Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by pt, Oct 6, 2007.
Take a peak!
I will try different drivers soon because a few games crash.
Fixed the crash with new drivers!
Yup exactly what the problem was.
detects the HD2900pro just fine, except the shader clocks:
One thing I would like to see is a box for the shader operations per second numbers, as these days that number can be more important than fillrates.
Also, I expect the DirectX version is only supposed to list the capable version of the card, not what is currently installed correct? If it is supposed to show the installed version, than for me it should say 9 as I am only running XP.
Great software, I cant wait till it goes through a few more revisions and becomes as highly recommended as CPU-Z for people looking to see more information about their components.
missing information for FX5200:
should be 4 ROP, 4 pixel, 4 vertex, and 1.0 Gpixel, 1.0 Gtexel, and "default" clock was set by nvidia at 200mz core and 200mhz (400mhz effective) memory, though the card was so cheap they often had varied specs
I dont speak english very well . So a small screenshot will be better than a big discourses :
I'm using Windows XP SP2, latest NVIDIA Drivers (163.71), DirectX 9.0c and of course, a 7600 GT (MSI, fanless, but not with the defaults frequencies (400Mhz for memories, not 700...))
I dont know if there is a shader's clock speed. But i'm sure that DirectX version, Bandwidth and Bus Width are missing. Moreover, GPU is G73, 90 nm as shown below:
My validation link is HERE
PS: Good job for this software guys!
In my GPU works well: http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/25wwg
Asus nvidia go 7700 (Driver 163.74)
Windows Vista Premium 32Bits
GPU-Z.0.0.5 (With administrator privileges)
The aplication don't run, crash.. (Also all previous version)
Are you starting the program using "Run as Administrator" ?
Shader clock isn't well displayed, and monitor isn't detected (Benq FP93GX 19").
So, I see that my 8800GTS 640MB gets all the details filled in. Very cool.
However, I fear that it is basing those numbers off the Core/Mem/Shader clocks it is detecting, as those are incorrect.
That shows I am running 685/1083/1586.
I am actually running 684/1080/1620, as seen here:
Also, still no detection of my displays. They are "Generic" displays in Device Manager, maybe that is why. I will work on fixing that, then report back later.
Thanks, again for the excellent utility, and your effort spent fixing issues that have been found.
I can't get the validation to work, i tried turing off my firewall, Peerguardian, Antivirus, but it still didn't work. here is a picture of GPU-Z after i clicked the submit button:
GPU-Z doesn't detect my Monitor (Samsung SyncMaster 793MG)
P.S. It never worked for me with previous versions
Some wrong info was displaed for my 7900GS
I have a PNY Vertigo 7900 GS
ROPs was listed as 20 according to a couple sources I saw its 16
Pixel Fillrate was listed at 9.0 Gpixels/sec according to PNY its 10.8 GPixels/sec.
-couple minor things-
Shader should say 20 Pixels per clock instead of 20mhz
Vendor was listed as unknown (196e)
Other than that it did an excellent job
Same as Websurfer80.
... and i´m using XP64 too (see SystemSpecs).
yes.. I have UAC disable. everything run as Administrator.
==> Yours is PCI-E (Mine = AGP 8x)
Exact same issue as this guy but with a Sapphire 512mb AGP model.
Despite it's bugs at the moment.
a 7900GS will have 20PP
and all errors as far as die size ect. still exist in gpuz .6
though validation works flawlessly
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