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3 ways to check graphics card information in Windows 10

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Every computer has a graphics card to render every pixel you see while running any program. This is an essential part of a computer and should determine the size of the graphics card based on the work you do use the computer. For example, if you want to play a latest game using your computer, you need to enough RAM capacity of the computer as well as the memory capacity of the graphics card. NVIDIA, AMD, and Intel are currently the leading manufacturers of graphics cards. Those manufacturers create graphic cards in a variety of models. So, there are several ways you can get information about the graphics card in your computer and its memory. In this guide, we are talking about 3 ways to check graphics card information in Windows 10 operating system.

3 Ways to Check Your Graphics Card info in Windows 10

Method 1: Using the DirectX Diagnostic Tool

This is the easiest way to check your graphics card information. Follow these steps below.

  • Press the Windows key + R to open the run window and type “dxdiag” and press the enter key.

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  • Wait a few seconds until the DxDiag window opens.
  • The System tab contains information about the computer. Switch to the Display / Render tabs to check your graphics cards info.

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Method 2: Using Windows Settings

  • Press the Windows key + I to open Windows settings and go into the “System” section.

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  • In the Display section, scroll down the window and click on the “Advanced display settings” link.

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  • Click on the “Display adapter properties” link.

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  • The details of your graphics card are displayed in the window that opens.

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Method 3: Using the Task Manager

  • Right-click on the Taskbar and choose the “Task Manager” option.

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  • Switch to the “Performance” tab and go to the GPU section using the left pane.
  • In that window, you can see the details of your graphics card model and memory.

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Read also: How to Optimize Settings for Gaming in Windows 10 – iHackPc.com.

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