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0.2.6 failed to detect 9800GT core...

Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by miniharry, Aug 12, 2008.

  1. miniharry New Member

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    See the screenshot... I was hoping to find out whether it was G92 or G92b from GPU-Z but apparently it couldn't tell much about it...

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    I don't think W1z has worked out a way to detect G92 vs. G92b yet.
     
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    there doesnt seem to be a way. smart nvidia engineers shrinked the gpu but forgot to adjust the revision number
     
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    Is there a spot in the card's BIOS that is changed from the G92 version perhaps? Or is the G92b really a completely drop in replacement that requires no other tweaking of the card to make it work?
     
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    This tool can not verify the old Graphics Card.
    Mine is SiS 650M .....(Laptop Use)
    Please check it ..

    Thanks.....
     
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    I doubt there is a change in the bios, for it might effect the ability to SLI.
     
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    no change in the bios that looks like it is unique to the g92 b
     
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    I removed the fan and confirmed it was an A2 G92 65nm chip...
     

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