Some users may be asking themselves: “What GPU do I have?” in order to get more information about their graphics processing unit. This article will shed light on this particular issue and show you how to find out the graphics card model in your device. This will be useful to you if you are in the process of updating your graphics card driver manually. For future reference, we recommend using a tool like Auslogics Driver Updater to take care of all your system’s drivers.
It might seem complicated to dive deep into your computer’s settings to find out what GPU you are using, but it’s really not much of a task at all: you just need to know where exactly to look. Just pick a method that seems right for you from the list below:
Method 1. View your GPU in System Information. Here are the instructions:
- Step 1. Use the Windows logo key and access the search.
- Step 2. Type ‘information’ and navigate to System information.
- Step 3. When the window opens, select Components and then Display.
- Step 4. The Name value will show you the GPU you are using.
Method 2. View your GPU with your Device Manager.
- Step 1. To open your Device Manager, use the Win key and R shortcut, type ‘devmgmt.msc’ into the Run box and hit Enter.
- Step 2. Navigate to Display adapters and expand the category; you’ll see the GPU you are using.
Method 3. Get Auslogics Driver Updater and let this tool automatically scan the system, search for the drivers that need updates, download the necessary updates from the internet, and then install them onto your computer
Using this tool, you will see the GPU model that it will update.
Hopefully, you have found out the version of your GPU model with the help of one of our methods.