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    Exclamation Switching to Integrated Intel HD Graphics - G750JX and G750JH

    Is it possible to switch to the Intel HD 4600 Graphics on the JX(the one with 3D Display ) using the Nvidia Control Panel like any other laptop ?
    I read that this laptop always uses the Dedicated Graphic Card and does not make use of the integrated graphics .. If I could disable the GPU and enable the Integrated Graphics when using it on Battery it would help extend the battery life.. And Intel 4600 is known to have a decent performance ! Can the Nvidia Control Panel Settings be configured on this laptop like the other ones (GT series graphic card etc )

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    No, there is no way to enable the integrated GPU.

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    and thank god for that! I dont want to even touch that Intel HD **** which can't even play movies smoothly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nehmia View Post
    and thank god for that! I dont want to even touch that Intel HD **** which can't even play movies smoothly
    Does your model have the 3D display ?!
    How's the quality ? and gaming performance while 3D rendering ?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajeshtechfreak View Post
    Does your model have the 3D display ?!
    How's the quality ? and gaming performance while 3D rendering ?!
    I previously had a G75VW with a matte display, my god it was awful! the colors are so pale and it looks like someone put grease on the screen

    then when I got this laptop I made sure to get the Glossy/3D display

    the difference is like night and day, the colors are so bright and clear and reading websites and text is so easy on the eyes. Additionally, videos and games are so much smoother thanks to the 120 Hz. refresh rate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nehmia View Post
    I previously had a G75VW with a matte display, my god it was awful! the colors are so pale and it looks like someone put grease on the screen

    then when I got this laptop I made sure to get the Glossy/3D display

    the difference is like night and day, the colors are so bright and clear and reading websites and text is so easy on the eyes. Additionally, videos and games are so much smoother thanks to the 120 Hz. refresh rate

    I heard 3D gaming is taxing on the graphics card and laptops can't handle it ! is that true?
    Do framerates drop a lot on 3D ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajeshtechfreak View Post
    I heard 3D gaming is taxing on the graphics card and laptops can't handle it ! is that true?
    Do framerates drop a lot on 3D ?

    they do offcourse since the image is being drawn twice, but not so bad it's not playable

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    metro: last light is playable at almost max everything in 3D.
    (except that i get a headache after about 30 mins )
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    Quote Originally Posted by gazzacbr View Post
    metro: last light is playable at almost max everything in 3D.
    (except that i get a headache after about 30 mins )
    Even I get a headache with 3D glass usage for Long :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajeshtechfreak View Post
    I heard 3D gaming is taxing on the graphics card and laptops can't handle it ! is that true?
    Do framerates drop a lot on 3D ?
    Playing in 3D exactly halves the FPS you see because they have to be split for each eye. So 3D gaming is only possible on games or settings that net you 60+ fps in 2D mode.
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