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Connecting a monitor via HDMI to Hp pavilion gaming 15 cx0056wm

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Hello Guys:

My issue is that when I connect a monitor via the HDMI port, it's connected to the GTX 1050Ti not the integrated UHD 630.

There is no problem with the video or picture, but it's inconvenient to me coz the GTX card uses alot of battery... is there any way to make the second monitor connect to the integrated graphics card?

 

Thank you.

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@AbdullahBarqawi
Thank you for posting on the HP Support Community.

 

To get the answer to this question, it is not possible to connect the graphics card which is discrete, especially in notebooks. 

 

Hope this helps! Keep me posted for further assistance

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actually this is exactly whats's happening!!!

 

When I connect a monitor via HDMI, the advanced display settings show the following:

 

Display 1 (laptop display) connected to Intel Graphics UHD 630

Display 2 (display name) connected to Nvidia GTX 1050TI

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@AbdullahBarqawi

Thank you for the information, 

 

I understand your setup and system configuration,
as I mentioned earlier the discrete graphic card is "system managed" and it not possible to change the settings.

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