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WoT common test on laptop using iGPU instead of dGPU


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steel1405_nil #1 Posted 10 April 2020 - 08:26 PM


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I have a Lenovo G510 with core i3-4000M and AMD Radeon 8570M. I installed CT client last night and started playing. I noticed more than usual stutters. I turned on monitoring in MSI Afterburner and it showed that GPU2(AMD Radeon 8570M) was sitting idle while the integrated Intel HD 4600 was at 100%. I tried using the windows inbuilt graphics settings and added the CT Client's executable to High-Performance mode. Didn't work. I set the CT client to high performance in the AMD Switchable Graphis settings. Didn't work. What am i missing here?

WorldOfTanks_VaPxgnR5Ai.jpg In-game screenshot with MSI Afterburner monitoring. GPU2 is being used to render game.

MSIAfterburner_kqWMOovFna.png MSI reporting AMG dGPU and GPU1 and iGPU and GPU2

CCC_XeywsiwVnG.pngAMD switchable graphics setting menu. The top is the regular client. The bottom is the CT

ApplicationFrameHost_ZKjqqEOFI5.pngWindows inbuilt Graphical power setting setting

Edit- Added link to task manger screenshot 




Edited by steel1405_nil, 10 April 2020 - 08:40 PM.

Tomcruisesmart #2 Posted 21 September 2020 - 02:17 PM


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Hi, I too had same issue.

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Zenith_marksman #3 Posted 08 October 2020 - 06:52 PM


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I too faced the same problem.

There's nothing on the web to help me with this, Let me know if you find something.

azls73 #4 Posted 25 October 2020 - 04:51 AM

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Try download support software Razer Cortex,,it may lighten WOT and free up additional RAM !!!

Good luck

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