That's a laptop correct ?
As far as I know, the only way to have duel Graphics is to have a dedicated GPU that matches the APU (CPU) Then with a few settings in the BIOS then back to desktop & change the setting also in CCC.
So Unless your CPU is a APU, & your able to plug in a dedicated GPU, you have no chance of using Duel Graphics I'm afraid.
A bummer I know, but I'd do a lot more googling before buying a card to set up your duel graphics mate.
Good luck though!
in the BIOS i set up switchable graphics,in ccc (15.30 crimson beta) i switch dual graphics on/off and works only HD 8650g and icon on the taskbar not shown.
Gamed work on 8650g too,everywhere worth high performance and in monitor switchable graphics all programs/games.
It seems I may of been out of date in the way Laptops are now dealing with Technology.
I found this Table for you about which card will work best with what APU you have installed in.
The way we set it up on the Desktops is:-
1: Install sed Card.
2:- Reboot and activate the setting in your BIOS. (with your screen HDMI cable plugged in at this point)
3:- Now once you done that, We Unplug our HDMI cable from the dedicated card & re-plug it into the back slot on the motherboard, Then turn on your computer.
4:- We then open CCC & & at the bottom there is a menu where you'll see a computer screen & a APU(CPU) pointing towards the screen in that section, If the card & BIOS have been set correctly. then after clicking activate it should show you a CPU & Graphics card linked to your screen.
Also if the card your trying to use is a Sapphire or other make other than AMD alone, then there's a greater chance the card will not work.
Here are some Links I hope will help you, as they did me.
This one is for the Correct GPU that bests matches the APU you use.
However on Laptops I assume it'll be a different procedure & I've never done any repairs yet with duel graphics on Laptops. Only Desktop Rigs I work with
though I never turn down a job even if there Laptops.
Hope this helps you in some way or another, Sorry I can't be more pacific for you.