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My new win7 Acer notebook has i5 CPU with Intel HD 4000 and Nvida GT650 GPU. Obviously monitor is plugged to Intel HD. In Nvidia control panel I can configure PhysX but that doesn't help. Windows system rating shows high gaming experience and average/low windows aero experience. What does that mean? Does my laptop use nvidia for games/3d apps nad Intel HD 4000 for aero? Should I disable Intel HD in bios, but how to plug monitor to nvidia? Or should I leave everything like now because everything works as it suppose to work? Here is image capture of some states: http://oi47.tinypic.com/34p0qp4.jpg

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Everything works as it is intended to, GT650 kicks in when needed, this saves battery time. You can disable Intel but battery run time will suffer. – Moab Oct 15 '12 at 20:35
    
ok, thank you for the help – Juan Oct 15 '12 at 20:51
    
The two graphics units share output hardware. Both graphics units draw to the same place. – David Schwartz Oct 15 '12 at 22:26

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