Razer core X GPU

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Adiospotato, Jun 23, 2019.

  1. Adiospotato

    Adiospotato New Member

    So I recently purchased a razer core x and gtx 1070 to bundle with my razer blade 15 1060 maxq. Because my laptop now has intel UHD, dedicated 1060 maxq and external 1070 there is 3 GPU's.
    My problem is that in the nividia control panel there is no difference between the 1070 and the 1060, just inegrated and high performance. My current solution is to disable the driver for the 1060 but then when I take my laptop away from home it only has integrated graphics.

    My main use for the EGPU is to take all the graphics strain away from the laptop when at home but because I am not using a external monitor (yet) it still uses the gpu's in the laptop as well as the external.

    To sum my long question up
    *Can I eliminate using any internal graphic's cards and run the laptop's screen off the egpu
    *Can I distinguish between the 1070/1060max without disabling drivers
     
  2. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    On egpu setting you should disabling your 1060 manually or using Razer gpu switcher, but not intel gpu, especially if you’re using Internal Display since any optimus laptops iGPU controll the internal.
    Yes by choosing auto detection option on that gpu switcher, every time you connect it it should recognize dgpu inside the core (on Core v2), hope it’ll same with core x, or maybe if you’re from windows 10 RS4 update on version it’ll apparently switching automatically that make you don’t need gpu switcher according Support page.
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    However I always use gpu switcher since i personally prever Controlling my self than let it managed by windows.
     
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