LucidLogix is a third party software that is provided by the motherboard manufacturer in some systems when they are to support switchable graphics. The configuration and usage of this tool will depend on your system manufacturer.
In this case, check with Asus* to see if this software is supported for your computer and check if this is properly configured.
Thank You, and I've figured that issue out. My last question is what is the max temp for the iGPU, and is the temp the same or around the CPU temperature? Trying to find the most accurate way to read the temp iGPU temp.
The temperature value we provide is for the whole unit for for the individual cores/units within the processor itself. In that case you would refer to the maximum temperature of the processor.
Keep in mind that adjusting values for the processor and graphics controllers to work out of the factory specifications may void the warranty of the product.