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How do you monitor VRAM usage with MSI Afterburner?

In MSI Afterburner's settings, check the box here. (also make sure it's got a tick under Graph like on the pic)

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Greetings.

I've recently come to the realization that most of my crashing in a heavily modded game of Skyrim could be due to the VRAM demand being too high for my modest 2GB GTX 960. However, I can't quite find a way to monitor my VRAM usage in the On-Screen Display. Does anyone on here know of a way to do so?

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Aereldor.


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In MSI Afterburner's settings, check the box here. (also make sure it's got a tick under Graph like on the pic)

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I think it's the i button on the toppish right to pop out the hardware monitor which gives all of the info

 

 

 


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