Social media is abuzz lately over the prospect of cheating in tournament strategy games. Is it happening? How is that possible with officials watching? Could there be a hidden receiver somewhere? What can be done to rectify this? These are probing questions!
We’ll get to the bottom of this by making a simple one-way hidden communicator using Adafruit parts and the Adafruit IO service. Not for actual cheating of course, that would be asinine…in brief, a stain on the sport…but to record for posterity whether this sort of backdoor intrusion is even plausible or just an internet myth.
The Windows 10 Task Manager can be used to determine what graphics card you have.
Launching the Task Manager (CTRL + SHIFT + Escape) and selecting the Performance tab will allow you to quickly determine the model of the graphics card or cards. Scroll down to GPU in the left column and then click or tap on it. On gaming laptops with numerous video cards, you will typically find several entries with the names GPU1, GPU2, and so forth. You can view the name of the graphics card, consumption data, available graphics card memory, and other information for each GPU entry.