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GPU-Z Translation: English

Discussion in 'GPU-Z Translations' started by W1zzard, Nov 27, 2009.

  1. W1zzard

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    STRINGTABLE 
    BEGIN
        IDS_SENSOR_CORE_CLOCK   "Shows real-time GPU frequency.\n\nOn the sensors page (this value) the current frequency is displayed, on the main tab the 3D performance frequency is displayed."
        IDS_SENSOR_MEMORY_CLOCK "Shows real-time memory frequency.\n\nOn the sensors page (this value) the current frequency is displayed, on the main tab the 3D performance frequency is displayed."
        IDS_SENSOR_SHADER_CLOCK "Shows real-time shader frequency.\n\nOn the sensors page (this value) the current frequency is displayed, on the main tab the 3D performance frequency is displayed."
        IDS_SENSOR_VID_MEM      "Shows GPU current memory usage."
        IDS_SENSOR_ATI_LOAD     "Shows GPU load percentage."
        IDS_SENSOR_S3_TEMP      "Shows GPU Temperature via on-die sensor.\n\nDue to hardware limitation this sensor can not measure temperatures below 41.25°C."
        IDS_SENSOR_FANPCT_VIA_DRIVER 
                                "Show fan speed percent as reported by the graphics driver."
        IDS_SENSOR_NV_LOAD_GPU  "Shows GPU rendering core load percentage."
        IDS_SENSOR_NV_LOAD_MC   "Shows GPU memory controller load percentage."
        IDS_SENSOR_NV_LOAD_VIDEO "Shows GPU video engine load percentage."
        IDS_SENSOR_FANPCT_VIA_LM63 
                                "Shows fan speed percentage as reported by the LM63 sensor chip."
        IDS_SENSOR_FANPCT_VIA_F75373 
                                "Shows fan speed percentage as reported by the F75373 sensor chip."
        IDS_SENSOR_GPUTEMP_VIA_DRIVER 
                                "Shows GPU temperature as reported by the graphics driver."
        IDS_SENSOR_GPUTEMP_VIA_LM63 
                                "Shows GPU temperature as reported by the LM63 sensor chip."
        IDS_SENSOR_GPUTEMP_VIA_F75363 
                                "Shows GPU temperature as reported by the F75363 sensor chip."
        IDS_SENSOR_GPUTEMP_VIA_F75373 
                                "Shows GPU temperature as reported by the F75373 sensor chip."
        IDS_SENSOR_GPUTEMP_VIA_ADT7473 
                                "Shows GPU temperature as reported by the ADT7473 sensor chip."
        IDS_SENSOR_GPUTEMP_VIA_ONDIE "Shows GPU Temperature via on-die sensor. "
        IDS_SENSOR_GPUTEMP_VIA_ONDIE_UNKLOC 
                                "Shows the temperature of a specific section of the GPU-die.\n\nThe exact location is unknown."
        IDS_SENSOR_GPUTEMP_VIA_ONDIE_DISPIO 
                                "Shows the temperature of the display IO section of the GPU-die."
