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How do I enable my NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 M graphics card? (Resolved).


Best Answer phillpower2 , 27 December 2016 - 07:04 AM

   Toby123456789, See if the info I found below helps any; Go to your task bar click hidden icons there is a nVidia button (should show no activity when you hover over it) click... Go to the full post »


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Product Name: HP Omen
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
HP Omen; Gaming Laptop;

How do I enable my NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 M graphics card? 

6 months ago I bought an HP Omen and it said it has an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 M graphics card. But when I play games it's not very fast so when I went into my display settings it's said I was using an Intel 530. When I went into display adapters it says I have both grahics cards so I want to know how to enable my NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 M instead of the Intel 530. Thank you for the help!


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:welcome:   Toby123456789,

 

See if the info I found below helps any;

 

Go to your task bar click hidden icons there is a nVidia button (should show no activity when you hover over it) click it then you will see a box choose customize which program uses the gpu, click it, you will get to your 3d manager choose the tab at the top (global or program) you can set it always on or just choose your games and then if your not gaming it will automatically switch back to intel to save power hope this helps

 

 


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Thanks! Now my computer is running all of my games from 60 - 200 fps instead of the old 15 - 30!


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You are most welcome and thank you for the follow up Toby123456789  :)

 

Enjoy your gaming  :thumbsup:


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