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Incorrect Window Display Size?

Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by Bonsitm, Mar 11, 2012.

  1. Bonsitm New Member

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    Hi all,

    I have done a precursory search of this forum as well as relevant terms on Google, and I've found two issues I hope you can help me with.

    The first is that in version 0.5.6, both the Pixel and Texel Fillrates are the exact same. I believe that the pixel fillrate should be lower then this, so one meter is possibly mimicking the other. To try and solve this problem I updated to the latest version, 0.5.9.

    This brings us to the second issue. It appears that while the first issue is resolved (insofar as it is not the same as the other meter) I cannot see the other meter as the fields exceed the size of the window! Also, the actual window itself is non-resizeable.

    I may be being stupid but any help with these two issues would be highly recommended.

    First Issue image: http://i.imgur.com/Viv2f.gif
    Second Issue image: http://i.imgur.com/UJxtB.png

    Thanks in advance
     
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    do u run higher than 100dpi or 100% in ur Windows?

    bcs ino that some programs don't look good in 125%.
     
  3. Bonsitm New Member

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    Not that I am aware. The display is 1080 native (It's a Dell XPS 17 l702x) and that's the resolution I am using.
     
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    i run 1080p myself with a Philips 221EL monitor no problem for me so this is the first think i through about.

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    I will investigate this text size accessibility options when I go home, good idea. Thanks.
     
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    ur welcome, i hope this is the problem than it will be an easy fix ^^
     
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    Unfortunately this does not appear to fix the problem. Anyone have any other suggestions?
     

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