Occasionally I watch the radeon driver threads on guru and they seem like people have headaches with all sorts of other issues.
Personally I would recommend Nvidia 10xx since it is the same chip / card as used in the desktop version. Generally there are much less issues with switching on Nvidia.
If you do go for a new laptop then treat yourself with a 120Hz screen. It makes all the difference for normal usage. Partly why I stayed with my Envy 17 for such a long time.
I know it's not the best, but I have a € 1000 budget, I am not interested in playing 2/4K, the important thing is to play the latest games even at medium / high settings and better at that price I found..
The only thing that interests me is not to have problems switching between the gpu
If you want more info on the Omen 15 that you picked then you should head over to Notebookreview forums. They have a massive massive thread for the Omen 15. Be sure to read it all. It will list all issues etc.
However if you can obtain a newer laptop for that amount of money with those newer ports then it would be of huge benefit to you further down the line.
My best advise: Switch off the iGPU in your laptop and only use the dGPU. If your BIOS doesn't allow for this then try to look for a modded BIOS that has this functional unlocked. Mydigitallife and BIOS-mods are your best bet.
I understand thank you for helping. It is enouth to have the last working Driver for AMD 4250M with switschable Option.
The last AMD Driver was non-whql-win10-64bit-radeon-software-crimson-16.11.3-nov8.
I make a new Topic.
Our drivers are too old for you.
Install the official drivers and then ontop of that install our CCC2 (via its own executable)
Make sure to install the Dot Net stuff that would normally be installed. (can also be found in the folders)
This will give you the old skool CCC in conjunction with CNext (the new interface). You can use our old interface to assign performance stuffs.