1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 1, 2016 3:22 AM by amdmatt

    How to set the primary GPU in notebook?


      I have a Toshiba Satellite P50-B-103 notebook, and it has an integrated GPU (Intel HD Graphics 4600 I think), and a dedicated AMD R9 M200X Series GPU. But if I try to play, or launch a benchmark, it only detects the Intel one, and because of this, I get low framerates, and bad benchmark results. How to set the AMD GPU to be the primary one?

        • Re: How to set the primary GPU in notebook?

          Please provide more information.



          To configure an application to use the discrete GPU you need to open Radeon Settings > Preferences > Additional Settings.


          In CCC Slim, navigate to Switchable Graphics Application Settings. This area will allow you to select which 3D application uses the Integrated GPU or the High Performance GPU. Add the application to CCC and select High Performance Mode to ensure that the High Performance GPU is used. Note, it is recommend to have the laptop plugged in and Windows configured to High performance mode in the Control Panel > Power options to ensure you get the best possible performance.