        IDS_SENSOR_GPUTEMP_VIA_ONDIE_MEMIO 
                                "Shows the temperature of the memory IO section of the GPU-die."
        IDS_SENSOR_GPUTEMP_VIA_ONDIE_SHADER 
                                "Shows the temperature of the shader core on the GPU-die."
        IDS_SENSOR_PCBTEMP_VIA_DRIVER 
                                "Shows PCB temperature as reported by the graphics driver."
        IDS_SENSOR_PCBTEMP_VIA_LM63 
                                "Shows the temperature of the LM63 sensor chip case, which can be described as PCB temperature."
        IDS_SENSOR_PCBTEMP_VIA_F75363 
                                "Shows the temperature of the F75363 sensor chip case, which can be described as PCB temperature."
        IDS_SENSOR_PCBTEMP_VIA_F75373 
                                "Shows the temperature of the F75373 sensor chip case, which can be described as PCB temperature."
        IDS_SENSOR_PCBTEMP_VIA_ADT7473 
                                "Shows the temperature of the ADT7473 sensor chip case, which can be described as PCB temperature."
        IDS_SENSOR_FANPCT_VIA_F75363 
                                "Shows fan speed percentage as reported by the F75363 sensor chip."
        IDS_SENSOR_FANPCT_VIA_ADT7473 
                                "Shows fan speed percentage as reported by the ADT7473 sensor chip."
        IDS_SENSOR_FANPCT_VIA_ONDIE 
                                "Shows fan speed percentage as reported by the on-die fan controller."
        IDS_SENSOR_FANRPM_VIA_ADT7473 
                                "Shows fan speed RPM as reported by the ADT7473 sensor chip."
        IDS_SENSOR_FANRPM_VIA_ONDIE 
                                "Shows fan speed RPM as reported by the on-die fan controller."
        IDS_VOLTAGE_VDDC        "Shows the measurement of the GPU voltage VDDC."
        IDS_VOLTAGE_VDDCI       "Shows the measurement of the GPU voltage VDDCI."
        IDS_VOLTAGE_VDDC_OFFSET "Shows the amount that the GPU voltage VDDC has been increased over the default."
        IDS_VOLTAGE_MVDDC       "Shows the measurement of the GPU memory voltage MVDDC."
        IDS_VOLTAGE_MVDDQ       "Shows the measurement of the GPU memory voltage MVDDQ."
        IDS_SENSOR_VDDC         "Shows the measurement of the GPU voltage VDDC."
        IDS_SENSOR_IDDC         "Shows the current consumed at GPU voltage level."
        IDS_SENSOR_VPHASE_TEMP  "Shows the temperature of a voltage regulator phase."
        IDS_SENSOR_IMDDC        "Shows the current consumed at GPU memory voltage level."
        IDS_SENSOR_IDDC_OVP     "Shows the current consumed at GPU voltage level relative to the overvoltage protection limit."
        IDS_SENSOR_IDDCI        "Shows the current consumed at GPU voltage VDDCI level."
    END
    
