Windows Experience Index - Not Using Dedicated Graphics Tags: Windows Windows 8 Graphics Cards Graphics Last response: July 10, 2013 1:20 PM in Windows 8 Share Anonymous July 10, 2013 12:52:47 PM 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.. More about : windows experience index dedicated graphics Reply to Anonymous Zooshooter July 10, 2013 1:20:46 PM 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. Reply to Zooshooter Ask the community Post an answer Related resources: Forumwhy do i have a graphics score of 4.5 on windows experience index? ForumSolvedWindows experience index graphics ForumWindows Experience Index Messed Up My Graphics? Please help! ForumWindows experience index grade in graphics went down. ForumWindows Experience Index rating problem w/ Graphic Card ForumSolvedHIS HD 7850 2gb 256 bit iceq scored 6.0 on Windows experience index ForumSolvedIntel Core i7-3770T (2.50GHz / 8MB) with Windows Experience Index of 2.9 ForumSolvedWindows experience Index went down !! ForumSolvedHow is your Windows 8 Experience Index score? ForumSolvedWindows Experience Index on RAM only 5.5? ForumSolvedWindows Experience Index And Processor Issue ForumComputer freezes when running Windows Experience Index Forumwindows experience index ForumMinimum acceptable Windows Experience Index for Office PC ForumWindows experience index, and synthetics gets lower after I added 2nd pair RAM ForumWindows Experience Index Disabled in Walmart ForumSolvedWindows experience index downgrade? ForumSolvedWindows Experience Index 5.9? ForumSolvedCant reach Windows Experience Index 7.9?!? ForumWindows Experience Index More resources Read discussions in other Windows 8 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !