Question [solved] Enabling internal and external graphic on asrock steel legend b450

simtcr

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Mother board - asrock steel legend b450
cpu - ryzen 2400g
gpu - gtx 1660 super

I know that my cpu does support graphics without needing external card.
but now i have my monitors connected to external gpu (1660 super).
I want to connect a monitor to the hdmi port available on motherboard.

how to enable both graphics ?
 

Lutfij

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My question is what's wrong with running both monitors off the discrete? You could confirm on your end by plugging into the rear I/O panel's display output ports. What is the make and models of your monitors? Last I can recall you're either left dealing with the iGPU(APU) or the discrete as populating a discrete GPU in a system disables the iGPU on the APU and effectively makes it run as a stand alone processor.
 

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Last I can recall you're either left dealing with the iGPU(APU) or the discrete as populating a discrete GPU in a system disables the iGPU on the APU and effectively makes it run as a stand alone processor.
That was my first thought as well. Whether this will function as they expected or not is beyond me.
 

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Issue resolved.
I went to bios and made internal graphics as the default.

My GPU got only 3 ports and all of them are already utilised.
I wanted to connect 4th monitor.
Now I connected it to motherboard hdmi port and I have 4 monitors now,
 

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