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Clevo P7xx/8xx DM KM TM IGPU enable?


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From what i know, no Clevo P7xx/8xx DM DMX KM TM had a mux switch.

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1 hour ago, runix18 said:

From what i know, no Clevo P7xx/8xx DM DMX KM TM had a mux switch.

 

Same here but we also used to think that about the X170KM-G and now it can use the iGPU. Maybe it is the same situation with the P751/775TM1?

What is certain is that somebody would have to enable that functionality.

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4 hours ago, 1610ftw said:

 

Same here but we also used to think that about the X170KM-G and now it can use the iGPU. Maybe it is the same situation with the P751/775TM1?

What is certain is that somebody would have to enable that functionality.

I tried, didn't work at all. I am not saying it can't be done though. I wonder why OP thinks there is a mux on the board.

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From what I remember, the P7xx and P8xx series don't have wiring or any power input to the iGPU, rendering it impossible to use the iGPU.

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On 4/29/2023 at 11:29 PM, srs2236 said:

I tried, didn't work at all. I am not saying it can't be done though. I wonder why OP thinks there is a mux on the board.

 

Sounds like he may have seen it somewhere and pics would be appreciated from my side.

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On 4/28/2023 at 10:23 PM, Csupati said:

Hi!
Im wondering about that is it availabel to turn on Intel HD in these laptops?

I know for sure that the P751TM has the mux circuit on the board. 

Hi,
you are wrong...
There is no MUX circuit...
The display is supplied exclusively by the MXM port!
Greetings

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