You’re looking for a way to check how much vram your PC is using, but you don’t know how to check it. But worry not, because in this article I will be showing you how to check vram usage in Windows 10 and 11.
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What is VRAM
VRAM is a short form for Video RAM, and it is used to store graphical data. Unless you have a computer with an integrated GPU, VRAM is often found on the (GPU) Graphics Card of your PC. The more VRAM a computer has, the more 2D and 3D graphics and videos it can show at once.
How to check vram usage in Windows 10 and 11
To check vram use in Windows 10, simply launch the task manager.
There are a several ways to open Task Manager, and I’ll go through all of them in this post.
How to open task manager
Step 1: Right-click on the Start Menu.
Step 2: Click On task Manager
Step 3: Click on Performance tab
Step 4: Click On GPU section on the Task Manager
Step 5: Then look at the section where Dedicated GPU Memory is mentioned. It will display how much vram your computer is using.
If the GPU section is not showing.
Step 1: In this task manager go to detail tab.
Step 2: Right Click on Any of the tab.
Step 3: Click on Select Columns
Step 4: Then find and check the Dedicated GPU Memory option.