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How do I find out what my GFX card is?


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A Train

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Well I need to download OpenGL drivers. And to do so I need to know what the card is to get to the main website. Surely there must be some way of finding it out with out having to open the cpu.

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Check out the System Device menu from the Control Panel. it shows you the installed/plugged components to your computer.From the sub menus find out the graphic cards menu click on it. You can see your graphic cards name and model here.
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