HOW TO DETECH INSTALED GRAPHICS CARD (GPU), ON WINDOWS 10.
Gamers should always know about Graphic Card on which there playing their favorite games.
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Computer mainly consists of three main components CPU, RAM, GPU. Graphics Card is one of the most important components when it comes to pc gaming and any graphic rendering.
Modern pc comes with pre-install GPUs, but the performance of GPU depends on the size of the memories. Most modern of the intel’s PCs come with low-performance integrated GPUs, but users can install dedicated high-performance GPUs such as AMD, NVIDIA, MSI.
Your computer has many Important components but its Graphic Card the most important when it comes to playing modern high graphics games.
But u should definitely power-full GPU to play the modern game with those crisps graphics at 60 or 120 fps. So it’s important to know about the installed Graphics Card on your PC.
Here’s a way to see what graphics hardware is in your Windows pc.
For Windows 10 users can get every information such as the name, usage, performance about GPU installed. Form TASK-MANAGER, the users can open task-manager by pressing Window + Esc.
Users can see the performance tab at the top if not then click “more info” then click on “GPU 0” placed on the sidebar. Users can see full information about GPU such as manufacturer and model name on the right side top.
One can also see monitor usage and parts of memory dedicated to GPU. Windows 10’s Task manager shows u every useful information about GPU.
If users are having an older version of OS (Windows7) so u can get all info about your GPU. From DirectX diagnostic tool, which can be excess by pressing Windows + Run and then by typing “dxdiag” in dialog box and press ok.
After that one window will pop, that’s your DirectX diagnostic tool than users have to open the display tab from the top of the window. Where the users can get each every info about there GPUs.
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