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

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 on option and  supports under information  center.

5.the complete details  regarding version,memory is shown.




18 Responses

  1. veda says:

    thank u so much

    that helped a lot

  2. nayan soni says:

    thank you so much………….
    thanks by government of ganora……….

  3. mughil says:

    thank u

  4. AKSHAY KUMAR says:

    thanks i wanted to know that and i have got now so thanksssssssssssssssssss

  5. roopam says:

    thanx man

  6. Anil says:


  7. Captain Price says:

    THANKS A MILLION 1000000000000000000000000000

  8. Satya says:

    thanx man.. but it shows run in 64 bit.. how does it mean?

  9. Pankaj kumar says:

    thnx u

  10. hi says:

    Thankx a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. sadeed says:

    thanx dude

  12. jitu says:

    thanks a lot :D helped me to the best!

  13. jitu says:

    so is dedicated memory the real memory of an graphics card??
    it shows 512mb as dedicated memory so does than mean that i have the graphic gard of 512mb?? please reply, because i feel cheated…

  14. kishore says:

    tnxs buddy

  15. kishore says:

    tnq tnxs a lot…………….

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