Regardless of windows graphics settings and nvidia control panel I cannot launch Valorant with my intel gpu. It either crashes on startup or just uses the nvidia gpu. The only way it works is by disabling the nvidia gpu through device manager.
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Games are supposed to run using the most powerfull GPU found on the system... this could be an issue due to interference between the two Nvidia GPUs and switchable graphics...
Why do you want to run the game with Intel Graphics? your Intel GPU is the weakest of all the GPUs on your system?
If you unplugged the eGPU, can you run the game with the GTX 1650? (I guess the GTX 1650 is the built-in discrete GPU...)...
Your Intel graphics is also very old... and it seems acer does't offer a newer one... try the latest available from Intel:
Ok so I've updated my drivers and retested the game. It does go inside but as soon as it does it frame freezes. I can still hear the game running but the frame is still. I can still hear the game running and when I hover the mouse over where the options are supposed to be I can hear them being selected. Let me know if you understand my issue if not I'll send you a video.
Thank you all.
It seems that the game picture/video/gameplay is frozen but the "background functionality" is still active? Is this what you are trying to explain? Is this due to FPS issues? If it is, there are plenty of reports in this forums about this issue, none have a solution... (Intel couldn't reproduce the error)