Can one use a single core of a dual-core processor to create a "virtual" graphics card? Answered
I have a laptop (Thinkpad R61) that has a dual-core processor but horrible integrated graphics. Is there some sort of software that can "split off" one of the cores and use it to simulate a dedicated graphics card?
I'm running 32-bit Windows XP at the moment, which might make it difficult to fully utilize the dual-core setup. I'm open to any suggestions that involve Windows 7 or Linux - both are pretty easy for me to get / install.