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What video card?


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I am trying to find out what video card I have but don't know how to do so.
I have a Dell Inspiron 530S, intel celeron, and Windows Vista Basic.
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Right-click on your desktop, click Personalize on the menu that appears and then click on the last option on the bottom "Display Settings".

It will either list your monitor name/model or say (Default Monitor) followed by your video card name.

Ex. ViewSonic VX2834wm on Nvidia GeForce GTX 280

Is what mine shows :).


Another way is to dig out the paperwork and find the invoice, it should be listed on there.
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