How to enable high-performance Graphics Card settings

Objective:

Suppose you are experiencing issues with your computer prioritizing an integrated graphics card. In that case, you may need to configure a high-performance NVIDIA graphics card to be the default option for nTopology.

If pressing CTRL+H doesn't trigger a High-res rendering, if black images display after rendering, or if you experience any unexpected graphics issues, follow these steps to set the NVIDIA graphics card as the preferred graphics processor.

Applies to:

  • nTopology
  • Windows 10
  • NVIDIA GPUs

Procedure:

Change your default GPU to a high-performance graphics card:

  1. Right-click anywhere on your desktop.
  2. Click NVIDIA Control Panel.
  3. On the left side, select Manage 3D Settings.
  4. Select the Global Settings tab
  5. Change the preferred graphics processor to "High-performance NVIDIA processor."

Alternatively, keep the default settings and configure nTopology to use the high-performance graphics card:

  1. Right-click anywhere on your desktop.
  2. Click NVIDIA Control Panel.
  3. On the left side, select Manage 3D Settings.
  4. Select the Program Settings tab
  5. Select ntop.exe from the list of programs.
  6. Select the preferred graphics processor and choose "High-performance NVIDIA processor."
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