09-14-2016 03:36 AM
I have problems with my graphics card NVIDIA 830m on Pavillion 15-p203nv.
When i choose to play any game using the integrated graphics from intel, i got way better fps than using the nvidia 830m.
I have updated the drivers to the latest version and also done a windows clean install but the problem persists. I have also set power options from windows and nvidia settings to high perfomance with no difference. I even updated the bios but that did not help either. The temperatures while idle are 32c-37c and no more than 65c under load, plusi have cleaned the laptop from any dust. I need help because i don't think that is normal for the integrated graphic card to perform better than the nvidia card. Any help would be appreciated.
09-14-2016 01:01 PM
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I understand that when you are playing any game using the Intel graphics you get more fps than if you use the NVidia 830m. You have tried updating the drivers,BIOS and set power options in the NVidia settings but the issue remains.
- Download and save sp69616 to a known location. You will find it on the 15-p203nv software and driver page under "Driver Graphics. NVidia. (It has both drivers)
- Uninstall and Delete both graphic drivers
- Restart your notebook and install the saved driver.
If the issue remains, repeat the above process but when you do the installation choose compatibility mode. Compatibility Mode (from windows10forums). Please let me know the outcome.
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09-14-2016 02:17 PM
Hey Sparkles1. Thanks for your welcoming and for the reply,
I have already tried what you suggested but sadly that didn't fix it. I may be false but i don't think that it is a driver related problem. I'm looking forward for more suggestions.
09-14-2016 02:32 PM
Thank you for the update.
Here is something you can try. First create a restore point to come back to if necessary.
- Press the Windows key +R (run)
- Type "services msc"
- under the names column look for "Superfetch"
- Right click "superfetch" and click on properties
- under the "General" tab, look for "startup type" set it from automatic to" manual" then click apply then OK
- Right click "Superfetch" again and click stop
- restart your notebook and try playing the game again.
Please let me know if this helped.
09-14-2016 03:03 PM
Thank you for your fast response Sparkles1,
but unfortunatelly that didn't help either and i'm running out of ideas myself.
Just to let you know i checked the clock speed by using a monitoring software and it won't go more than 540mhz while gaming. Maybe it is because of these low clock speeds, or maybe the readings are just false..
09-15-2016 06:54 AM