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Giza2001s
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Both Graphic Cards used at the same time.

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Hei!

I have an Omen 15-dc0013nq (Intel i7-8550h and gtx 1050 Ti) and I am not able to figure out if it is normal that my laptop is using both intel uhd graphics 630 and gtx 1050 Ti.

 

I have already  tried to set the nvidia high end processor in the 3d settings in nvidia panel, but during games both gpus are running at almost equal percentage.

 

Do you have any idea if it is normal or if I messed up with the drivers?? (the laptop came with freedos) 

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@Giza2001s

Welcome to the HP Community

 

By default, a computer with Dynamic Mode switchable graphics uses the integrated, or power-saving, GPU for most applications. The computer will automatically switch to the discrete, or high-performance, GPU when an application requires more performance. Customers can configure which applications require the high-performance GPU by selecting the application in the Catalyst Control Center software. 

 

Refer to this HP Document: https://support.hp.com/lt-en/document/c02731962 for HP Notebook PCs - Overview of Switchable Graphics or Dual GPUs.

 

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@Giza2001s

Welcome to the HP Community

 

By default, a computer with Dynamic Mode switchable graphics uses the integrated, or power-saving, GPU for most applications. The computer will automatically switch to the discrete, or high-performance, GPU when an application requires more performance. Customers can configure which applications require the high-performance GPU by selecting the application in the Catalyst Control Center software. 

 

Refer to this HP Document: https://support.hp.com/lt-en/document/c02731962 for HP Notebook PCs - Overview of Switchable Graphics or Dual GPUs.

 

Keep me posted, how it goes!

If the information I've provided was helpful, give us some reinforcement by clicking the Accepted Solution and Kudos buttons, that'll help us and others see that we've got the answers!

Have a great day!

Cheers:)

Raj1788
I am an HP Employee 

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Giza2001s
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Hei!

Thank you for your fast response! I didn't have a problem with it but it seemed odd and nothing poped up on the internet when i searched about it. I understand the concept of it now.

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@Giza2001s

 

I'm glad to hear you found what you were looking for.

Thanks for taking the time to let the community know about the solution!

 

Take care now and do have a great week ahead.

:)Cheers:)

Raj1788
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