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5 = Graphics card selection =
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7 If you want to select which GPU your program is running on (mainly on a laptop) you have the option to define what program is running on which GPU, if it is the integrated GPU or the dedicated GPU.
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10 = Switching to the dedicated Nvidia GPU =
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12 - First, open the //Nvidia Control Panel//. One way to do that is right-clicking on an empty space on the desktop and choosing //Nvidia Control Panel //from the menu. 
13 - Navigate to //3D Settings > Manage 3D Settings//.
14 - Open the tab //Program Settings //and choose the program from the dropdown menu. 
15 - Next, //select the preferred graphics processor for this program //from the second dropdown. Your Nvidia GPU should show as //High performance Nvidia processor//.
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18 Finally, save your changes. Your program should now run with the dedicated Nvidia GPU.
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21 = Switching to the dedicated AMD GPU =
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23 - First, open //Radeon Settings//. One way to do that is right-clicking on an empty space on the desktop and choosing //Radeon Settings //from the menu. 
24 - Navigate to //Preferences > Additional Settings > Power > Switchable Graphics Application Settings.//
25 - Select the program from the list of applications. If it is not in the list, click the //Add Application //button and select the *.exe-file of the program from the program's installation directory. This adds the program to the list and you'll be able to select it afterward.
26 - In the column //Graphics Settings//, assign the //High Performance //profile to the game.
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