If your Android game does not perform as well as you expect with your AMD or Nvidia graphics card on LDPlayer, it may be running with the wrong GPU. Most notebook computers and, sometimes, desktop computers, have more than one GPU: an integrated and a dedicated one. The integrated graphics chipset is built into the processor and makes sure that your computer can use a display even without dedicated GPU. However, more demanding tasks such as gaming require a stronger GPU, which in most cases is the dedicated one.
Switching to the computer's dedicated GPU: For Desktop PC
1. Open NVIDIA Control Panel. You can do this by right-clicking on the desktop and select NVIDIA Control Panel from the context menu. Alternatively, you can open it on control panel if you do not find NIDIVA Control Panel after right-clicking.
Note: If there is no response after you click NVIDIA Control Panel, maybe there is something wrong with your graphics driver. All you have to do is update your graphics driver.
Or you can access the NVIDIA Control Panel through your computer's Control Panel
2. Adjust your image settings to "Use the advanced 3D image settings".
3. Add the master process of LDPlayer (the path of master process: C:\Program Files\dnplayerext2, which is not the installation path of LDPlayer.)
4. Apply the changes and start using your dedicated GPU for LDPlayer.
Switching to the computer's dedicated GPU: For Notebook PC
1. Do the same things with the above method for desktop computers.
2. Select High-performance NVIDIA processor, and then click Apply.
Switching to the computer's dedicated GPU: For AMD User
1. Right-click on you Windows desktop and select AMD Radeon Settings
2. Select Preferences on the bottom
3. Choose Radeon Additional Settings
4. Select Switchable Graphics Application Settings from the Power section in the left column
5. Click Add Application and add the master process of LDPlayer - LdBoxHeadless.exe (the path of master process: C:\Program Files\dnplayerext2, which is not the installation path of LDPlayer)
6. Adjust your graphics settings to High performance for the master process of LDPlayer
For configuring Laptop Switchable Graphics on a Windows® Based System, you can refer to https://www.amd.com/en/support/kb/faq/dh-017