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Hi, I've just started coding some very simple 3D apps. But now i want to know what kind of extensions
and internal features my gpu have.
The laptop is an esprimo mobile v6535. The only thing i know is the chipset familyname:
Mobile Intel® 4 Series Express Chipset Family - and doesnt give me anything.
I think the codename is Cantiga, but i am not 100% sure, i found this txt on my harddrive,
its from 2009, so its a couple of years old.
Is there a benchmark tool out there that can give me some more info?

I've attached a file that shows something that seems to only show what features the opengl api can use,
but how can i find out the same in D3D?

- Thanks

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According to a data sheet found here it has Intel® GMA X4500hd.

Wikipedia says this about that GPU.


[color=#1C2837][size=2]"[font=sans-serif][size=2]X4500 supports DirectX 10 and Shader Model 4.0 features" feature level is correct. The speed may vary.[/font]

Good luck!

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According to a data sheet found here it has Intel® GMA X4500hd.

Wikipedia says this about that GPU.

"[font=sans-serif][size=2]X4500 supports DirectX 10 and Shader Model 4.0 features" feature level is correct. The speed may vary.[/font]

Good luck!



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According to a data sheet found here it has Intel® GMA X4500hd.

Wikipedia says this about that GPU.


[color="#1C2837"]"[font="sans-serif"]X4500 supports DirectX 10 and Shader Model 4.0 features" feature level is correct. The speed may vary.[/font]

Good luck!


Ok cool, thanks.

also, if you or anyone know about any tool like this: http://www.ozone3d.net/gpu_caps_viewer/
for Direct3D, i would be grateful to know.

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