktopInspiron One 2020, 2305, 2320, 2330 All-In-OneF12Select 'USB Flash Drive'F2
DELLlaptopInspironF12Select 'USB Flash Drive'F2Settings->General->Boot Sequence->'USB Storage Device', then up arrow, [Apply]--[Exit]
DELLlaptopPrecisionF2Select 'USB Storage Device' from boot menuF12
EMACHINESF12Tab, Del
HPgenericEsc, F9Esc, F10, F1
HPdesktopMedia CenterEscF10BIOS 'Advanced' tab, Boot Order, Move 'USB Device' before 'Hard Drive'
HPdesktopPavilion 23 All In OneEscSelect boot media from the menuF10Move 'USB Device' before 'Hard Drive'. For non-UEFI media, disable secure boot and enable legacy support
HPdesktopPavilion g6 and g7EscF10BIOS 'Advanced' tab, Boot Order, Move 'USB Device' before 'Hard Drive'
HPdesktopPavilion HPE PC, h8-1287cEscThen F9 for 'Boot Menu'Esc, F10Storage tab, Boot Order, Legacy Boot Sources
HPdesktopPavilion PC, p6 2317cEscThen F9 for 'Boot Menu'Esc, F10Storage tab, Boot Order, Legacy Boot Sources
HPdesktopPavilion PC, p7 1297cbEscThen F9 for 'Boot Menu'Esc, F10Storage tab, Boot Order, Legacy Boot Sources
HPdesktopTouchSmart 520 PCEscThen F9 for 'Boot Menu'Esc, F10Storage tab, Boot Order, Legacy Boot Sources
HPlaptop2000EscSelect 'Patriot Memory' on the Boot Option MenuEsc
HPnotebookPavilionEscSelect 'Patriot Memory' on the Boot Option MenuF10BIOS 'Advanced' tab, Boot Order, Move 'USB Device' before 'Hard Drive'
HPnotebookENVY dv6 and dv7 PCEscThen F9 for 'Boot Menu'EscF10 Storage tab, Boot Order, Legacy Boot Sources
INTELF10
LENOVOdesktopF12, F8, F10F1, F2
LENOVOlaptopF12F1, F2
LENOVOlaptopIdeaPad P500F12 or Fn + F11F2
NECF5F2
PACKARD BELLF8F1, Del
SAMSUNGF12, Esc
SAMSUNGnetbookNC10EscF2Boot Tab, Select 'Boot Device Priority', Press Return, Up/Down to Highlight, F6/F5 to change priority
SAMSUNGultrabookSeries 5 Ultra and Series 7 ChronosEscF2Boot Tab, Select 'Boot Device Priority', Press Return, Up/Down to Highlight, F6/F5 to change priority
SHARPF2
SONYVAIO, PCG, VGNF11F1, F2, F3
SONYVGN EscF10F2BIOS 'BOOT' section, 'External Device Boot' enabled
TOSHIBAProtege, Satellite, TecraF12F1, Esc
TOSHIBAEquium F12F12F12