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    GL533VD DWM excessive GPU utilization while gaming

    hello good afternoon friends , I have a problem of excessive use of the GPU for the DWM process, I tried everything that appears in the forums and I cannot find the solution.

    I have an ASUS ROG STRIX GL533VD. notebook with two gpu, an intel 630 (integrated) and an NVDIA 1050 (dedicated),

    Attempts:
    - Format windows I had no results.
    - I downloaded the DDU application (delete the two drivers from the gpu) and then I installed them from 0 and I did not get results.
    - Deactivate the gpu Acceleration Scale, from config and also nothing.
    - Lower the priorities of the processes and nothing.

    I HAVE UPDATED THE DRIVERS AS OF DECEMBER

    The truth is, friends, I don't know what solution to give you, every time I play a game like DOTA2 or any other, the two gpu's work, even if I assign them in the control panel. I can't find a solution, if someone can help me I would appreciate it

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    hardware accelerated GPU scheduling under settings- display- graphics settings,

    disable all startup items .
    disable or delete all possible tasks under task schedulers
    uninstall very rarely used softwares.
    disable unwanted services to make startup type as manual from automatic.
    use only DCH WHQL signed drivers .
    you must use drivers downloaded from nvidia website.
    latest is 460.97 (hotfix )

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    :(

    Quote Originally Posted by raju2529 View Post
    hardware accelerated GPU scheduling under settings- display- graphics settings,

    disable all startup items .
    disable or delete all possible tasks under task schedulers
    uninstall very rarely used softwares.
    disable unwanted services to make startup type as manual from automatic.
    use only DCH WHQL signed drivers .
    you must use drivers downloaded from nvidia website.
    latest is 460.97 (hotfix )
    hello my friend, thanks for replying.

    I tried everything you said and it stays the same

    the last nvdia driver gave me a lot of fps drop, I had to download an old version of the nvdia driver and it works a little better, but the truth is that it remains the same


    from what I saw in other forums, the problem happens to several and is a problem with the intel driver or its chipset, we will see if any update comes out later

    Thanks a lot

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