Question I have problem with my GPU please help me

McKeu

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I don't know (how can I check it?)
You normally have Control panels for both your integrated GPU and the dedicated GPU. On my laptop I can reach them by simply right-clicking on my desktop and I have the options for both.
You can make one of them your preferred display driver and you can as well adjust a wide array of settings for each.

You can as well open the Task Manager and go to "Performance" and check "GPU" in the list and see which of both is used to what extent.
 
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You normally have Control panels for both your integrated GPU and the dedicated GPU. On my laptop I can reach them by simply right-clicking on my desktop and I have the options for both.
You can make one of them your preferred display driver and you can as well adjust a wide array of settings for each.

You can as well open the Task Manager and go to "Performance" and check "GPU" in the list and see which of both is used to what extent.
Sorry, I have work now. After I finish I will try what you said. Also, I just watch video how to change from integrated to dedicated (I will run the same game) I will tell you if anything happens.
 
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You normally have Control panels for both your integrated GPU and the dedicated GPU. On my laptop I can reach them by simply right-clicking on my desktop and I have the options for both.
You can make one of them your preferred display driver and you can as well adjust a wide array of settings for each.

You can as well open the Task Manager and go to "Performance" and check "GPU" in the list and see which of both is used to what extent.
I don't have that option in the nvidia control panel that shows integrated and dedicated in the manage 3D settings. (Also, I go to task manager then performance (under the GPU is NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1070) I think this is the normal.
 

McKeu

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I don't have that option in the nvidia control panel that shows integrated and dedicated in the manage 3D settings. (Also, I go to task manager then performance (under the GPU is NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1070) I think this is the normal.
Then probably your CPU is "bottle-necking" your system, although it should be quite powerful, from what I saw.
 

McKeu

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For a dedicated gaming laptop those scores seem sub-par on 1080p. Max FPS under 30 ... really?

P.S.: I just saw the preset "Extreme HD". Is that set by you?
 

McKeu

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yes that was me ( is it wronge ?) do you want me to do the test again?
So, the thing is the following, from what I gathered so far: Your GPU is fine, as it is running on 20 % load. Seeing as the GPU can easily handle 200+ FPS I am not surprised.
I would recommend you to test your CPU/GPU on two different kinds of games:

Games are not the same. You have CPU heavy games, as for example Civilization 6, etc., and you have GPU heavy games, like the Witcher 3 and stuff.
If you really want to find out, if your CPU is indeed bottlenecking your performance, check two different kinds of games, as mentioned above, and compare the results.
You should get a much higher performance on Witcher 3, for example, than in Civ 6, if your CPU indeed is bottlenecking.
 

McKeu

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Also, to get more detailed information during gameplay, you can try using Afterburner:
https://www.msi.com/page/afterburner

P.S.: In order to fix a CPU bottle neck you can do one or more of the following:

Increase RAM
Increase the resolution of a game (sounds counter-productive, but it puts more load on the GPU and takes load of the CPU, by making the GPU slower).
Lower CPU heavy graphics settings: draw distance, vegetation, population density, and others.
 
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So, the thing is the following, from what I gathered so far: Your GPU is fine, as it is running on 20 % load. Seeing as the GPU can easily handle 200+ FPS I am not surprised.
I would recommend you to test your CPU/GPU on two different kinds of games:

Games are not the same. You have CPU heavy games, as for example Civilization 6, etc., and you have GPU heavy games, like the Witcher 3 and stuff.
If you really want to find out, if your CPU is indeed bottlenecking your performance, check two different kinds of games, as mentioned above, and compare the results.
You should get a much higher performance on Witcher 3, for example, than in Civ 6, if your CPU indeed is bottlenecking.
I get 60 fps in the witcher 3 but I don't have Civilization 6 ( so I just bought it)
 

McKeu

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This was a benchmark done by https://www.notebookcheck.net/ for exactly your laptop.
You can see the difference between graphic heavy and CPU heavy games. So it seems indeed that your CPU might start tanking, while your GPU is plain bored.


lowmed.highultra
Tomb Raider (2013)437.3411.1392.1207.4fps
BioShock Infinite (2013)219.2188.7182.5133.2fps
Battlefield 4 (2013)195.7186.9185.7144.8fps
Ashes of the Singularity (2016)60.259.155.3fps
Deus Ex Mankind Divided (2016)99.993.376.343.7fps
Battlefield 1 (2016)147.3129.5114.7106fps
Civilization VI (2016)7258.751.752.1fps
Titanfall 2 (2016)144144130.6121.5fps
 
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This was a benchmark done by https://www.notebookcheck.net/ for exactly your laptop :


lowmed.highultra
Tomb Raider (2013)437.3411.1392.1207.4fps
BioShock Infinite (2013)219.2188.7182.5133.2fps
Battlefield 4 (2013)195.7186.9185.7144.8fps
Ashes of the Singularity (2016)60.259.155.3fps
Deus Ex Mankind Divided (2016)99.993.376.343.7fps
Battlefield 1 (2016)147.3129.5114.7106fps
Civilization VI (2016)7258.751.752.1fps
Titanfall 2 (2016)144144130.6121.5fps
I have Rise of the Tomb Raider and BioShock Infinite ( I will test the benchmak for this two games
 

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