Question NVIDIA Control panel doesn't show monitor connected via iGPU

aaroneus

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Hello,

I have 2 monitors connected to my laptop (ASUS TUF Dash F15 3070), one via HDMI and the other via usb-c to DP (DP on the monitor)

The HDMI monitor appears in nvidia control panel but the usb-c/DP monitor and the laptop screen do not.

checking the windows display settings for the monitors shows that the HDMI monitor is connected to the dedicated GPU while the usb-c/DP and laptop screens are connected to the iGPU.

I understand that optimus means that I can still play games using my dedicated gpu on any monitor, but the issue is not having configurable settings in the nvidia control panel. I want to set up extended screen display on both external monitos, but without nvidia control panel recognising both of them, I am unsure how to make this possible?

TIA for any advice
 

Colif

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IGPU is Intel, so that is reason its not showing the display in the Nvidia control panel.

you may need to install the Intel Graphic Control Centre to control other monitor
i am not sure which model it is exactly as there are 4, but the GPU driver mentioned should be under VGA - https://www.asus.com/au/Laptops/For-Gaming/TUF-Gaming/2021-ASUS-TUF-Dash-F15/HelpDesk_Download/

I am unsure how to extend using 2 different GPU onto external monitors.

not sure if this would help - https://www.displayfusion.com/
 
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