How to enable hardware GPU scheduling acceleration in Windows 10

If you’ve been following the development of Windows 10 at all, you’ve probably heard that buzzword “Hardware GPU scheduling acceleration” that’s been in use since last year.

If you want to try out a new feature and see how important it is for your apps or games, you first need to check that you have Windows 10 version 2004 or Build 19041 installed in the Settings> System> About menu.

When you get the latest version of Windows 10 and drivers, you can enable or disable this feature using Windows Settings and Registry.

Enable or disable hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling in settings.

  • To enable hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling in Windows 10, follow these steps:
  • Click on the settings icon then go to multiple displays then graphics settings.
  • Reboot the system.
  • Enable hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling using the registry.
  • To force the GPU hardware schedule in Windows 10, follow these steps:

Open Windows search.

In the registry editor, go to “_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers”.

Change The “HwSchMode”. Use the value 2 to turn it on and 1 to turn it off.
Or else right click then click on Dword and add this HwSchMode then do the first step

Reboot the system.
Open “Settings” – > “Display” – > “graphics Settings” and switch the parameter.
Reboot the system.

Hardware acceleration function for GPU scheduling:

In short, the GPU scheduling hardware acceleration feature in Windows 10 is a fundamentally new design for the Windows display driver model (WDDM).