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You'll need the driver for the 460 as the processor doesn't actually need a driver if you're not using the graphics on it.
There's probably a setting in the BIOS to choose which graphics to use PEG or APU's. Please provide the exact make and model or read your motherboard manual to find it.
Just be sure you're plugging the monitor into the vidcard ouput not the motherboard output.
The HDMI cable has always been connected to the video card, but the performance is worse than when using the APU card. In games like Fortnite and League of Legends in case they are very light this is having bottlenecks. In the case of BIOS setup what can I do to detect where the problem might be and solve it.