GPU Driver Check

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This article demonstrates how to check the GPU driver version installed on your PC. Select your GPU:

Intel (Windows)

Use Intel Driver & Support assistant to automatically detect your driver version or follow the instructions below to find it manually.


  1. Start > Control Panel
  2. Select Device Manager from the list (switch View by to Small Icons if needed)
  3. Expand the Display Adapter section and Right-click > Properties on your Intel® Display Adapter
  4. Navigate to the Driver tab and note the Driver Version presented

Intel (Ubuntu)

Separately check OpenCL and OpenGL driver versions.

NVIDIA (Windows)

Use NVIDIA Smart Scan to automatically detect your driver version or follow the instructions below to find it manually.

  1. Open NVIDIA Control Panel (Desktop > Right click).
  2. Click System Information (bottom-left corner).
  3. Note the Driver version in the Details section.

NVIDIA (Ubuntu)

Open a terminal window by pressing Ctrl + Alt + T keys on the keyboard, then execute the following command:

nvidia-smi

This will print the Driver version.

AMD (Windows)

Use AMD Driver Auto-detect tool to automatically detect your driver version or follow the instructions below to find it manually.

  1. Open AMD Radeon Settings (Desktop > Right click).
  2. Click on System to access the system overview, software and hardware details.
  3. Select the Software tab for detailed information about the installed graphics driver. Note the Driver Packaging Version.

AMD (Ubuntu)

Separately check OpenCL and OpenGL driver versions.