    STRINGTABLE 
    BEGIN
        IDS_NAME                "Shows the name of the device as seen by the operating system.\n\nIt is defined in the graphics driver, and can be manipulated with. Not a very reliable identification.\n\nIn the system this device is located at:\nBus %d Device %d"
        IDS_GPU                 "Shows the company's internal codename of the GPU."
        IDS_REVISION            "Shows the GPU revision number as defined by its manufacturer.\n\nATI graphics processors do not come with a revision number."
        IDS_TECHNOLOGY          "Shows the structure size of the fabrication technology used for the GPU.\n\nA smaller number typically results in a smaller die size area and reduced heat output."
        IDS_DIESIZE             "Shows the area of the silicon die of the GPU."
        IDS_RELEASEDATE         "Shows the official release date of this graphics card.\n\nIf you know more accurate info for this field, please leave a comment in the GPU-Z support forum."
        IDS_BIOSVER             "Shows the version number of the graphics card BIOS.\n\nThe full revision string is:\n %s"
        IDS_DEVICEID            "Shows the PCI Vendor and Device ID of this device."
        IDS_SVID                "Shows the Subvendor ID of this device.\n\nThe subvendor ID is given out by the PCI-SIG and should uniquely identify a single company.\nHowever, many add-in-board vendors put 0000 in the BIOS, so the card can't be identified any further.\n\nAlso ""ATI AIB"" is an identifier used by both PowerColor and HIS among others.\nIt is also possible for an add-in-board vendor to use a reference BIOS in which case the GPU vendor name will be shown here."
        IDS_ROPS                "Shows the number of Raster Operators in this device.\n\nThe more ROPs a card has the faster it is."
        IDS_INTERFACE           "Shows the system bus interface of the graphics card and its bandwidth configuration.\n\nPower saving features may affect the results displayed.\n\nThe graphics card reports that it supports:\n%s.\n\nIt is currently running at:\n%s."
        IDS_SHADERS             "Shows the number of shader processors in this card, and their type.\n\nMore doesn't necessarily mean better, it depends on the architectures different GPU vendors employ. Between GPUs of the same make and generation, more is better."
        IDS_MEMTYPE             "Shows the type and generation of the graphics card's dedicated memory.\n\nPlease do not confuse with main memory which is installed in your motherboard.\n\nPlease also note the GDDR3 doubles the available bandwidth of previous DDR memory and that GDDR5 doubles the bandwidth of GDDR3 memory again."
        IDS_BUS_WIDTH           "Shows the width of the interface between GPU and graphics memory.\n\nA higher number means better performance, among the same generation of memory."
        IDS_MEM_SIZE            "Shows the total memory size on this graphics device.\n\nPlease note that in any CrossFire, SLI configuration, or a multi-GPU graphics card, each GPU has its own memory, which size is listed here.\n\nThis field does not list the combined memory in a multi-GPU setup."
        IDS_TRANSISTORS         "Shows the number of transistors physically present inside the graphics processor."
        IDS_BANDWIDTH           "Shows the effective memory bandwidth available between GPU and graphics memory."
        IDS_DRIVER_VER          "Shows the version of the currently installed graphics driver and the operating system you are running on."
        IDS_DIRECTX             "Shows the DirectX and Shader Model version supported by this card.\n\nImplementing DirectX however is care of the operating system, Windows XP only supports up to DirectX 9.0c."
        IDS_FILLRATE_PIXEL      "Shows the number of pixels that can be rendered to the screen in one second.\n\n1 GPixel = 1 Billion pixels."
        IDS_FILLRATE_TEXEL      "Shows the number of texels that can be processed in one second.\n\n1 GTexel = 1 Billion texels."
        IDS_CLOCK_GPU           "Shows the currently selected performance GPU clock speed of this device.\n\nPlease note that currently active low power idle clocks may be different, you can watch those on the sensors tab."
        IDS_CLOCK_MEM           "Shows the currently selected performance memory clock speed of this device.\n\nPlease note that currently active low power idle clocks may be different, you can watch those on the sensors tab."
        IDS_CLOCK_SHADER        "Shows the currently selected performance GPU clock speed of this device.\n\nPlease note that currently active low power idle clocks may be different, you can watch those on the sensors tab.\n\nATI cards to not have shader clocks, their shaders operate at core clock."
        IDS_CLOCK_GPU_DEFAULT   "Shows the default GPU clock speed of this device without any overclocking."
        IDS_CLOCK_MEM_DEFAULT   "Shows the default memory clock speed of this device without any overclocking."
        IDS_CLOCK_SHADER_DEFAULT 
                                "Shows the default shader clock speed of this device without any overclocking."
        IDS_MVPU                "Shows whether a multi-GPU technology such as NVIDIA SLI or ATI CrossfireX is enabled or not, and if so, how many GPUs are working together."
        IDS_CUDA_NA             "Shows whether NVIDIA CUDA is available on this adapter."
        IDS_OPENCL_NA           "Shows whether OpenCL is available on this adapter."
        IDS_DXCOMPUTE_NA        "Shows whether DirectX Compute is available on this adapter."
        IDS_PHYSX               "Shows whether NVIDIA PhysX hardware acceleration is available on this system."
        IDS_CUDA_AV             "Shows whether NVIDIA CUDA is available on this adapter.\n\nSupported compute capability: %s."
        IDS_OPENCL_AV           "Shows whether OpenCL is available on this adapter.\n\nSupported version: %s\nSupported Profile: %s"
        IDS_DXCOMPUTE_AV        "Shows whether DirectX Compute is available on this adapter.\n\nSupported shader version: %s"
    END
    
