GPU Monitor is a Windows 10 gadget that monitors your NVIDIA or Radeon graphics cards.
Before we review GPU Monitor, it's important to know two things. First, Gadgets have been removed from Windows as a security risk. Second, to use Gadgets, you'll need to install 8GadgetPack or Desktop Gadgets Revived. These come with safe, tested gadgets, but you should be careful about adding any Gadgets beyond the ones that are included. While the threat of using third-party Gadgets isn't a big thing anymore, the possibility still exists.
We've removed all of our gadgets and rarely add any new ones, but GPU Monitor is safe, trusted, and tested.
Once installed, you can see a lot of detail including:
Double-click the Gadget (GPUMonitor.gadget) to install.
GPU Monitor provides all the monitoring details you want for your video card. GPU Monitor can use 5% of your CPU and 50B of memory, so that shouldn't affect your computer use.