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Identify Your Intel® Graphics Controller


Last Reviewed: 27-Dec-2016
Article ID: 000005510

Choose your operating system or method and follow the instructions to identify your Intel® Graphics Controller.

Click or the topic for details:

Windows® 10
  1. Right-click anywhere on the desktop and choose Display Settings.

  2. Click Advanced display settings:

    advanced display settings

  3. Click Display adapter properties:

    display adapter properties

  4. See the graphics controller identifier displayed in the Adapter Type section of the Adapter tab:

    graphics controller identifier

Windows 8*
  1. If you are not in desktop mode, select the Desktop tile.

  2. Right-click anywhere on the desktop and choose Screen resolution.

  3. Click Advanced settings.

    advanced settings

  4. See the graphics controller identifier displayed in the Adapter Type section of the Adapter tab.

    graphics controller identifier

Windows 7*
  1. Right-click anywhere on the desktop and choose Screen resolution.

  2. Click Advanced settings.

    advanced settings

  3. See the graphics controller identifier displayed in the Adapter Type section of the Adapter tab.

    graphics controller identifier

Windows Vista*
  1. Right-click anywhere on the desktop and choose Personalize.

  2. Click Display settings.

  3. Click Advanced settings.

  4. See the graphics controller identifier displayed in the Adapter Type section of the Adapter tab.

    graphics controller identifier

Other identification methods

You can use other ways to identify the graphics product in your computer. We don't recommend these methods for beginners.

  • Run the Intel® System Identification Utility. The utility automatically identifies the computer components, operating system, and driver versions on your computer.

  • Right-click the desktop and select Graphics Properties. Navigate to the Options and Support tab. Look under the Information Center submenu for Accelerator In Use.

  • Go to the Device Manager (Start > Control Panel > Device Manager) and find the Intel® product listed under Display Adapters.

  • Run dxdiag (Start > Run > dxdiag) and observe the Name and Version listed under the display sections.

  • Use the POST screen message. As older computers start, they can display the name of the graphics product during the power-on self-test (POST). Press the Pause/Break key to pause POST and capture the product name.

Advanced identification methods
  1. Right-click the desktop and choose Properties.

  2. Click the Settings tab.

  3. Click Advanced.

  4. Click the Adapter tab. The graphics controller is listed in the Adapter Type section.

 
Related topics
Intel® Driver Update Utility
Intel® Chipset Identification Utility
Frequently asked questions about Intel® Graphics Driver
Manually install an Intel® Graphics Driver in Windows® 10 or Windows 8*/8.1*

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