    Suggestions for changes are very welcome.
     
  2. Mussels

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    IDS_DIRECTX "Shows the DirectX and Shader Model version supported by this card.\n\nImplementing DirectX however is care of the operating system, Windows XP only supports up to DirectX 9.0c.


    Suggested change is merely an addition to the end:

    IDS_DIRECTX "Shows the DirectX and Shader Model version supported by this card.\n\nImplementing DirectX however is care of the operating system, Windows XP only supports up to DirectX 9.0c/Shader Model 3.0


    Just makes sense to me, since many people wont know that DX 9.0C = SM 3.0
     
  3. Static~Charge

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    As I was reading the translations, the ghosts of my English teachers showed up (sorry):

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        IDS_SENSOR_CORE_CLOCK   "Shows real-time GPU frequency.\n\nOn the sensors page (this value), the current frequency is displayed; on the main tab, the 3D performance frequency is displayed."
    
        IDS_SENSOR_MEMORY_CLOCK "Shows real-time memory frequency.\n\nOn the sensors page (this value), the current frequency is displayed; on the main tab, the 3D performance frequency is displayed."
    
        IDS_SENSOR_SHADER_CLOCK "Shows real-time shader frequency.\n\nOn the sensors page (this value), the current frequency is displayed; on the main tab, the 3D performance frequency is displayed."
    
        IDS_SENSOR_S3_TEMP      "Shows GPU temperature via on-die sensor.\n\nDue to hardware limitations, this sensor can not measure temperatures below 41.25°C."
    
        IDS_SENSOR_GPUTEMP_VIA_ONDIE "Shows GPU temperature via on-die sensor."
    
        IDS_SENSOR_GPUTEMP_VIA_ONDIE_DISPIO 
                                "Shows the temperature of the display I/O section of the GPU-die."
    
        IDS_SENSOR_GPUTEMP_VIA_ONDIE_MEMIO 
                                "Shows the temperature of the memory I/O section of the GPU-die."
    
        IDS_NAME                "Shows the name of the device as seen by the operating system.\n\nIt is defined in the graphics driver and can be modified. Not a very reliable identification.\n\nIn the system, this device is located at:\nBus %d Device %d"
    
        IDS_RELEASEDATE         "Shows the official release date of this graphics card.\n\nIf you have more accurate info for this field, please leave a comment in the GPU-Z support forum."
    
        IDS_SVID                "Shows the Subvendor ID of this device.\n\nThe subvendor ID is given out by the PCI-SIG and should uniquely identify a single company.\nHowever, many add-in-board vendors put 0000 in the BIOS, so the card can't be identified any further.\n\nAlso, ""ATI AIB"" is an identifier used by both PowerColor and HIS among others.\nIt is also possible for an add-in-board vendor to use a reference BIOS, in which case the GPU vendor name will be shown here."
    
        IDS_ROPS                "Shows the number of Raster Operators in this device.\n\nThe more ROPs a card has, the faster it is."
    
        IDS_INTERFACE           "Shows the system bus interface of the graphics card and its bandwidth configuration.\n\nPower-saving features may affect the results displayed.\n\nThe graphics card reports that it supports:\n%s.\n\nIt is currently running at:\n%s."
    
        IDS_SHADERS             "Shows the number and type of shader processors in this card.\n\nMore doesn't necessarily mean better, it depends on the architectures different GPU vendors employ. Between GPUs of the same make and generation, more is better."
    
        IDS_MEMTYPE             "Shows the type and generation of the graphics card's dedicated memory.\n\nPlease do not confuse with main memory, which is installed on your motherboard.\n\nPlease also note the GDDR3 doubles the available bandwidth of previous DDR memory and that GDDR5 doubles the bandwidth of GDDR3 memory again."
    
        IDS_MEM_SIZE            "Shows the total memory size of this graphics device.\n\nPlease note that in any CrossFire, SLI configuration, or a multi-GPU graphics card, each GPU has its own memory, which is listed here.\n\nThis field does not list the combined memory in a multi-GPU setup."
    
        IDS_DIRECTX             "Shows the DirectX and Shader Model version supported by this card.\n\nImplementing DirectX, however, is the responsibility of the operating system. Windows XP only supports up to DirectX 9.0c/Shader Model 3.0"
    
        IDS_CLOCK_GPU           "Shows the currently selected performance GPU clock speed of this device.\n\nPlease note that currently active low-power idle clocks may be different; you can watch those on the sensors tab."
    
        IDS_CLOCK_MEM           "Shows the currently selected performance memory clock speed of this device.\n\nPlease note that currently active low-power idle clocks may be different; you can watch those on the sensors tab."
    
        IDS_CLOCK_SHADER        "Shows the currently selected performance GPU clock speed of this device.\n\nPlease note that currently active low-power idle clocks may be different; you can watch those on the sensors tab.\n\nATI cards to not have shader clocks; their shaders operate at core clock."
     

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