On the blog, there was an article sharing about the software that supports the work computer hardware test then, did you read that article?
For more complete and detailed information regarding Graphic card (graphics card), in this article I will share with you the 8 most effective ways to do this more easily.
I will do it on the latest Windows 11, you guys know what the purpose is, mainly to find the right driver for the video card computers are key.
#first. Check through the System . section
To view detailed information about the graphics card available on your computer, you can look in the advanced display settings included in Windows 11.
You press the key combination
Windows + I to open Windows Settings => then select
System (System) => and select
You scroll down and click on the option
Advanced display (Advanced display) in the section
Related settings (Settings related).
Okay, in the
Display information => please click on the link
Display adapter properties for Display 1
At this point, a new window will appear. Here will display information about your graphics card.
#2. View graphics card information on Windows 11 with the command msinfo32
Well, this way you can quickly see the information of the graphics card you are using.
Perform: Open the Run dialog box (
Windows + R) => then enter the command
msinfo32 => then press
=> Okay, at tab
Components => you access the section
Dispaly as shown below. Now the right column will appear information related to your graphics card.
#3. Check graphics card information through Task Manager
Task Manager is a tool that is too familiar to Windows users in general. And I don’t need to say too much about this tool anymore, right 🙂
Perform: You press the key combination
CTRL + SHIFT + ESC to open Task Manager => then you switch to tab
Next, click on the tab
GPU 1 as shown below => now the information related to the computer’s graphics card will appear.
#4. View detailed graphics card information through Device Manager
Another very familiar way is through Device Manager. To open Device Manager, you can search with the keyword Device Manager through
Windows Search (Windows + S).
Or is that you can open the Run dialog box (Windows + R) => then enter the command
devmgmt.msc => and press
Enter. Then expand the
Display adapters => identify the graphics card you are using.
Eg like here is the card AMD Radeon HD 8500M Hey guys.
To view detailed information is simple, you double click on the line
AMD Radeon HD 8500M is to be,
#5. Check the video card information with the tool DirectX
Still using the command in the Run dialog box, you open the Run dialog => then use the command
dxdiag => press
Enter => press
Yes if asked. Next, click on the tab
Display => you will see the information about the graphics card.
#6. Using commands in CMD
wmic path win32_VideoController get name
wmic path win32_VideoController get name, videoarchitecture, deviceID, adapterram
#7. Use a command in PowerShell to view GPU information
Similar to the CMD command line window, for Windows PowerShell, we also have separate commands to view GPU information. You do the following:
You press the combination
Windows + S to open Windows Search => then search with keywords
powershell => and right click
Windows PowerShell in the results that appear => and select
Run as administrator.
Okay, then you use the command below to see detailed information about the graphics card:
#8. Using Speccy software
Another very simple way is to use the software to check, with the software, you can see more detailed information. Moreover, in addition to the GPU, you can also see the information of RAM, CPU, hard drive, Mainboard .. more.
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Well, here are 8 simple and effective ways to help you View information of graphics card on Windows 11. That said, you can apply the above methods to almost any version of Windows, Windows 10 or Windows 7 can also apply the same.
Hope this article will be useful to you, good luck!
Kien Nguyen – Blogchiasekienthuc.com
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