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Hi people

As I mentioned in the title already, the game does not allow me to use my stronger GPU to play BR. I know there is the menu that pops out every time the game starts, and yes I know the options can be changed by pressing enter.

The problem is that the section where the choosen GPU can be changed does not recognize my GTX 1650 TI, so I stuck with the Intel HD at the moment. I do not know how to bypass that issue. Do someone have the solution for this?

Thanks
Post edited November 20, 2020 by Age_of_Freedom
I had this too. I went into the NVidia Control Panel (little NVidia tray icon) clicked on Manage 3D settings then Program Settings. Clicked the add button: Bloodrayne 2 showed up in the list of programs then selected nvidia there and launched the game again. Then the right GPU showed up.
It worked mate, thanks
IMO Nvidia really needs to make this feature more visible and easier to access. Seems like Nvidia have not even changed their control panel GUI in over a decade. More causal users might not even know that some of their games may be using the weaker GPU. Happens a lot with both older and indie games.
For those that don't know nvidia has depreciated that feature in windows 10 latest drivers, so now you have to right click on display settings (on desktop) - graphics settings - desktop app -browse- add the programs, and select the appropriate video processor direct from windows settings now, bleh. No idea if the old profiles are grandfathered in or not.
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Drathian: For those that don't know nvidia has depreciated that feature in windows 10 latest drivers, so now you have to right click on display settings (on desktop) - graphics settings - desktop app -browse- add the programs, and select the appropriate video processor direct from windows settings now, bleh. No idea if the old profiles are grandfathered in or not.
Are these beta drivers? I just installed the latest "game ready" driver from Nvidia and I still have the Nvidia Control Panel.
Yes the nvidia control panel is still there, but if you are using an Optimus Technology (multi videocard integrated/discrete setup), it says the feature is being depreciated.
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Post edited November 28, 2020 by Drathian