Video RAM, also known as VRAM, can be used for storing images and other textures for display in the display. It’s like RAM however it is dedicated to GPU and is much more efficient. A lot of applications that display complicated 3D images depend on VRAM.
VRAM is essential since it provides a smooth and clear graphic display. The more RAM you have in your system the more smooth and superior the display. A larger VRAM can also help load images that are complex on the screen quickly.
Gamers who play games that have high-detail graphics are aware of the significance of VRAM. This article we’ll walk you through the process of evaluating VRAM usage in Windows 10.
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Before we can check the VRAM utilization in our computer, it is important to be aware of the amount of VRAM is available in the computer.
Click on Start Menu and choose “Settings”.
In Settings, select “System,” which is the initial option.
In the system settings, choose “Display” on the left.
In the next window scroll down until you select ‘Advanced display settings’.
Next, choose the properties of the display adapter for Display 1 Then, select ‘Display adapter properties for Display 1’ in the next screen.
You’ll be able to view the VRAM on your system in the tab Adapter. Its designation Dedicated Video Memory shows the VRAM.
Checking VRAM Usage
To determine if the VRAM in your system is adequate or not enough for your requirements, you have to be aware of how to verify the VRAM utilization on Windows 10.
The VRAM utilization can be monitored through the VRAM usage can be checked in the Task Manager in Windows 10. To access the Task Manager click in the Taskbar and choose the option ‘Task Manager’.
Within the Task Manager you’ll be able to see all the running tasks within your system. To determine your GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) use, click the Performance tab.
In the tab Performance You will find a variety of graphs that show the GPU use and additional details about it at the lower part of the page.
To determine the use of VRAM of various programs Go to the ‘Details tab, which is the second one.
On the Details tab, right-click on any column heading, then click “Select Columns”.
Scroll to the bottom and click on the box next to “Dedicated GPU memory” to choose the option, then click “OK”.
The column dedicated to GPU memory, also known as VRAM, is now available and you can see the use of VRAM by different applications.