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I’ve saved about 20twenty 2011 15” MBP using this gem, it’s also free ;-)
I’ve saved about 20twenty 2011 15” MBP using this gem, it’s also free ;-)
 
To turn off the dual graphics capability of the GPU, install '''gfxCardStatus for Mac'''
 
https://gfx.io Download https://gfx.io
https://gfx.io Download https://gfx.io
 
This will disable GPU switching and force the MacBook Pro to use the higher powered discrete graphics card rather than the integrated GPU.
 
# Go to the  Apple menu and choose “System Preferences” and then go to “Energy” control panel
# Uncheck the box next to “Automatic graphics switching”
# Note the text which states this may decrease battery life on the MacBook Pro “When automatic switching is disabled, your computer will always use high-performance graphics. This may decrease battery life.” – if you are not OK with that do not disable this option
# Close out of System Preferences
# You can always return to the Energy preference panel to re-enable the GPU switching feature if desired.
# For MacBook Pro users who want to '''++manually control their GPU use++''', you can use a third party tool like '''++GFXCardStatus++''' which has been around for quite some time and still works on most modern MacBook Pro models as well.
# https://gfx.io/switching.html

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I’ve saved about 20 2011 15” MBP using this gem, it’s also free ;-)

To turn off the dual graphics capability of the GPU, install '''gfxCardStatus for Mac'''

https://gfx.io

This will disable GPU switching and force the MacBook Pro to use the higher powered discrete graphics card rather than the integrated GPU.

# Go to the  Apple menu and choose “System Preferences” and then go to “Energy” control panel
# Uncheck the box next to “Automatic graphics switching”
# Note the text which states this may decrease battery life on the MacBook Pro “When automatic switching is disabled, your computer will always use high-performance graphics. This may decrease battery life.” – if you are not OK with that do not disable this option
# Close out of System Preferences
# You can always return to the Energy preference panel to re-enable the GPU switching feature if desired.
# For MacBook Pro users who want to '''++manually control their GPU use++''', you can use a third party tool like '''++GFXCardStatus++''' which has been around for quite some time and still works on most modern MacBook Pro models as well.
# https://gfx.io/switching.html

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