disable intel integrated graphics on my msi GF63 Thin 10SC-457MX

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I want to know how to disable the integrated graphics of intel every time I connect to an external screen in the games only run at 30 fps and when I occupy the screen of the laptop they shoot at 160 up, I have connected the charger so that it is above 30 fps. it only happens to me that I connect another monitor by HDMI I visualize the game there and it only gives 30 fps. Thank you.
 

rbonner200154502d8

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When export to the external monitor, the maximum refresh rate is up to 30hz on your laptop, you could refer the specification page.
The webcam is 30fps at 720p. Nowhere does it specify external monitors run at 30hz, in fact my laptop in the same family runs at 60hz except in 4k. I have been spending so long trying to figure out why my laptop will run the display at its full 60hz but as soon as I fullscreen a game at any resolution higher than 1080 it forces 30hz until I unplug the hdmi, wait for it to switch to the laptop screen, then plug it back in to get 60hz, but if I alt-tab at all and go back it will return to 30hz. I get that MSI laptops and others like to have power efficiency but I would at least hope they would integrate this in a way that isn't complete hell to troubleshoot when everything defaults to recognizing the terrible intel uhd integrated graphics.
 

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Maybe try to update the Intel drivers for your iGPU, doubt very much that the HDMI is connected to the dGPU, it's an entry level laptop after all.
 

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The webcam is 30fps at 720p. Nowhere does it specify external monitors run at 30hz, in fact my laptop in the same family runs at 60hz except in 4k. I have been spending so long trying to figure out why my laptop will run the display at its full 60hz but as soon as I fullscreen a game at any resolution higher than 1080 it forces 30hz until I unplug the hdmi, wait for it to switch to the laptop screen, then plug it back in to get 60hz, but if I alt-tab at all and go back it will return to 30hz. I get that MSI laptops and others like to have power efficiency but I would at least hope they would integrate this in a way that isn't complete hell to troubleshoot when everything defaults to recognizing the terrible intel uhd integrated graphics.
If your TV is 4K, even if you put it in 1080p in your laptop settings, it will draw more power from the laptop to display.
My GL62M 7RDX I had to leave it with my 1080p TV in the basement, because my FPS in games suffered a lot when connected to my 4K TV.
Even my GE72 6QF had a drop in FPS also, but less significant, but I did have to lower my graphics settings to obtain the same FPS performance.
Most likely due to the fact that both my GE72 6QF and GL62M 7RDX are connected to the iGPU for display via HDMI.
My GP66 12UGS, GE66 10SFS, GS65 9SD and P65 9SE had a very minimal drop in performance only, most likely due to the dGPU direct connect via HDMI.
 
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