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How to check Graphics Card Memory in windows 7/windows vista/Windows xp?

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April 19, 2012, 02:11:54 AM
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Graphics Card is valuable component of CPU fitted in Motherboard.Its Allow to display images/animations/effect on the moniter.

There is different types of graphics cards available in the Market vary from 128mb- to 2gb.To Determine the available Graphics Memory in your laptop/computer,use a built-in diagnostic tool in Windows operating systems.


1. Click start,On run ,Type dxdiag and hit enter.

2. Click the “Display” tab . This window lists the graphics card version, driver, memory, current display mode,memory allocated and manufacturer.

3. This form display total physical memory,total Graphics memory,and Minimum Graphics Memory .(in windows 7,vista,xp).

Method 2:

1. Click control+alt+f12

2. Intel graphics and media control panel is shown

3. Click on option andsupports

4. Click under informationcenter.

5. The complete detailsregarding version,memory is shown.

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