Windows Experience Index - Not Using Dedicated Graphics

Windows Experience Index isn't using the dedicated graphics card when testing my computers performance. It doesn't even appear in the graphics section...



It's an Acer V3-571G. The graphics card is an Nvidia GeForce GT 640M (2GB VRAM)

Any ideas as to why it's not coming up? Thanks.. :)
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  1. Is there any reason you need it to test with your graphics card? The Experience Index really doesn't mean anything. It's just a way for Microsoft to make you feel insecure about the performance of the hardware you have.
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