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I dont know what Gpu i have (Laptop)

So.... first time owning a laptop, im a desktop guy, i have 2 6850 in crossfire with a phenom x6 in my desktop. But i needed a laptop for college, so i bought one with a dedicated video card for some light gaming.

Now.. , The box says it has a 7570m 512mb. But when i go the Screen Adapters i see this:

AMD RADEON HD 7570m/HD 7670m Graphics.

So.... whats my video card? do i need to download a driver or im just using the universal driver for 7570m to 7670m.
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  1. download this program
    uplaod an image of the graphic tab
  2. The laptop manufacturer tells you what driver you need on his support page.
  3. sorry for the mistake
    here is the program link
    http://www.softpedia.com/dyn-postdownload.php?p=6980&t=0&i=1

    uplaod an image of the graphic tab
  4. This is better on knowing your graphic adapter. GPU-Z
  5. Gpu-z Dont Open i just get to the Techpower screen.

    Cpuz says only Intel Hd 3000. wont let me change options.
  6. Click start, run , dxdiag
  7. Best answer
    chulex67 said:
    The box says it has a 7570m 512mb.


    Then your laptop has a 7570m with 512mb of RAM.

    /Thread.
  8. okey thx, I was just wondering why it said

    AMD RADEON HD 7570m/HD 7670m Graphics.


    I guess they are using the Same Driver from 7570m to 7670m because its the same chip at different clock speed. Well Thx guys
  9. Best answer selected by chulex67.
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