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    Question How can I get my internal graphics to start working on my Tuf Gaming x570 plus (Wifi)

    Hello everybody, I was wondering how I can get My internal graphics to start working on my Tuf Gaming x570 plus (wifi) with a graphics card in. I'm running an AMD ryzen 5 3600 and a gtx 1650 super. I need to get it working on my on the internal graphics as well as the graphics card.

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    i do not think it is possible in that scenario to use the two GPUs in tandem since they are not compatible.

    you may be able to discover a workaround to have two separate outputs(one from dedicated GPU / one from iGPU) but it would likely be a very heavy drain on your other system resources processing the two separate desktops at once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zartmo View Post
    ryzen 5 3600
    This chip lacks an internal GPU.
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