How to check your Graphics Card’s memory size, Bit size. DirectX‘s support, temperature, and other specifications. Many people use graphic card, and they always remain unaware of GPU’s temperatures and memory size, so let’s learn about GPU.
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Check Graphic Card
There are lots of important programs, applications, and games which works with the help of Graphic card. It is important for you to know what GPU you should have, buy or use.
Integrated vs Dedicated Graphics
Intel is the most popular graphic chipset simply because its ‘HD/UHD Graphics’ processors are built into practically every CPU it makes. This is known as ‘integrated’ graphics and is fine for basic tasks and basic 3D programming, but if you want to run games such as GTA 5 and Scarlet Nexus or Programs such as Adobe then it is important for you to buy a dedicated Graphic Card.
How to check Graphic Card Information using GPU-Z
Check your Graphic Card specs and information on your Windows/Mac/Linux using GPU-Z software program. After installing and using this program, you will be able to read graphic properties including memory size, Bit size. DirectX‘s support, temperature, and other specifications in details.
- Download and Install GPU-Z.
- Click on “Graphics Card” Tab.
- On The right side of the Window, find “Bus Width”.
- Bus Width shows the “bit size” on its right.
You can download GPU-Z application from the download button below.
If you are unable to download GPU-Z from mirror button.
How to Graphic Card Memory Size?
- Right-click on desktop.
- Click on ‘Display settings’.
- Go to Display section.
- Click on ‘Advanced display settings’.
- Go to “Display adopter properties for Display 1”
- Right click on “Adopter” button.
- Read: Dedicated Video Memory size.
You can now read graphic card properties settings from the adopter section of display properties on Windows.