Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by yaji, Dec 19, 2007.
Still shows 12 ROPs on my 7600GT... and it shows too many shader units.
i circled the probs and the correct filrates are on the other SS
no problems with my 7300gt
it seems nvidia cards are having the most problems with gpu-z... interesting.
thats like saying Ati cards seem to be having the most oc'ing issues its completly pointless w1z is working on it and it will get fixed...though i wonder did he fix AtiTool so that HD series cores can be oc'd correctly?
right, i know he's working on it, but for every gpu-z problem with an ati card i've seen like 5 nvidia problems.
not trying to start a flame war, just stating an observation.
GPU-Z detects crossfire as Disabled, but its Enabled in CCC
known vista problem.
yea thats true...wait look its pretty close right now 2NV and 1ati prob
lol, for 0.1.5, i was counting all versions!
Whoa! Quick reply
Any chance of knowing when this problem is solved? I didn't have it in older versions
i know i was being sarcastic
dont trust statistics .. one possible reason could be that more people use nvidia so the problems are detected more often. or the nvidia people are more report-happy and the ati users are lazy? etc etc
hey! i resemble that remark!
Im running vista 64bit buisness edition and I got 2x 3850 in crossfire mode. I know its enabled, fps and all the other goodies prove it. When I load any of the gpu-z's it still shows it as disabled. Is this a bug? they worked fine in windows xp 32bit, just not in vista 64bit. Funny thing is I couldnt get crossfire to work in xp but gpu-z said it was enabled.
On WinXP SP2:
I have: Palit Radeon x1550 Sonic (256mb ddr3 [600/1000])
New Version Shows that it is a HIS card.
Also i'm not able to save the bios file.
I have the same problem, I can't save the Bios file...
I have the same problem with my 1950gt
865g chipset is showing DDR2 memory.
and you have ddr1 ?
yes it max is ddr400
Screenshot of the i865 bug
i865 will correctly report DDR in next version
bios extraction on r4xx and similar fixed too
Are you sure? I can save the BIOS file with AtiTool, but with GPU-Z I couldn't
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