View your GPU performance in the Task Manager

With Windows, you can now view the GPU and how it performs on your computer.  With computers that have integrated cards (video), you may not see graphs in the performance monitor or on the Process Tab even after following these steps.

Here’s how to see your GPU if it doesn’t appear.

  • Open the Task Manager
  • Right Click Name and select GPU and GPU Engine

The GPU will appear as a column on the processes tab and as a graph under the performance tab.

A Right Click on Name select GPU GP-Modul

If your computer  doesn’t support driver model WDDM 2.0, your driver is not compatible.  How can you find out?  Run dxdiag.exe at the run line and look for the Driver Model.


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