Finding out the model of the PC video card is a simple process. Windows itself has several native operating system tools that provide information about the computer’s hardware. The feature is interesting for those who want to know if the GPU is integrated or dedicated and other details, such as make and model, amount of memory and more.
In the following tutorial, check out three ways to see your PC’s video card and discover the model installed on your computer. The procedure was performed on a Windows 10 PC, but the tips also apply to previous versions of the Microsoft system.
Through the Task Manager
Step 1. Click on an empty space on the taskbar and, in the context menu, open the “Task Manager”;
Step 2. In it, access the “Performance” tab and click on “GPU” in the left side column. On the right, you can see the make and model of your video card.
Through the DirectX Diagnostic Tool
Step 1. Press the Windows + R keys to open the Run menu. Enter the command “dxdiag” (without quotes) and press Enter or tap “OK”;
Step 2. Now, in the DirectX Diagnostic Tool window, access the “View” tab. The make and model of your video card will be displayed below.
Through Device Manager
Step 1. Right-click on the Start button. In the context menu, open the “Device Manager”;
Step 2. In the Device Manager window, expand the “Display adapters” item. The make and model of your video card will be displayed below.
Ready! Take advantage of the tips to discover the PC video card and see the GPU model.