How to check your vram?
To check the VRAM (Video Random Access Memory) of your computer, you can follow these steps:
- Windows Operating System:
- Right-click on the desktop and select “Display settings” or “Graphics properties.”
- In the Display settings or Graphics properties window, navigate to the “Advanced display settings” or “Advanced settings” section.
- Look for information related to your graphics card or adapter, such as “Dedicated video memory” or “Total available graphics memory.” This value indicates the VRAM size.
- macOS Operating System:
- Click on the Apple menu and select “About This Mac.”
- In the Overview tab, click on “System Report” or “System Information.”
- In the System Report or System Information window, click on “Graphics/Displays” or “Graphics.” Look for information related to your graphics card or adapter, such as “VRAM (Total):” or “Memory:” This value represents the VRAM size.
- DirectX Diagnostic Tool (Windows):
- Press the Windows key + R to open the Run dialog box.
- Type “dxdiag” and press Enter.
- In the DirectX Diagnostic Tool window, go to the “Display” or “Render” tab.
- Look for the “Approx. Total Memory” or “Approx. Total Memory” field. This value represents the VRAM size.
Please note that the specific steps may vary slightly depending on your operating system version and graphics card. Checking VRAM can be useful when determining the capabilities of your computer’s graphics card and its suitability for running certain applications or games.