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HP ProBook 470 G2
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I would like to ask you guys, how can I disable or set up my graphics card priority on my Probook 470 G2 because all games and Photoshop too are using the integrated Intel HD GPU and the performance is horrible. Photoshop sends an error message all the time if I open it. The games run with very low video settings and FPS is horrible. I can't enjoy neither the work and nor the games.

 

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@supratist

 

In your BIOS I do not see a setting to disable the Intel graphics.

 

But  in Device Configuration I see you can adjust Video memory.

 

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Default is 32MB if that is what yours is set at try the 512MB setting.

 

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Thanks for reply!

 

I've tried this option alredy but unfortunatley doesn't work. This problem is exist since I updated Win 10. The drivers are up to date from the official HP support site. 

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Yesterday I checked on Linux Mint  how CS GO works on this platform and the result was much better. I don't know why because I didn't installed any driver for AMD just for Intel. 

Maybe is it possible Win 10 overwrites the installed drivers? 

Here are the pictures about the installed drivers. I think they were overwrited. 

Whats your opponion? 

 

Thanks!

 

* I remember, on Win 8.1 or Win 7 weren't recognized this problem. 

 

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