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How to check if WoW is using dedicated GPU?

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Last response: in Laptop Tech Support
October 12, 2012 4:16:11 PM

I've just installed the latest NVIDIA Drivers for my GT525M and before that I had about 20-70 fps in Pandaria (it was kinda unstable) but now I just have 30 fps (stable) and almost everything on fair in graphic settings cause recommended settings have changed from High to Fair :o 
My question is, how can I check if WoW is using dedicated GPU instead of Intel HD 3000?
And of course I'm running the games with the nVidia GPU, not the internal Intel one, don't even try suggesting that (Run with graphics processor -> High performance NVIDIA processor).
Thank you : )

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October 12, 2012 4:25:54 PM

If you have the 3000 disabled then it won't use it. If you have WoW come up on the monitor that is connected to the GT525M, then it's using the GT525M.
Get GPUZ if you want to see detailed info on your GPU, and if you want real time monitoring of your GPU then get MSI Afterburner, in fact, MSI Afterburner should be all that you need.
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