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How do I determine the make and model of a graphics card installed in a Dell Desktop?

Belarc Advisor doesn't identify anything, and the model, a Dell Optiplex 780, has 5 different models to choose driver downloads for on their website.

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marked as duplicate by Journeyman Geek Oct 28 '14 at 14:53

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Thanks. It's hard to tell which downlink is an advertisement for some other driver utility, and which link is the HWINFO program. It did identify the model which I had just installed drivers for (as a guess), so I hope it is not reading software, but hardware. – Steve Mar 25 '11 at 8:39

you can use gpu-z freeware utility for this

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Follow this link. This will give you a prompt command to type in to get your graphic card details.

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Thanks. I might have to get C3-PO or R2-D2 to decipher the output. :P – Steve Mar 25 '11 at 8:34
The output is simply 00IBM VGA Compatible BIOS. Are you sure it is not identifying the software? – Steve Mar 25 '11 at 8:35

I like using Speccy. From their site:

Speccy is an advanced System Information tool for your PC. Need to find out what's inside your computer? No problem! Speccy will give you all the information you need.

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Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference. – soandos Jul 17 '12 at 4:21
Is it good now? – Mien Jul 17 '12 at 9:49

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