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Laptop with two graphics cards - how to lock to the best?
My Multicom Xishan W350E Laptop has two graphics cards installed: Intel HD Graphics 4000 and GeForce GTX 660M. As far as I understand the laptop will start on the lower end Intel card and when called for in for example a game, the GeForce GTX card will start and at the same time a small orange light will indicate that the better card is running.
Unfortunately I have had a few experiences where the orange light has been lit, however the lagging experienced in games are so great that the GeForce card hardly can be running.
Is there a way to force the GeForce to be the only graphics card used and perhaps disable the Intel card? My laptop is always connected to power anyway so I do not need the Intel card to save any battery power.
Thanks for helping.
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