Recently i got a new PC that has been custom made by my friend.
These are the specs:
Proccessor: AMD Ryzen 3 2200G with Radeon Vega graphics.
8 GB RAM
GPU: AMD Radeon R7 240 Sapphire 2GB (DDR3)
/Windows 10 64bit
I've seen videos and some people said that my Vega graphics card is more powerfull than my dedicated R7, so Im wondering, should I switch to my Vega and how can i do it?
In this video i can clearly see fps pracitcly being double with Vega.
If you need any more info about my specs or anything really please say it and ill update.
Thanks in advance
You can make your APU Integrated Graphics the Main Graphics Adapter through your motherboard's BIOS.
Have you tried connecting your Monitor to the motherboard's video outputs to see if you get any video? If not then you need to go into BIOS as stated above and make your integrated Graphics the main Graphics Adapter for booting into Windows.
Generally, if you install a GPU card, BIOS would automatically make it the main Graphics Adapter and not the integrated Graphics.
You can always remove your GPU Card from your computer and just use your Ryzen integrated Graphics or change it in BIOS.