The Optimus technology by NVIDIA is said to automatically control performance of graphics card, like increasing performance when the laptop is on AC power, and reduce performance on battery battery. My question is, how can I turn off this useless technology? I purchased the graphics card so I could enjoy games with higher FPS.
By the way, my GPU has been over clocked and playing graphically-intensive games such as Battlefield 4 has a relatively high FPS, when on AC power. You might think I could've just removed the battery, charge the laptop itself and play the game but no, my laptop comes with a non-removable battery pack. Kind of sucks.
Anyways, just to let you know, on AC power, BF4's performance would be at 40-60+ FPS, and on battery power, the performance would be at 20-35+ FPS.
I think I didn't make myself clear, so here's an edit:
I want to turn off this technology so my graphics card performance won't get reduced on battery power.
Laptop model: ASUS S551LN VivoBook
Windows 8.1 64 bit
Intel® Core™ i5-4200U @1.60GHz 2.30GHz