How to see which video card is in Windows 10

If you want to play a game, sell your PC or, for some other reason, would like to find out what your video card is in Windows 10, know that the Microsoft operating system offers three options to do this natively.

Below, you can see how to see your video card through Device Manager, Task Manager or the DirectX Diagnostic Tool. Check out the step by step below!

How to see which video card is in Windows 10

Through Device Manager

Step 1: in the taskbar search field, search for “Device Manager” and click on it.

Look for “Device Manager” in the search bar of the Taskbar and click on it (Screenshot: Matheus Bigogno)

Step 2: in the window that opens next, expand the option “Video adapters” and you will be able to find your PC’s video cards. Double-click on one to be able to view brand, model and additional information.

Expand the “Video adapters” option and you will be able to see which video card is on your PC (Screenshot: Matheus Bigogno)

Through the Task Manager

Step 1: press the command “Ctrl + Alt + Del”, select the option “Task Manager” and, with the window open, access the “Performance” tab in the upper corner.

Access the “Task Manager” window and click on the “Performance” tab (Screenshot: Matheus Bigogno)

Step 2: then select “GPU 0” or “GPU 1” to view the make and model of your video card.

Then, you will be able to see which or which of your video cards in Windows 10 (Screenshot: Matheus Bigogno)

Through the DirectX Diagnostic Tool

Step 1: in the search field on the Windows 10 Taskbar, look for “dxdiag” and then click on it.

Search for “dxdiag” in the Taskbar and click on it (Screenshot: Matheus Bigogno)

Step 2: in the window that opens next, access the “View” tab in the upper corner, and you will already be able to see which video card, model, brand and extra information.

Access the “View” tab in the window shown below (Screenshot: Matheus Bigogno)

Step 3: if you use a dedicated GPU, access the “Render” tab.

If you have a dedicated video card, access the “Render” tab (Screenshot: Matheus Bigogno)

Ready! Now you can see your video card in Windows 10 in three different ways.

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