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Multiple Video card detection

Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by Thendral, Mar 4, 2013.

  1. Thendral New Member

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    Hello ,

    I am using GPUZ in shared memeory c# code to calculate the GPU of a video card.

    Can i know how can i use the same c# code to calculate the GPU of 2 graphic cards in the same machine.Can i get all the values of the both Video card in a bunch of same array or should i do any changes in the GPU Z GUI ,so that I can get the values of both the video cards.

    Thanks in advance
    :):)
  2. MT Alex

    MT Alex

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    Just open another instance of gpu-z and select the other card in the tab.
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    How to select the other card from the tab

    Hello ,

    I have opened the two instances of GPUZ .But I need to know how to open or call the other video card progrmatically.
    could u pls help me briefly.

    Thanx in advance
  4. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    There is only one shared memory, which supports only one card. Not even sure if the shmem updates when selecting a different card in the dropdown (i was thinking maybe you could findwindow gpuz, find the combobox and change the selection index)

    Does the -dump feature work for your application (saves everything as XML and quits)
    There is also a -card parameter to change the card index, unfortunately there is no way for GPU-Z to tell you how many cards are installed.

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