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Mark asks…

How do i check my graphics card on a windows 7?

Im a PC Gamer on my Windows 7 and i want to check my graphics card to see if its good or not.
So if anyone could tell me step by step instructions on how to see the type of your graphics card on W7, could they please tell me. Thanks

scottparat answers:

Hi mate
cpu-z is for checking the cpu/processor however theres a simiar tool called “gpu-z” which can be downloaded from http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/SysInfo/GPU-Z/………this utility does not need to be installed… You simply run it from the file and agree with the uac(user account control) and a small window will appear with all the specs regarding to your card
these include default core and memory clock speeds and also overclocked core and memory clock speeds(were applicable) .theres also memory bandwidth,memory interface,driver,direct x and open gl versions…. And other specs like gpu name( e.g G92)
allthough this is great for looking at the specifications of your card i think you may want to compare your card against others and theres a excellent website called “gpu review” at http://www.gpureview.com/ ……this has a endless supply of information and data on all the latest and previous graphic cards
and theres a comparison page at http://www.gpureview.com/show_cards.php ……were you simply use the drop down box to select your card and then the second drop down box to select a card to compare it to….. Then at the bottom theres links to reviews and comments….
Also if you look between the two sets of specs theres a tool for working out overclocked speeds and specs…. Handy to work out memory clock speeds and bandwidth before overclocking your card
i would try gpu review…. Once you have checked out the website you will probally put it in your favourites……… I did !
I hope this helps,however any problems let me know
good luck mate !

Lizzie asks…

How can I turn a graph in Microsoft word 2007 into a jpeg image to be loaded onto a website?

I have a statistical graph in Microsoft word and need to upload it onto our website.

Our cms ( square space) only accepts this as a jpeg file. Is there a tool on Microsoft word2007 that will allow us to turn this into a jpeg file?

Or is there a software online I could use for this?

scottparat answers:

Easy, copy the graph into a graphics editing program like paint and save it as an image file or you could take a screen shot of the area and save it as an image file.
The other way is to copy it to PowerPoint, right click on the image and click on “save as image” then save it as the type you want.

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