If you need to update the drivers for the video card, or to understand if it makes sense to buy any new game with high system requirements, you need to know the model of your video card.
To learn it is very simple.
You will need
- ? a computer
- ? Windows operating system
In the menu? Start? Select "Run?", Or use the Winkey + R shortcut.
The command input field opens. Type "dxdiag" and press Enter. If at this point the system asks whether to check for WHQL compliance, click the? No? Button.
The DirectX Diagnostic Tools window opens.Information about the system and multimedia capabilities. Go to the "Display" tab. In the unit? Device? You will see a description of your video card: name, manufacturer, type of chips and so on. This will be enough to describe the model of your video card. For example, NVidia GeForce 8500GT with 512 megabytes of memory.