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I cannot select the default GeForce MX450 discrete graphics card. The system selects an integrated graphics card with a frequency of 60 Hz. The laptop is just out of the store. Is there any way to set the frequency higher?
I tried disabling the integrated video card in the settings - the system still would not switch to GeForce.
Does anyone have any idea what to do?

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@scfocus 

 

What is your machine ? Are you talking about the laptop screen itself ? You can decrease refresh rate but your can not increase its NATIVE rate. You MAY be able to change to higher refresh rate on external monitor depending on few factors including how you connect them.

 

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Yes, I mean the laptop screen.
Model - HP ENVY 17-cg1001ur (286W3EA)
Honestly, I have not found how much the maximum screen frequency on this model. I suppose 120 or 144. Correct me if I am wrong.

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