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I need to know what kind of video card is in my computer

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Hello there, I'd be glad to help you with that. According to your question you have a Gateway 510 X. If that is the case you have an Nvidia FX5200 video card (also called an NV34).

Also, you can check what kind of card you have by clicking the START button, right clicking on My Computer, and going to properties. You will either see DEVICE MANAGER on the left hand side or you will have a HARDWARE tab one of the two. Click Device Manager (or if you have a hardware tab, go to that then click Device Manager) and this will pop up the list of hardware in your computer. Go do DISPLAY ADAPTERS towards the top of the list and click the PLUS (+) sign next to it, it will drop down what kind of video card software is loaded in your machine (which should tell you what kind of video card you have in your computer).

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Hi Good day!! You can check it in "DXDIAG" here are the step to check it:
1. Click "Start"
2. Click "Run" and then type this dxdiag and then ok. now you should be on Direct X Diagnostic Tools box
3. There are five tabs there choose "Display" now you can view your video card installed in your pc!!
Hope my soltion help you!! Thanks!!

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