You have two types of graphics memory in your computer systems: internal graphics memory and external graphics memory. The internal graphics memory is part of the system’s motherboard. The external graphics memory belongs to the hardware of a dedicated graphics card which is installed separately on the motherboard. Graphics memory is needed to run high definition games and movies. You can find out how much memory you have on the external graphics card installed on your machine.
There are various ways to determine how much external graphics memory you have. We will start we the easiest method first.
Right-click anywhere on the desktop, then click Screen Resolution.
On the middle of the right-hand side of the screen, click the Advanced settings.
A new window should appear with your video adapter’s properties.
Your video card’s memory is under the Adapter tab in the Dedicated Video Memory: section (shown below).