This laptop have an i7 3630QM and an Nvidia 650M (optional SLI). I've seen that virtually any recent laptop that have a dedicated nvidia card also make use of the integrated one for power saving reasons. Do you think that this laptop uses also the HD4000?
I'm really interested in this issue because intel drivers in linux are better than nvidia (for example, suspending to ram works and it's not glitchy).
guys.. I think what the OP is talking about is "switchable graphics" Where you switch from HD4000 to the Nvidia 650m depending on what your doing. IE: Gaming would use the 650m, Microsoft word would use the HD4000. It's suppose to be a power saving thing.
Now as far as how to know what comes with what.. No idea lol. Just know that it's a feature. .
Check to see if it uses the NVIDIA Optimus gfx switching technology - if it does then the answer is yes.
Thank you Mesa I have been searching for a while for this and unfortunately if you don't have the right terms on google. No luck haha. (knew about it, just not what it was called or how exactly it worked)