If by that you mean the "Min" value, that's minimum load, it doesn't matter much for NVIDIA card or FPS, because GPU has it's own CPU's.someone in an other discussion have noticed that my CPU frequencies while playing was going pretty low (0.9 GHzit's visible on the previous HWM screenshots)
You can also run CPU test, but if the game doesn't demand much CPU load then CPU won't run for nothing.After installing Intel XTU, I discovered that my CPU is throttling during my games.
So I learned something, didn't knew that GPUs had their own CPUs !!If by that you mean the "Min" value, that's minimum load, it doesn't matter much for NVIDIA card or FPS, because GPU has it's own CPU's.
CPU use can be true only for Intel card but not dedicated one, but still in lowest load so not relevant IMO, but could be wrong.
If in your opinion it's not relevant I'll believe it ^^You can also run CPU test, but if the game doesn't demand much CPU load then CPU won't run for nothing.
So there is multiple test available. With the GPU stress test, you choose the resolution ( the first two test I did ) and when the test begin, there is no time limis and you can add or remove elements on the screen to stress your GPU. So without nothing on the 1920 resolution on GPU stress test, I had approximatly 200FPS and if I had the "Post-FX" effect, it drops to 130 ect...Furmark test from screenshot is not consistent with numbers you posted, it says 11 FPS on average but you mentioned 130/200 what am I missing?
https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforc...-used-and-intel-hd-530-is-reporting-problems/If I uninstall and delete the Intel® HD Graphics 530 drivers from Device Manager, and then restart, Windows will start up using the Microsoft Basic Display Adapter. After about a minute or so Windows will update it to the Intel® HD Graphics 530 driver automatically (with the exact same version as specified above), and it works! No problems reported. And I am then able to run games, NVIDIA Control Panel, etc.
https://www.dell.com/community/Alie...raphic-cards-on-the-new-15/m-p/5572523#M74407Make sure you have the latest nVidia and Intel drivers installed. I noticed the same issue on my 15 when I got it, but resolved as soon as I updated. I suggest you install the Intel drivers first, then the nVidia drivers. Not sure if if really matters, but that is what I did and it works like a charm.
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