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GPU-Z v0.7.1 Potential Issue

Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by Major_A, May 18, 2013.

  1. Major_A

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    Just ran it and noticed that my HD 3000 is showing support for PhysX and nothing else. Can't be right can it?


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    What OS are you on?
    Is this a desktop PC or a laptop?
    Did older GPU-Z versions behave differently?
    I am not sure if Intel 3000 supports any of these, in fact.
    It clearly does not and can not support CUDA, which is an Nvidia GeForce-only technology.
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    Win 7 x64 Pro SP 1, desktop i7 2600K. I'm not sure what the readings were in the last release. I know what hardware I have so I typically only use GPU-Z for other people's machines. Reason I noticed it was because I was curious about the differences with my GTX 570.
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    0.7.1. can't properly read out vBIOS Files from GK110 cards as well:

    http://abload.de/img/bild2uujke.jpg

    However it worked with an old verison: 0.6.4.

    Would be great to have this fixed in the upcoming version as well.

    If need any dumpfile, please let me know!
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    Problem still persists in v0.7.2. Is this not the correct place to post issues?
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    Yes, seems this is a bug! I enabled my Intel CPU GPU unit in BIOS to test this (usually, I have it disabled) - I have Intel HD4000, and GPU-Z (version 0.7.2) shows the checkboxes as OpenCL unchecked, CUDA unchecked (this is correct), PhysX checked (??), DirectCompute 5.0 unchecked. My OS is Windows 7 64-bit Ultimate SP1. My main card is Nvidia GeForce GTX 670. Exact Intel CPU model in my Specs on the left.
    I believe HD4000 by Intel supports some form of OpenCL.

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    If you have a NVIDIA card with PhysX installed then your system supports PhysX. It's not bound to a specific graphics card

    Did you install the Intel OpenCL drivers?
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    Regarding PhysX - OK, thanks, was not aware of that! :)

    Regarding Open CL drivers - link for that, please?
    You don't mean the Intel OpenCL SDK, right? (I need just a driver, should not need an SDK.)
    I don't see any relevant driver on the web site of my motherboard (ASRock Z68 Pro3).

    NOTE: I did get a driver update from Windows Update for the Intel GPU, but it seems that made no difference for GPU-Z.
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