Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by Alfren, Jul 21, 2010.
how can this possible? is it GPU-Z error?
whats wrong ?
edit: ah, saw your other thread.. SDR is certainly a GPU-Z bug
The ram type is incorrectly reported as SDR, it should be GDDR3, also this chip has 8 ROPS (incorectly reported as 16) according to all the sources I can find.
I also have a HP laptop with a 5650 and will post a screenshot shortly.
HP Pavilion DV6-3030TX
ah the problem is that it can't access the bios, so it tries to read the memory type via a register which seems not used on that gpu anymore
can you check in catalyst control center what it reports for memory type ?
shows DDR3, also those clocks are my own overclock, trying to push past Afterburners limits of 715mhz on the core now.
can you check if the attached build returns the correct memory type ?
Still unchanged W1z, ROPS too.
which driver are you running? can you install catalyst 10.6 ?
unfortunately the 5650 in my particular model is locked to only accept HP signed drivers no go on 10.6 unless you have some sorcery up your sleeves.
EDIT: how about I actually answer your question too
driver build = 8.692.1-100122a-095235C-HP
Actually you can install new driver..
You can download it from here.. https://a248.e.akamai.net/f/674/920...mobile/10-6_mobility_vista_win7_64_dd_ccc.exe
But anyway.. nothing will change.. Gpu z shows memory type still as SRD on my 3031ET
Fantastic! cheers man worked a treat, 10.6 running perfect, however still shows 16 ROPS and SDR.
just thought I'd resurface this thread to say with new GPU-z the card still reads as 16 rops instead of 8 and SDR instead of DDR3, which also accounts for incorrect pixel fillrate and memory bandwidth.
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