I searched a lot on web and found that Linux is not still very good enough in switching graphics (dedicated to in-build). Unlike windows where we can shift to dedicated graphics in run time...
So, I use ATI Radeon HD 6370M - 1GB on windows now and I switch them using "Catalyst Control Center" depending upon the applications.
Is is possible to do the same in Ubuntu Linux (12.04 LTS). I found that AMD is offering Catalyst Control Center for Linux systems.
: I still using Win7, want to clear the air before really switching to Ubuntu.
My Laptop details:
Lenovo G570 AMD Radeon HD 6370M - 1GB Graphics Intel in-build graphics
I've read a lot of questions on this site about Hybrid graphics and how to switch them. Now, I am confused and don't know how to do.
All I learned is, AMD proprietary drivers manage power/ energy efficiently.
Can anyone give tell me how many methods are there to switch hybrid graphics with links to configure them. If possible, I wish to see them as answers.
It could even become a wiki for many users!