Anyway on a desktop pc to use my integrated graphics on my i7 7700k processor and my EVGA Nvidia graphics card ?

ng4ever

2[H]4U
Joined
Feb 18, 2016
Messages
2,216
Is that possible ? Guessing not but wanted to see.

I only want to use the integrated graphics for Hardware-Accelerated Streaming on a plex server. Just to test mainly. Not for a default one.

Do not want to use integrated graphics for my monitor or anything else.
 

ng4ever

2[H]4U
Joined
Feb 18, 2016
Messages
2,216
Also if this is not really possible what about somehow not having to take out my video card but just enable my integrated graphics on my i7 7700k to test plex mainly with Hardware-Accelerated Streaming? Mainly seeing if I ever upgrade my main pc if it is worth doing so and making the i7 7700k with integrated graphics a plex server instead.
 

trandoanhung1991

[H]ard|Gawd
Joined
Aug 26, 2011
Messages
1,114
Is that possible ? Guessing not but wanted to see.

I only want to use the integrated graphics for Hardware-Accelerated Streaming on a plex server. Just to test mainly. Not for a default one.

Do not want to use integrated graphics for my monitor or anything else.
You want to do real-time transcoding?
 

JasonPC

Weaksauce
Joined
Dec 12, 2011
Messages
98
I think it’s possible with a change to a bios setting. There’s a setting that disables integrated graphics when a graphic card is detected (setting enabled by default). You would have to disable it.
 

Zepher

[H]ipster Replacement
Joined
Sep 29, 2001
Messages
18,291
You need a Plex Pass to enable GPU transcoding. not sure if you have a Pass or not or didn't know you need it.
 

kirbyrj

Fully [H]
Joined
Feb 1, 2005
Messages
27,947
Also if this is not really possible what about somehow not having to take out my video card but just enable my integrated graphics on my i7 7700k to test plex mainly with Hardware-Accelerated Streaming? Mainly seeing if I ever upgrade my main pc if it is worth doing so and making the i7 7700k with integrated graphics a plex server instead.

I'll save you the trouble. Yes, it's worth it.
 
Top