I just got this used TUF Gaming with a 2060 gfx.
It is a fresh Win 11 install and fresh and newest Nvidia drivers installed through GeForce Experience (august 23 drivers).
But I cant use the 2060 for anything.
I cannot select it in Windows 11 under the section with frequenz - only the internal card (with 60 Hz) shows up.
In the Nvidia Control Panel I've chosen to use the 2060 as default - but still everything runs with the onboard GFX.
It is highly frustrating not being able to run any game with the 2060, and I am simply out of ideas. I cannot find anywhere I havent set the computer to use 2060 - but still its like the computer ignores the card.
It shows to be properly installed with no issues and it shows fine in Armoury Crate too.
I hope you guys can help
Now I got it working in e.g. CSGO, but it runs 60 hz, because it's still the onboard 60 hz Radeon-card that is set on the desktop settings. I cannot change them. The Nvidia systray software has 9 programs running but says "No monitor connected to this card".
So somehow the card cannot be connected to the 'generic monitor' when then restrains the performance.
Check around in the Radeon software to see if there is an option to switch to 144 Hz and/or 8-bit color (it says you're running on 6-bit which is below average).
It is normal that your screen is connected directly to the Radeon Graphics because your laptop does not have a MUX switch, so the RTX 2060 is routed through the Radeon Graphics. However, connecting to an external display through HDMI goes directly to the RTX 2060, so it looks like it is an issue with Radeon being set to 60 Hz.