How to Find Your GPU Model on Windows 10
For most people, knowing their specific model of GPU isn’t really required. So long as it’s working, it’s mostly an afterthought.
Anyone experiencing issues, however, might need it for troubleshooting. Or, there are gamers, video editors, and the other power users of the world that wear their GPU model as a badge of honor. For these types, knowing what GPU a PC is running is as important as specs like storage, memory, and screen resolution.
If you’re buying a new machine, or just forgot which model GPU you have, here’s how to find out on any Windows 10 device.
- In the search box on the Taskbar, type system.
- In the search options that appear, select System Information.
- Click Components, in the System Information window.
- In the Components menu, click Display.
- The right pane has all the information you need, to the right of Name. In this PC, it’s the internal Intel Graphics card. If you have more cards, those will be listed below.
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