How to Check Graphics Card on Windows 11 or 10?


If you have purchased a new Microsoft Windows computer and want to check which Graphics Card your system uses, you might want to read this risewindows article till the very end. Here in, we will take you through several ways that you can use to find out the graphics card model on Windows 11/10.

How to Check Graphics Card on Windows 11 using the Settings app?

Step 1: The first step is to go to the Settings app. You can press the Windows + I keys combination on your keyboard.

Step 2: In the Settings window, go to the System option from the left side pane.

Step 3: On the right-sidebar, click on the Display tab.

Step 4: Now, scroll down under the Related settings section to find the Advanced display option.

Step 5: Under the Display information section, you will see a link labeled as Display adapter properties for Display 1. Double click on it.

On a side note, if you use multiple screens, you can check the adapter details for all the displays.

Step 6: After completing the above step, a new window will appear on your screen showing the graphics adapter type. You will find other related information like the chip type, total available graphics memory, dedicated video memory, system video memory, shared system memory, etc.

How to Find Graphics Card on Windows 11/10 via System Information?

Step 1: First, open the Run dialog box by press Windows + R keys combination on your keyboard. In the Run box, type msinfo32, then click OK or press Enter.

Step 2: Check the left sidebar. You will find the system summary pane. Find the Components option and expand it. After doing that, click on Display.

It will show you the model of the graphics card (video card) next to the Adapter Type. If your system uses more than one Graphics card (Video card), it will display several entries of GPU.

How to Find out Graphics Card Details in Windows 11/10 using Task Manager?

You can also use the Task Manager to fetch the Graphic Card details for your system.

Step 1: Go to the Task Manager.

You can either manually open it, or press Ctrl + Shift + Esc keys simultaneously on your keyboard.

Step 2: As the Task Manager window opens, navigate to the Performance tab and open the GPU option you see on the left sidebar.

f your system uses more than one Graphics card (Video card), it will display several entries of GPU. You will find the video card details on the left sidebar just below the GPU entry.

How to View Graphics Card Details in Windows 11/10 through Device Manager?

To know the graphics or video card details in Windows 11/10 through device manager, do the following:-

Step 1: Find the Device Manager.

Step 2: In the Device Manager, expand “Display adapters” to display the installed graphics card(s) on your Windows 11/10 computer.

How to Check Graphics Card on Windows 10 using the Settings app?

You can also fetch the graphics card details. Just follow these steps:-

Step 1: Open Windows Settings.

Step 2: Click on System.

Step 3: Click on Display in the left sidebar.

Step 4: You will find the link Advanced display settings under the “Multiple displays” section in the right sidebar.

Step 5: In the screen that now appears, in the “Display information” section, you will find your Graphics card details. You can click “Display adapter properties” to learn more about your Graphics card.

Apart from the methods mentioned above, you can also check out third-party apps like Speccy or DeskInfo.

That is it.

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