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GPU-Z 0.3.8 - no info about ATI Firepro M7740

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  1. Mitchellboy

    Mitchellboy New Member

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    GPU-Z 0.3.9 - Wrong info about ATI Firepro M7740

    Notebook Dell Precision M6500. Graphics card - ATI Firepro M7740. See attachment.
     

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    try the attached build and report back please
     

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    It works better now, and I tried to get BIOS file through GPUZ, and loaded by RBE, the chip type one showed RV740, the other showed M97.
     

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    i will change the chip name to m97, it is normal that ati cards have no shader clocks, all info looks good
     
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    Do you think I can use the BIOS file to edit in RBE? I saw the notebookcheck and ATI m7740 GPU clock should be 650 and memory clock was 1000, but I only have 832 now.
     
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    Updated!
     

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