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  • SelfMan

    As far as I know, this information is not collected and what I've read, its a bit tricky. Many adapters are integrated and use the on board memory. (most Intel based VGA)

    There are some ways to determine the values usin WMI, but as I wrote, the information is not collected.

    What is the purpose of the grouping you require?

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  • Michael Muni

    I work at schools and they are always getting new programs and software. I need to be able to look at a report that shows the different amounts of graphics memory the schools computers have and how many computers per amount of memory.


    Example: 

    128MB  - 143 computers

    64GB - 54 computers

     

     

    This way I know what programs the school is capable of running as well as the ability to push out the software only to computers capable of running it.

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  • Brigg Angus

    You could try running a script to determine the amount of RAM, but as SelfMan said, there are some difficulties with that. See this thread for more information (and caveats):

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/341243/how-can-i-find-the-amount-of-video-ram-installed-through-a-wmi-call

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