Windows 10: Windows 10’s GPU scheduling feature heading to AMD & Intel soon

Discus and support Windows 10’s GPU scheduling feature heading to AMD & Intel soon in Windows 10 News to solve the problem; Hardware-accelerated scheduling support for GPU was recently added to Windows 10 with May 2020 Update and Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM 2.7).... Discussion in 'Windows 10 News' started by WinLatest, Jun 30, 2020 at 4:07 PM.

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    Windows 10’s GPU scheduling feature heading to AMD & Intel soon


    Hardware-accelerated scheduling support for GPU was recently added to Windows 10 with May 2020 Update and Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM 2.7).

    Hardware acceleration is a technical term used to describe tasks being offloaded to specific hardware. As the name suggests, Windows 10’s new feature allows both integrated and dedicated GPUs to more directly manage their VRAM (Video RAM), which holds pixels and other information on a monitor.

    Windows 10 already passes most of the graphical intensive tasks within the apps such as Google Chrome to the GPU.

    On the other hand, hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling (HAGS) will pass memory management control from the software to the GPU, which in turn should allow the GPUs to better manage their VRAM and free up the CPU a little to improve graphics responsiveness and performance.

    Earlier this month, Nvidia released new drivers adding support for hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling Microsoft introduced with the Windows 10 May 2020 update. Following last week’s Nvidia driver release, AMD and Intel have shared more details.

    Over the weekend, AMD published its driver version 20.5.1 Beta with Graphics Hardware Scheduling. For now, the driver offers support for Windows 10’s new feature on two products—Radeon 5700 series and 5600 series. Support for Ryzen, Vega and even Navi 14 5500 series is currently absent.

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    If you have the supported version of the driver installed, you should be able to enable the feature by heading to Settings > System > Display > Graphics settings.

    On the other hand, Intel has quietly published new documentation to confirm that support for hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling (HAGS) will be included in a future release of their WDDM 2.7-based drivers.

    “At the same time, WDDM 2.7 introduced a new feature named Hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling. This feature is currently not supported by the latest Intel DCH drivers [but] Intel is looking to include support for this feature in future driver releases,” the chipmaker noted.

    It’s likely that most of the Intel’s integrated GPUs will support the feature, but don’t expect anything too significant here and some users have also discovered that game performance can be negatively impacted when the feature is enabled.

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  2. AMD GPU issues on Windows 10

    I have a dual GPU laptop, with a power saving GPU, integrated, from Intel and and a "high performance" GPU by AMD. Now, I just noticed this, but despite my settings in AMD's Catalyst Control Center, no application was running on the "high performance" GPU.
    To try to fix this, I decided to uninstall both drivers completely, starting with Intel then AMD, the opposite of what I usually do. Then, I installed AMD first then Intel, again the opposite of what I do usually.

    This seems to have fixed the issue where no app is running on the AMD card, but created a new one. Whenever I open or close an application that is set to run on the AMD GPU, the computer freezes for a few seconds, and only then moves on. Using the application
    feels normal and fine, except when opening and closing them.

    Another issue is Windows 8 apps (I tried Asphalt 8, specifically) can't run in full screen using the AMD GPU. When I click the full screen button, said app crashes.

    For reference, my GPUs are:

    Intel HD Graphics 3000 (Intel core i3-2330M)

    AMD Radeon 6470M (now referred to by Windows as AMD Radeon 7400M Series)

    Please help.
     
    João Carrasqueira, Jun 30, 2020 at 4:17 PM
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    Unless you have a really old Nvidia GPU there's a Win 10 driver, you have to scroll up in the list rather than down.


    Windows 10’s GPU scheduling feature heading to AMD & Intel soon [​IMG]


    Edited: I'd suggest you uninstall your driver with DDU.
     
    fracking4oil, Jun 30, 2020 at 4:17 PM
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  4. DaveM121 Win User

    Windows 10’s GPU scheduling feature heading to AMD & Intel soon

    My Laptop is stuck with the intel integrated graphics when i also have a AMD (its a laptop) only became a problem when i installed windows 10

    Hi Josh, please
    Click HERE
    for a step by step guide on how to make your AMD GPU the default display device in Windows 10 . . .
     
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