Why You Cannot See Your GPU Monitor In Task Manager | Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

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This video explains why the new GPU monitoring feature that comes with the Windows 10 Fall creators update might not appear for some users. It also emphasizes the need for more investment in GPU for better Windows experience, be it virtual reality, Remix 3D, Paint 3D or Mixed reality. The reason for not seeing the GPU monitor after the upgrade is mostly because your chipset driver does not support Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) version 2.0 or above.
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  1. This is why with my current laptop with the AMD FX-7500 APU and the Radeon R7 IGP, i could see the GPU Monitor but on my old laptop with Intel Core i3-3120M processor and HD Graphics 4000, i won't see it.

  2. When I open the DirectX Diagnostic Tool and go to ¨Display¨, it doesn´t say Nvidia (even though my laptop has a dedicated graphics card). It says ¨Intel(R) UHD Graphics 620¨. How can I fix this? Is my GPU not working at all? Help!

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