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21 Feb 2014   #1

windows 7 ultimate
 
 
GPU

After assigning a particular game to Radeon switchable graphics(whether high performance or power saving),
how to remove a game game totally from GPU??

There is no option of removal of game in Switchable graphics menu,rather than H Per.. or Power saving.

The main problem is after assigning a game to GPU,some games are not working in either H per.. or Power saving mode.
I had tried uninstallation but after reinstalling a particular game,Gpu is storing its memory with game as high per.. or power saving.

Is there any way to remove the game totally from GPU??



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08 Mar 2014   #2

Windows 8.1 non PRO 64Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jpchint View Post
After assigning a particular game to Radeon switchable graphics(whether high performance or power saving),
how to remove a game game totally from GPU??

There is no option of removal of game in Switchable graphics menu,rather than H Per.. or Power saving.

The main problem is after assigning a game to GPU,some games are not working in either H per.. or Power saving mode.
I had tried uninstallation but after reinstalling a particular game,Gpu is storing its memory with game as high per.. or power saving.

Is there any way to remove the game totally from GPU??
If you are gaming with battery then i understand why you want to set power stuffs but if gaming with power coord plugged in then just set the computer to max performace and run with it. The specific power thinngy are in the end just annoying and doesent quite work. Also.. In the future, Be a bit more specific with the desc name. Becouse just writing GPU wont really help people to see your problem...
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