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Different Pixel Fillrate on same notebook models!

Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by ELLE, Jan 7, 2012.

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    Too much tech for me, iam girl remember?
    Can you answer me simple, why on the same notebook with same gpu, such a different fllrate?
    And if your info is correct why on wiki is different?

    P.S-The only thing i understand in your link, is that size of memory can affect the result!
    So is that the reason, cause i have 4gb on my book, and it got 8gb on book with "correct" fillrate according to wiki?
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    What he's trying to say is follow his link to download the latest version of the GPU-Z software as the version you are using is reporting it wrong.

    EDIT: actually after rwading that link its not that after all ;)
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    I use 0.57 from your site, is there any new one?
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    The change was made for Fermi based cards (4 and 5 series) from 0.5.6 to 0.5.7. GPU-Z 0.5.6 calculated pixel fill rate as "ROPs*core clock" (16*675MHz = 10.8 GPixels/s) while 0.5.7 calculates it as "active SMs*core clock*2" (3*675MHz*2 = 4.05 GPixels/s). The GF116 core, which the 555M is based on has 4 SMs (streaming multiprocessors). The 555M has only 3 of these SMs active (no, you cannot enable the fourth).
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