Windows 10: Expect Intel first discrete GPUs by 2020

Discus and support Expect Intel first discrete GPUs by 2020 in Windows 10 News to solve the problem; After Intel hired AMD's top Radeon architect, Raja Koduri, last year the chip maker flagged plans to deliver its own high-end discrete graphics cards.... Discussion in 'Windows 10 News' started by Brink, Jun 13, 2018.

  1. Brink Win User

    Expect Intel first discrete GPUs by 2020


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    Brink, Jun 13, 2018
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  2. jmich456 Win User

    1803 Issue: Hybrid laptop with Discrete GPU Connected to Display


    Hello,

    I am getting this message when trying to update to 1803 "Cannot uninstall App: Hybrid laptop with Discrete GPU Connected to Display" Please uninstall manually and then refresh. I am getting this on 2 Alienware 17 R4 laptops.

    I have uninstalled the amplifier program and both Intel and NVIDA graphics drivers to no avail. Any suggestions?

    No it is not in the App and Features section.
     
    jmich456, Jun 14, 2018
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  3. spayk Win User
    discrete GPU (nvidia) and itegrated GPU (intel)


    Hello,
    I have a bit of a problem... It refers to the GPU switching with the option of Running x application with intel or nvidia GPU. Once for example I choose the game running with the Nvidia graphic card after I look on task manager it still shows that application is running with 0 GPU (which is intel) and it also colides with the web browser which is stuttering. I have changed everything in the Nvidia panel and also intel panel to save options for each application to seperate nvidia from intel graphics, but it does not seem to work.
    So my question is, is there any way to set up and force assign of nvidia graphic or intel graphics card through the registry (regedit)?
    My specs are:
    clevo based laptop,
    windows 10 (latest build),
    intel processor i-7700hq,
    intel graphic card 630,
    nvidia graphic card 1050 ti,
    16 gb of ram.
    Greetings.
     
    spayk, Jun 14, 2018
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  4. GrapeJams Win User

    Expect Intel first discrete GPUs by 2020

    Unable to detect NVIDIA GPU after latest windows 10 update

    I believe I am having the same issue. The solution that you suggested does not work as I am unable to uninstall the drivers through the Device Manager as my GPU is not being detected and is therefore not listed under Display Adapters.

    I have an Nvidia GTX 765M as well as an Intel integrated graphics card. At the moment the machine is only recognizing the inferior Intel card. I booted into the BIOS and noticed that my discrete graphics card was listed as [NOT DETECTED].

    This appears to be an issue for several other users and I am quite confident it is an error on the Microsoft side.
     
    GrapeJams, Jun 14, 2018
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