How do I identify which of a series my AMD graphics card is?
AMD (neé ATI) seem to be a bit reticent to make the information readily available. However, they have a page on identifying which model of graphics card you might have:
Provided that the graphics drivers are correctly installed and functioning, the
model of the graphics card may be found using the AMD Catalyst™ Control Center.
Via Catalyst Control Center
You mentioned you tried looking in the Catalyst Control Centre, but there's a chance you overlooked this specific section:
Open the AMD Catalyst™ Control Center by opening the Start menu and select Search. In the Search box type "AMD Catalyst Control Center", then click on the AMD Catalyst Control Center icon.
If the AMD Catalyst Control Center is in Standard View mode, then scroll down to Information, select Product Summary, then select Hardware. The Graphics Chipset should indicate the model of the graphics card. If the AMD Catalyst Control Center is in Advance View mode, click on the Information tab located on the left side menu, then click Hardware. The Graphics Chipset should indicate the model of the graphics card.
(The AMD page has screenshots to illustrate this)
You say that in
Device Manager it only lists the series of the card. You may be able to find it out from the Hardware ID.
- Right click on
AMD Radeon HD 7700 series and select
- Select the
Hardware Ids from the dropdown
See the following screenshot, which is from my
NVidia Totally-an-AMD™ Graphics Card:
You can then use the Device ID (
XXXX is device id) to look up on the PCI database. You can also identify the vendor this way.
The same page on the AMD website goes through this process in a slightly different manner (using the
Windows System Information Tool instead).
AMD suggest this as a viable alternative1.
Note: I am hesitant to mark this question as a duplicate- with the tools you've tried these may not give any more useful information.
But for the sake of completeness:
HWMonitor (as mentioned by Gesicht in this answer) or
GPU-Z (as mentioned by Mehper C. Palavuzlar in another answer to the same question) might be worth trying.
1: You may commence your swearing. I suggest calling them "fusking cloff prunkers", and go from there.