5 ways to Check Graphics Card Information on Windows 11

A Graphics card is also known as (Graphics Processing Unit) is an expansion card for your PC that is specialized for rendering images on the computer’s screen. Graphics cards help us in Graphics designing, Video editing, and also in PC gaming. If you purchase a new computer or your windows display not working properly then must need to check that which Graphic card is installed on your computer. Do you want to check which graphics card uses in your Windows PC, then this guide will help you How to check the Graphics card information on Windows 11.

Check the Graphics card on Windows 11 through settings

You can check information about your Graphics card easily through Windows Settings. Follow these steps

  1. Press the Windows key + I or search setting on the taskbar to open the setting.
  2. Click the System option.
  3. Select Display on the right sidebar.
  4. Then scroll down and under the related setting select advanced display.
  5. Click on the link that says Display adopter properties for display 1.

Note: You can check the adopter details of the displays when you have connected with multiple displays.

After this process, new windows will open and now you can know all the details or information about Graphics cards like chip type, DAC type, Adapter string, Bios information, and memory type, etc.

Check Graphics card details

Check Graphics card on Windows 11 through System Information

System information is another way that helps us to check Graphics card details on Windows 11 PC.

  1. Press Windows key + R to open the Run dialog.
  2. Type msinfo32 to open Windows system information.
  3. Find out components option under system summary, Which was located at the left.
  4. Then double-click on it for expansion.
  5. Now click on the Display option. then you can check your Graphics card information on Windows 11.

Graphics card details on sysinfo

Check Graphics card on Windows 11 through Device Manager

  • Press Windows key + X and select device manager,
  • This will display all installed device driver list, locate and expand display adapter
  • Right-click on your installed graphics driver then select properties
  • Under the general tab you can check the model and manufacture of your Graphics card on your Windows 11 PC.

Check Graphics card on Windows 11 through Task Manager

  1. Search Task Manager in the Start menu and click it to open.
  2. In the Task Manager go to the performance tab.
  3. Scroll down and find out the GPU option here.
  4. If there are two GPUs then you can see GPU 0 and GPU 1.
  5. Click GPU 0 to check the model of GPU 0 and click GPU 1 to check the model of GPU 1.

Check Graphics card on Windows 11 through DirectX Diagnostic

  1. Open Run dialog by pressing Windows key + R.
  2. Type dxdiag to open DirectX Diagnostic and click yes.
  3. Now click on the Display tab.
  4. And you can see now all details about Graphics cards like Memory type, chip type, DAC type, etc.

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