Question Graphic card on notebook

Wolfmeister97

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Hi! I just bought myself a new laptop (Lenovo Ideapad 3 - 15ARH05). I installed all the drivers (also I downloaded Lenovo Vantage and made a BIOS update). I installed GeForce Experience and so on. But the problem is that the dedicated GPU (GTX 1650) isn't enabled/activated and I don't know how to do that.
on Nvidia Control Panel, on "Manage 3D Settings" I put "High-performance NVIDIA processor" but still nothing. In "dxdiag", at Display tab it shows me the integrated GPU.
I tried to play League of Legends and I had 30 fps and 18 fps in combat. The BIOS interface is really weird for me because it's not like on my PC. Can you please help me? I would really appreciate.

The specs:
Ryzen 5 4600H
GTX 1650
16GB RAM
 

Wolfmeister97

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If you've tried everything that you can think of, it's still not fixed, and the computer is still under warranty or the replacement period, I'd say it's less of a pain/hassle to send the unit back than to try to find other ways of fixing it.
So you say that it can't be repaired and I should return it?
 

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