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Graphics graphics card issue in windows experience


yellowarmy

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I've just bought a samsung laptop that has a intel hd 400 and nvidia gt 650 m display adaptor. I would like to see what I'd get in windows experience with the nvidia card but Only runs with the intel hd 400. Have tried going into nvidia control panel and and make the nvidi card the main one. I am using windows 8.

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jaywoo

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Modern Intel systems swap between internal/external graphics processors depending on need, the WEI is hardly a detailed indicator of performance in any case. Get something like 3DMark which will push your system enough to use the dedicated GPU and you'll get a far clearer idea of your computer's performance/speed at the end; http://www.filehippo.com/download3dmarkvantage/

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jaywoo

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That link is broken I see, try this one - http://tinyurl.com/3w2bwxf (same thing)

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jaywoo

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Sorry, wrong again - THIS link is right - http://goo.gl/eCfOf

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