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Journeyman III

AMD Doesnt detect my graphic card (Nvidia Geforce RTX 3060)

sorry for bad english


So AMD doesnt detect my graphic card and i dont know how to change this, pls help

Amd dont detect my graphic cardAmd dont detect my graphic cardbut my pc detect itbut my pc detect it

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As far as I am aware, AMD Radeon is only for AMD GPUs which is why your Nvidia GPU Card is not recognize.

You need to go to Nvidia Control Panel to use your GPU card which is installed by the Nvidia's Driver package.

EDIT: In Windows Settings - Graphics you can configure/Select which GPU you want to run for any specific program or game.

"High Performance" is for the Discrete Laptop GPU while the other is for the Integrated Graphics GPU.

Re-edited by reply since Moderator Ray verified that AMD Radeon doesn't work with Nvidia GPU cards.


Hi @FlightXamb 

If your Radeon graphics is Integrated, you will only see the name of the Radeon graphics when you are using the display connected to it.

For example, your laptop might have an HDMI- and VGA port. Furthermore, lets suppose your HDMI port comes from the AMD APU, you will have to use the display connected to this port to use Radeon Settings properly (if this is not the case already).

But after a quick google, according to the following website it integrates Radeon RX Vega 6:

Kind regards

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Radeon Software is only designed to work with AMD graphics products.

@Ray_AMD  yes, but I have realized his problem. He seems to have a laptop with a Ryzen 5 5600H and a RX 3060.

Therefore, he wants to know what integrated graphics he has. Furthermore, for some reason AMD does not think they require to be informative about the integrated graphics, as can be seen here: they simply state "AMD Radeon™ Graphics" on the website, as well as in his Radeon Software (which he/she can access if the display is currently using the Integrated graphics).

Luckily for him, this 3rd party website:, shows it is at minimum a Radeon RX Vega 6, but possibly a RX Vega 7.

Kind regards


His integrated graphics are probably being overridden by the Nvidia GPU, that's why it can't be detected..

May be if it's possible he could turn on dual GPU's..

I know that used to be possible, but i haven't had a dual GPU laptop for years..

AMD Ryzen 7 3700x, Asus Tuf Gaming RX 6700 XT, Asus TUF Gaming x570 Plus, 32gb G.Skill TZ neo 3600mhz, Samsung 980pro 1tb NVME, Samsung 970 EVO Plus 1tb NVME, Lian Li Galahad AIO 240mm, Antec Titanium 1kw.

Hi @vialli100 

I understand what you are saying, but it depends on the application. From all the laptops I have tested (Intel/AMD/Nvidia), light applications by default run on the integrated Radeon - / IntelHD - graphics, and heavier programs will run on the Dedicated Nvidia- / Radeon- graphics.

Furthermore, the fact that his Radeon settings showed "AMD Radeon™ Graphics" means the laptop was currently using the integrated graphics. If his laptop was overridden to use Nvidia as default, the Radeon Settings would still have opened, but it would have no information in those tables and it would miss some of the tabs.

I can confirm this, since I use an nvidia for physx and my radeon for rendering in the same system.

Kind regards


I'm new to PCs and don't have the greatest understanding enough to continue to learn but I figured I put some input you might consider to help you better hypothesize. I have a prebuilt desktop with Ryzen 5700g and a rtx3060 and my msi afterburner reads both my 3060 and I assume my amd CPU integrated graphics but my Radeon software says the same as the OP reads cpus graphics but not the rtx