si_edgey do you find that adding the Nvidia card makes a difference? I'm confused on the relationship between integrated graphics and peripheral graphics cards. I've always thought that you're always using one or the other, but reading through several different threads here, I'm starting to gather that they work in conjuction with eachother...?
I have a desktop computer that has Intel HD 630 integrated graphics that's always been "OK" for me, it's been mostly comfortable but not fantastic. Lately, it's been less comfortable and harder to focus on and I notice that the drivers were updated in 11-2020. So I'll probably roll back to the 2016 drivers and see if that makes a difference.
But, I think the difference between HD and UHD is in the hardware? I believe they are different GPUs/chipsets. I can't just try the UHD 630 drivers if I have the HD 630 hardware, right?
I've considered adding a graphics card (Nvidia 6xx seem to be most universally safe) thinking it would completely bypass the integrated graphics. But, am I wrong? Will the Intel IG still play a role?