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Disabling integrated graphics to improve gpu performance

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August 24, 2012 1:16:47 PM

Hi, I read in some forum (i dont remember where) that if you disable your integrated graphics (in my case i5 2500k=hd3000) your GPU performance should increase... is that true? if so, where should i disable this "option" BIOS? or what should i do in order to improve my performance. Actually im getting around 5700 in 3dmark 11 (Performance) and i think thats pretty good but, id like to improve if its possible...

My mobo is Gigabyte Z77M-D3H

My specs are in my sign...

Thx in advanced...
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August 24, 2012 1:39:18 PM

yes its true that the single gpu perform better fps gain as compare it to onboard they are not good enough to provide smooth fps since external gpu is play major in this that why people buy an external card insist of onboard u have 7850 so here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6F3MhniZFI
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August 24, 2012 1:58:34 PM

criveraz86 said:
Hi, I read in some forum (i dont remember where) that if you disable your integrated graphics (in my case i5 2500k=hd3000) your GPU performance should increase... is that true? if so, where should i disable this "option" BIOS? or what should i do in order to improve my performance. Actually im getting around 5700 in 3dmark 11 (Performance) and i think thats pretty good but, id like to improve if its possible...

My mobo is Gigabyte Z77M-D3H

My specs are in my sign...

Thx in advanced...

Typically, your integrated GPU is disabled automatically when you install a stand-alone (discrete) GPU. If not, you can disable the integrated GPU in your BIOS.

Good luck!
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