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Changing Default Gpu Never Works ON LAPTOPS!!!

Question asked by jrodman on Jan 9, 2018
Latest reply on Jan 12, 2018 by wimpzilla

Here is my laptop: Lenovo Y700-15ACZ Gaming Laptop - 15.6" (1920x1080) | AMD Quad-Core FX-8800P | 1TB | 16GB | AMD Radeon R9 M385 4 GB | Backlit Keyboard |JBL Audio | Windows 10 64-bit (80NY002CUS)

 

I was one of the first AMD FX 8100 buyers never had any issues. I have a desktop build with an AMD RX 580 8GB, and secondary card is a AMD R9 380X.

 

Now this falls under the matter of not only false advertisement but terrible software distribution. How do you guys even make money off laptops they seriously don't work. What is the point of having an R9 M385 when only a few games will default to it, but let's say I wanna play Skyrim on max settings well I am out of luck because my laptop defaults to the internal low end card no matter how I setup the Max performance change the default gpu or whatever...... fix your stuff or you will get much worse than a letter in the mail.....

 

How to Switch Between Graphics and Compute GPU Workloads Within AMD Radeon™ Settings

 

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Doesn't work^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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