Ivy Bridge GPU + Discrete Graphics Card

I got a desktop with a discrete graphics card. It says on various forums that the GPU is unused put aside when you have a discrete graphics card. Is this correct? As a casual user I don't care about graphics bc I already have game consoles for gaming. Should I just take out the graphics card and sell it as long as it doesn't void my warranty?
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  1. Yes it is but if you have a supported MB download virtu MVP. It will use both cards for gaming my friend uses it on his Intel. It will have a list of supported boards on there. Supp you can get 40fps more by using both

    But I would keep your card since PC gaming will always be better than a console. I don't even touch mine anymore. but its your choice. Depends on if the card is even worth selling. What is it?
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