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How can i find out what kind of Graphics Card i have


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IaBi

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Hello Fellow Geeks,

Can anyone tell me how i can find out what Graphics Card i have in my computer
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kamille316

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Hi IaBi,

To figure out what graphics card you currently have, follow these steps:

1) Click Start and select Run.
2) The Run dialog will appear, type dxdiag and press OK.
3) The DirectX Diagnostic Tool window will appear, select the Display tab.
4) Under Device, you will see the Name, Manufacturer and Chip Type of your graphics card.

Hope that helps.
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jrm20

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Hello Fellow Geeks,

Can anyone tell me how i can find out what Graphics Card i have in my computer
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Download a program called everest or either pcwizard.. Google it. Look under video card settings and it will list what model you have and what expansion slot such as agp, pci express etc..
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Thanks Guys that really helped alot
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