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Locating the VRAM information on your Windows machine

To locate the VRAM on your Windows computer - for one GPU:

  1. Open the Display dialog box. To do this either:

    • Type Display Settings into the Windows 10 search bar and press Enter.

    • Or, in the Desktop, right click and from the menu that appears, select Display Settings.

  2. Scroll down to the bottom of the Display page and click Advanced Display Settings.

  3. In the Advanced Display Settings page, click Display adapter properties for Display 1 (or Display 2 if that's your main display). In the dialog box that appears, you can see the Dedicated Video Memory (this is the VRAM) in the Adapter tab.

Note that, if your computer has two GPUs, you’ll only see the integrated GPU. Follow the instructions below for two GPUs.


To locate the VRAM on your Windows computer - for two GPUs:

  1. In the Windows Search text box, type Run.

  2. In the Run dialog box that opens, type dxdiag and click OK. If prompted to connect to the Internet, do so.

  3. When the DirectX Diagnostic Tool dialog box opens, select the Display tab. The VRAM information appears next to Display Memory.



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