Author Topic: Forcing Substance Painter to use GPU-Graphiccard does not work  (Read 4611 times)

I have an onboard Intel Graphiccard and an additional NVIDIA Geforce GTX Titan.
I installed the newest NVIDIA-Drivers.
Running Window 7.

I try to force Substance Painter to use my NVIDIA Geforce GTX Titan instead the Intel.
I followed this instructions:

But it does not work, Substance Painter does not run.

In the above instructions I do not understand what means "4. Change the preferred graphics processor setting to High-performance NVIDIA processor" ? Where can I find this in the NVIDIA Preferences ?

Does anybody know what I do wrong ?

Kind regards

Try looking in the settings of your Intel integrated GPU, sometimes there is an override setting in there too.

The integrated card is not GPU based. I can't find any overridesettings in its preferences.
I use the integrated to display on 2 Monitors. The NVIDIA Geforce GTX Titan I use only for rendering in Blender.

Anything else that may be wrong ?

Having the same issue here, 1 onboard card, the other is a gtx
some how the onboard is recognized as main-card...

Are your screens plugged to the Nvidia card or to the motherboard directly?

Don't forget your log file. It can be exported from the Help menu of the software.
Fabrice Piquet aka Froyok. Product Manager, Technical Artist and Documentation at Adobe.