Hi guys I have been trying to increase my FPS in this game i want to play and the first thing i thought about is to check if my drivers are up to date. My current driver for my graphics card are from 2013 and i want to find out if there is ones from 2014 for my chipset but strangely enough when i open device manager, then the graphics tab, it doesn't say what version my Intel HD chipset is, like it should say Intel HD 2000 or 4000 or whatever so i know which drivers to look for.
here is a picture of what details i get about my Graphics card on my device manager. Basically the only clue i have i the current driver version but i still can't figure out how to find out if there is a new one. I have tried the Driver Auto Detect software on Intel website but it i remember it didn't work, it just said that it can't find drivers for some reason, but it definitely didn't say that i am up to date with my current drivers.
Can anyone help me to find if there is NEW drives for my HD grapics based on the driver version on the picture?
Hello V0da12,I was not able to see the picture you send us, so would you please reply back to me with this data:
- Which version of Windows do you have?
- Which is the model number of your system?
- http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/sb/CS-009482.htm Graphics Drivers — How to Identify Your Intel® Graphics Controller
- Click the Windows icon, and then right-click Computer.
- Select Properties.
- Find System Type on the Properties window, and then note the processor model.
- What is the graphics driver version? http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/sb/cs-028686.htm Graphics Drivers — Intel® Graphics Driver Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Could you please attach the DX Diag report for your system? (Start -> Run -> dxdiag -> Save All Information).
I also recommend you to check if you are running the latest BIOS version available for your system.
I apologize in advance for waking up this thread, but I'm having a problem myself and I didn't feel like opening a new topic to ask the question that had been asked already.
My problem is that I cannot identify my Intel HD Graphics.
I have Acer Aspire E1-510 Laptop with Win 8.1, Intel Celeron Processor N2820, Intel HD Graphics.
I've tried to determine which graphics it is, but properties say "Intel HD Graphics", no number, nothing.
I tried using GPU-Z and the result is in the attachment.
I shall attach all the things, so maybe someone can help me determine which graphics it is.
I've attached DxDiag, GPU-Z log, GPU-Z image and intel HD image from GPU.
I know which version of CPU (processor) I have. I can't determine which GPU (graphics) I have. All it says is "Intel HD Graphics" and there's no number. I had been suspecting that I could have Intel HD Graphics 4600, but then again, what do I know anyway? *shrugs*
the best way is to go to this link http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/siu.html Intel® System Identification Utility and it will identify it click graphics information and it will display what number you got and i got intel HD graphics 4600
Same as this user, I don't want to create another thread and sorry in advance for walking up the thread.
I cannot Identify my Intel HD Graphics number as well.
I had recently changed my processor to Intel Core-i5 3470 and whenever I download a graphics driver from the web it always says Intel HD Graphics instead of Intel HD Graphics 2500.
I checked the contents in this webpage and it says Intel HD Graphics 2500.
Details about the CPU and GPU if it helps
You are responding to a conversation that is from 2015/2016. If you have a real issue (and hint: having the wrong title is NOT a real issue), open a new conversation using the Post a Question button in the root of the appropriate forum.