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Aight guys i heard that u can plug another k/b and mouse and use half of the cores with another screen.I mean like 2 computers in one mobo.I guess u got me,but i guess this will reduce the fps in-game since they are using the same gpu (SLI =[ )

If u didnt understand: You plug another keyboard and another mouse somehow.Then,another screen.And you can use half of the cores (example: 2 for my CPU) and do whatever you want with it.I guess this is familiar with multi-desktops.

If not possible,i know when you are doing something (etc gaming) another guy from wireless or wired network can use your cpu to do his job (like F@H).

Are these possible?
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Thats just un-necessary.

You just need two monitors and dont clone them, then you can do some work on one monitor, other work on the other monitor, and use the same keyboard and mouse for everything.
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Aight guys i heard that u can plug another k/b and mouse and use half of the cores with another screen.I mean like 2 computers in one mobo.I guess u got me,but i guess this will reduce the fps in-game since they are using the same gpu (SLI =[ )

If u didnt understand: You plug another keyboard and another mouse somehow.Then,another screen.And you can use half of the cores (example: 2 for my CPU) and do whatever you want with it.I guess this is familiar with multi-desktops.

If not possible,i know when you are doing something (etc gaming) another guy from wireless or wired network can use your cpu to do his job (like F@H).

Are these possible?
i can't see why, or even how, you'd do that.
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