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Thread: How Do I Check How Much Video Ram Do I Have?

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    I have a computer that runs on Windows, but does anyone know how to check how much video ram I have by using my computer.
    Does anyone know how to do it on a Mac?

    Thanks for your help

    -Someone

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    Your post is kind of confusing. Are you asking how to find out on a Mac
    or on a Mac and a PC running Windows?

    With Windows Go to the start menu then run, type dxdiag and hit
    enter. It will be under the display tab.

    On a Mac I have no idea.

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    In Mac OS X, you click on the apple on the top of the toolbar and select "About This Mac" or something to that effect, that should have most of the computer's specs.
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    Not-Spekkio:
    I don't see how your post is in any way helpful.

    someone:
    Alternatively, look up your Mac's specs in MacTracker
    ( www.mactracker.ca )

    Although if it's a PowerMac of sorts, there could be
    all kinds of videocards in it, with all kinds of amounts
    of video ram.

    If you want me to lookup the exact model of Mac you
    have, post the last 3 letters/numbers of your Mac's
    serial number here (do not post the whole number).

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    Originally posted by GHDpro@Oct 10 2003, 08:43 AM
    Not-Spekkio:
    I don't see how your post is in any way helpful.

    someone:
    Alternatively, look up your Mac's specs in MacTracker
    ( www.mactracker.ca )

    Although if it's a PowerMac of sorts, there could be
    all kinds of videocards in it, with all kinds of amounts
    of video ram.

    If you want me to lookup the exact model of Mac you
    have, post the last 3 letters/numbers of your Mac's
    serial number here (do not post the whole number).
    Basic English makes posts understandable, gibberish does not.

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