How can I find out what version of graphics card I have?

There are a few different ways to determine the version of your graphics card.

The first and simplest method is to look in the Device Manager. To access the Device Manager in Windows, open the Start menu and type “Device Manager.” Then select the “Display Adapters” section. Find your graphics card in the list, right-click it and choose “Properties.” The Driver tab should show the version number and usually the date when it was released.

Alternatively, if your graphics card supports it, you can use the software provided by the manufacturer. NVIDIA and AMD both offer software that can detect the model and version of your graphics card. NVIDIA offers the GeForce Experience software, while AMD provides the Radeon Software Utility. Both of these programs will display the version of you graphics card in an easily accessible way.

If you don’t have access to either of those programs, you can also download a free tool called GPU-Z. This utility will tell you the exact model number, chip set, amount of memory and other important information about your graphics card. It may also contain the version number, depending on the specific card you have.

Finally, if you can’t find your graphics card’s version in any of these tools, you can also search for it online. Google the model number of your graphics card and check the results for any references to the version number. The version should be found somewhere in the product specifications or listed somewhere on the manufacturer’s website.

In summary, there are several ways to find out what version of graphics card you have. These include using the Device Manager, downloading the manufacturer’s software, using GPU-Z and searching online. With this information, you can keep your graphics card up to date with the latest drivers or troubleshoot any technical problems you may have.