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Intel HD Graphics 4000 not under Device Manager

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May 11, 2013 1:14:05 PM

I want to use my integrated graphics alongside my GTX 670 to have a 3 monitor display setup, but since my Intel HD Graphics 4000 won't appear under Display Adapters in Computer management, I cannot configure my computer to allow for the third display. Shouldn't my computer setup be able to handle a 3 monitor display with a GTX 670 and a Intel integrated graphics on my 3770k CPU? If there is something else wrong please let me know, anything helps!
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May 11, 2013 1:27:06 PM
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I want to use my integrated graphics alongside my GTX 670

It doesn't work like that. Except under very specific circumstances, the onboard graphics is disabled when you use an external graphics card.
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May 11, 2013 1:37:37 PM

What is the brand and model number of your motherboard?
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May 11, 2013 1:55:37 PM

USAFRet said:
I want to use my integrated graphics alongside my GTX 670

It doesn't work like that. Except under very specific circumstances, the onboard graphics is disabled when you use an external graphics card.


Really? That's lame, thanks for the update. I guess I'll just use the HDMI port on my GTX 670, which works fine, just wanted to take advantage of the integrated graphics if I could, but that's fine!
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May 11, 2013 3:48:00 PM

There is the ASUS P8Z77-V PRO, that I've used, that has an iGPU Multi-Monitor setting in the UEFI BIOS that allows the use of both the integrated and discrete graphics concurrently.
May 12, 2013 1:19:04 PM

ko888 said:
There is the ASUS P8Z77-V PRO, that I've used, that has an iGPU Multi-Monitor setting in the UEFI BIOS that allows the use of both the integrated and discrete graphics concurrently.


Oh, well I'm using the P8Z77-V LX Plus, I'll check my bios for it
May 12, 2013 2:05:32 PM

According to the people who said it doesn't work like this, you don't appear to know what you are referencing. To answer the question, first, you must go into the bios and enable the options that allow the integrated card to be used, most likely this will be intel multi monitor. Then, you must remove your current 670 from the computer and start up the computer with a monitor plugged into the intel integrated port. From there, you must let windows boot up and install all the drivers. Then, go to intel's website and download the drivers plus intel control suite and install those. Shutdown the computer, then put your 670 back in the case. Start the computer up with the monitors you want plugged in, but make sure that at least one monitor is plugged into the intel integrated and the 670. Everything should work just fine. If you are talking about doing a setup with monitors for gaming on the integrated and the 670, then it will not work, all gaming monitors must be connected to the 670 unless you use a separate graphics injector that allows you to send a part of the video through the motherboard's vga port, but all the rendering will still be done on the 670. The best use of this setup is for gaming with the intel running the monitor for teamspeak and whatnot. Hope this helps. And yes, I have this running in this setup on my dell computer, and we all know that dells don't like modification.
May 14, 2013 1:18:14 PM

Fishwithadeagle said:
According to the people who said it doesn't work like this, you don't appear to know what you are referencing. To answer the question, first, you must go into the bios and enable the options that allow the integrated card to be used, most likely this will be intel multi monitor. Then, you must remove your current 670 from the computer and start up the computer with a monitor plugged into the intel integrated port. From there, you must let windows boot up and install all the drivers. Then, go to intel's website and download the drivers plus intel control suite and install those. Shutdown the computer, then put your 670 back in the case. Start the computer up with the monitors you want plugged in, but make sure that at least one monitor is plugged into the intel integrated and the 670. Everything should work just fine. If you are talking about doing a setup with monitors for gaming on the integrated and the 670, then it will not work, all gaming monitors must be connected to the 670 unless you use a separate graphics injector that allows you to send a part of the video through the motherboard's vga port, but all the rendering will still be done on the 670. The best use of this setup is for gaming with the intel running the monitor for teamspeak and whatnot. Hope this helps. And yes, I have this running in this setup on my dell computer, and we all know that dells don't like modification.


Thanks! I will give this a try and get back to you
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