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I have a DELL Alienware M17x - R4 laptop 

 

I have an AMD RADEON 7970m graphics card installed, but I am finding that the M17x seems to be using the default Intel graphics card instead.

Can I easily set-up the Alienware M17x – R4 to select the AMD RADEON 7970m graphics card instead of the Intel one ?

How would I go about doing this? Is there any problems/issues with doing this?

 

Thank you.

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  • Hi Recouda,

    We need to manually add the application/games to AMD Catalyst control centre.

    • Click the Start button and select Programs
    • Click Catalyst Control Center
    • Click Power and select Switchable Graphics
    • Choose an application from the list or browse and select an application and assign the appropriate GPU.

    For more information, refer the following video:


    Awaiting your response!

    Thanks & Regards
    Rajesh R
    #iworkfordell
    To know  more about Dell Product Support, Drivers & Downloads, Order & Dispatch status -> choose your region US ; UK; India. For Dell support videos click Here.
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  • Hi Recouda,

    We need to manually add the application/games to AMD Catalyst control centre.

    • Click the Start button and select Programs
    • Click Catalyst Control Center
    • Click Power and select Switchable Graphics
    • Choose an application from the list or browse and select an application and assign the appropriate GPU.

    For more information, refer the following video:


    Awaiting your response!

    Thanks & Regards
    Rajesh R
    #iworkfordell
    To know  more about Dell Product Support, Drivers & Downloads, Order & Dispatch status -> choose your region US ; UK; India. For Dell support videos click Here.
    If a post answers your question, please click "
    Yes".