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# 17708 7-Dec-2007 23:27
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Similar to my last question but how do i tell what model Graphics Card i have in my computer.

I brought a new pc but left all the discs and everything back at another house and i need to get it up and running. I have tryed CPU-Z but that doesnt seem to do your video card.

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Riley




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  # 98840 8-Dec-2007 00:49
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Download and install Sandra Lite software and you can get most of the details of your system.




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  # 98845 8-Dec-2007 02:34
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Try GPU-Z

http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/

 
 
 
 


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  # 98854 8-Dec-2007 09:42
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Or Type DXDIAG into Run of your computer, then click display

That way, no need to download any software that you will not use again...



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  # 98865 8-Dec-2007 10:06
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I have tryed cpu z as well as directx diagnostics and the problem that you get is that when the driver isnt installed it doesnt give you the details of what model Graphics Card you have.




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  # 98867 8-Dec-2007 10:14
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Well...Nvidia and ATI have both drivers that suit every card, so you know whether its a Nvidia or ATI right?



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  # 98872 8-Dec-2007 10:17
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Yea its a nvidia card.




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  # 98876 8-Dec-2007 10:43
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just go to nvidia.com and download drivers, go to the 6XXX series because thats probably it (lol) all drivers are the same anyway except for a few, install it and gooo!@

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