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titanfall runs better on integreted graphincs then on nvidia gpu

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April 22, 2014 2:17:47 AM

SO.... YEAH i have a asus aspire v3-571g with 4 gb ram a i7-3632 2.2ghz with turbo boost up to 3.2 and a nvidia 630 m 2gb vram ddr3
I PLAY TITANFALL WITH NVIDIA GPU AND IT SUCKS, LOW FPS AND THE FUNNY THING IS THAT INTEGRATED GRAPHICS WORKs BETTER WITH 50 FPS well with strange bugs BUT IT WORKS I AM SO CONFUSED PLZ HELP i have another post :

(sorry for my english)when i bought this laptop my fps in dota and other games were higher but a few weeks ago they dropped and if i play like 3 h they drop more ,i have a cooler it doesnt help , i have like 45-50 fps and temp min 51 max 93c. i have the latest drivers 335.50 i installed 314.22 driver but at fist it helped i got 100 fps in dota and max temp 80 c but after a restart back to 40 fps and 93 c ,plz help

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a b Î Nvidia
April 22, 2014 2:23:06 AM

do a driver sweep and install the latest drivers. You arent running on the integrated gpu if you are getting 50 fps in titanfall.

that being said, the 630m is not the most powerful card out there either.

as far as temps are concerned, anything under 95 is safe for a laptop, as they will throttle at 100, and turn off at 110.

another option is to blow out the dust in your computer (as there is bound to be at least some buildup) compressed air works well for this
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April 22, 2014 2:43:23 AM

Brantyn Gerik said:
do a driver sweep and install the latest drivers. You arent running on the integrated gpu if you are getting 50 fps in titanfall.

that being said, the 630m is not the most powerful card out there either.

as far as temps are concerned, anything under 95 is safe for a laptop, as they will throttle at 100, and turn off at 110.

another option is to blow out the dust in your computer (as there is bound to be at least some buildup) compressed air works well for this

I can be positive that integrated graphics work better then nvidia gpu
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a b Î Nvidia
April 22, 2014 2:47:14 AM

Then your laptop is faulty and you should seek to get it returned or repaired. If you are capable, doing a system restore might help, and if all else fails, reinstalling windows is always a way to get back to defaults.
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April 22, 2014 2:49:32 AM

No you can't

You are running a Laptop equipped with Nvidia Optimus. Optimus will automatically switch between GPUs whenever it detects your system display going into 3D mode and using more than a certain percentage of GPU.

Your increased FPS is more than likely down to the Driver working better when you leave it to it's own devices to do hardware switching than when you force it to 'lock' to a particular GPU and bypass Optimus.


If that is not the case, then you are not running Nvidia drivers full stop.
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a b Î Nvidia
April 22, 2014 2:56:09 AM

So - do you use Bios to turn integrated and pcie graphics on and off to test them?

I can't find it now - thought it was on the Geforce site, but I do remember seeing the GT cards with comparisons to hd4600 - little graphs and I'm pretty sure the GT 630 was about 5 to 10 times better than the hd4600. I'd go along with Brantyn.

But the 630 isn't fantastic - http://www.futuremark.com/hardware/gpu/NVIDIA+GeForce+G...
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April 22, 2014 3:02:29 AM

i7Baby said:
So - do you use Bios to turn integrated and pcie graphics on and off to test them?

I can't find it now - thought it was on the Geforce site, but I do remember seeing the GT cards with comparisons to hd4600 - little graphs and I'm pretty sure the GT 630 was about 5 to 10 times better than the hd4600. I'd go along with Brantyn.

But the 630 isn't fantastic - http://www.futuremark.com/hardware/gpu/NVIDIA+GeForce+G...

can i run Battlefield 1943-NO XD WTF do you belive this crap and my gpu in gt 630 M not 630
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April 22, 2014 3:04:59 AM

Even still the 630m is better than the integrated gpu you have. if you cannot access the gpu, then either you do not know how to work the settings, or there is something wrong with the laptop.
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April 22, 2014 3:06:18 AM

Honestly you sound like a butthurt amd fanboy when you are criticizing it for simply not working. It not working is your laptop manufacturer's fault and not nvidia's.

that being said, if you wanted better performance, you should have done your homework to see what the gpu would be capable of.
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April 22, 2014 3:20:22 AM

Brantyn Gerik said:
do a driver sweep and install the latest drivers. You arent running on the integrated gpu if you are getting 50 fps in titanfall.

that being said, the 630m is not the most powerful card out there either.

as far as temps are concerned, anything under 95 is safe for a laptop, as they will throttle at 100, and turn off at 110.

another option is to blow out the dust in your computer (as there is bound to be at least some buildup) compressed air works well for this

ive reinstalled the drivers again and this time worked ty
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April 22, 2014 4:28:23 AM

genz said:

If that is not the case, then you are not running Nvidia drivers full stop.


SharpMove said:

ive reinstalled the drivers again and this time worked ty


Considering your tone with people, you might want to be a little more polite when there is a possibility that you may be completely wrong in your assumptions.

I sincerely hope you are a kid.
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a b Î Nvidia
April 22, 2014 4:42:23 AM

Sounds like one of mine lol
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