Have you been looking for a performance monitor tool for your brand new and expensive Nvidia graphics card, and didn’t find anything working for a Windows 7 x64 system? Me either...
But I’ve coded a tiny tool, which is able to monitor your Nvidia GPU. It’s pretty much alpha, but it shows a graph, which is the utilization of your GPU (1.0-gpu_idle).
It’s bleeding alpha, so it’s more or less a feasibility study. But already now it can be a help, if you want to know whether your card is going some e.g. CUDA work, like Badaboom, or stuff.
I’m planing to extend the feature set, add will likely add a few functionalities, like
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