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How to Set up Integrated Graphics Processing Unit bypassing AMD Processor in Laptop and Use Independent Graphics Processing Unit of Nvidia

Discussion created by 年少丶 on May 22, 2019
Latest reply on May 23, 2019 by amdmatt

I own an ASUS TUF FX505DU laptop with the following configurations: AMD R7-3750H processor, 8G running memory, 512G solid-state hard disk, and Nvidia GTX1660Ti-6G stand-alone graphics processor.

The following problems are encountered:

1. When I play Tencent, the independent graphics card of Nvidia can't work, only R7-3750H integrated graphics processor VG10 runs, so the FPS value in the game process is very low, and I can't get a better game experience.And when I play Steam's big games like PUBG and GTA5, I automatically use the Nvidia independent graphics card to run.

2. Microsoft Windows 10 system will appear Black-screen state after automatic updating, but you can hear that the machine is still running, only if the screen is Black-screen state, you must restart it.

3. Why does the R7-3750H integrated graphics processor directly occupy 2.1G of rom, resulting in only 5.9G of available memory for 8G ROM? Can we use software to reduce the ROM occupancy of the processor integrated graphics processor or turn off the processor integrated graphics processor directly?

I've tried many ways to debug at present, but I haven't debugged well. The drivers are updated to the latest, and then set up in AMD Radeon settings. But there is no INVENTA GTX1660Ti independent graphics processor in AMD Radeon settings. There is only one VG10 integrated graphics processor. After setting software and game as performance mode, it still has no effect. 。 I also tried to turn off the integrated graphics processor in the BIOS interface, but I did not find the graphics configuration settings option in the ADVANCED settings of BIOS, so this method is invalid.

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