Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by mankind, Dec 18, 2009.
Is this a bug? As the hotfix drivers say
Did you download the ATi Stream SDK? http://developer.amd.com/gpu/ATIStreamSDK/Pages/default.aspx
it's a bug in gpu-z. the attached build should work
Nah, still not working.
I have the ATI Stream SDK v2.0 installed and the hotfix 8.12's.
Thanks, that finally shows OpenCL support for my 4870. (ATI Stream SDK v2.0, 9.12 drivers, 9.12 hotfix.)
The 9.12 drivers indicate that DirectCompute should be supported on this hardware now but there is no tick in the DirectCompute box. Hopefully just another small bug that can be corrected.
Why leave the HD3xxx out, I wonder.
Odd, Direct compute here is ticked, but not Open CL........
GPU caps viewer indicates Open CL is present
i dont think i installed opencl correctly it shows my processor as the opencl device not my GPU
Where are you seeing that information?
In Processor Caps but im pretty sure its because i remoted into my machine from work i will update when im at home tonight.
SDK V1.4 Beta
SDK V2.0 Beta 4
I'm using SDK V2.0 Beta 4, but no tick either
Just use the GPU-Z version Wizzard gave in post #3 and it works. I have both openCL and Direct compute ticked.
No it doesn't
The 9.12 hotfix is not working like it should with my setup. With 2 5970's, only one core out of four clocks up. Three cores never come out of power saving mode 175/300, using GPUCaps to test.
Yea it was me remoting in from work that messed it up...SS time, The GPU-Z that Wiz complied in this thread still does not show opencl.
whats the name of your opencl device ? "ATI Cypress" ?
because that's what GPU-Z is looking for. AMD screwed up big time here.
GPU-Z tries to correlate opencl devices to the devices it found on its own. while nvidia uses what you see in the gpu-z "Name" field, minus "NVIDIA ". ati builds their name by using the codename of the gpu (inconsistently, for example RV770 for R700. yes i know r700 exists only in marketing) and then slaps "ATI " in front of that.
in order to get dx compute on vista you need dx 11 runtimes + driver support
Opencl device is just Cypress
thanks, try the attached build
anyone with 5970, does it show "Cypress" or "Hemlock" as opencl deviec name?
Works good to go now...
Thanks Wiz, now on to GPU Tool support
Win7 64 here, with DX 11 and the latest 9.12 & 9.12 hotfix drivers installed. GPU-Z does not show DirectCompute capability even though the drivers mention it should be supported on my 4870.
How do you install OpenCL? I dont understand these directions.
Install ACML-GPU as follows.
1. Make sure the system has a PCI Express® slot of the correct size and an adequate power supply (see
http://ati.amd.com/products/radeonhd3800/requirements.html or http://ati.amd.com/ products/
radeonhd4800/requirements.html for more information).
2. Install the AMD graphics card by following the manufacturer instructions.
3. Install the ATI Catalyst base drivers.
4. Restart the system.
5. Verify that the base drivers are working correctly.
6. Install the ATI Stream SDK. Run the ATI Stream SDK examples to verify proper operation. This step
is optional since the ATI Stream runtimes are now included in the ATI Catalyst base driver
7. Install ACML-GPU as follows. For the Windows operating system, unzip the compressed archive or
use Windows Explorer to move the library and example files to a working directory. For the Linux
operating system, extract from the .tgz archive to a working directory using tar -zxf
"filename". The performance examples run DGEMM problems as large as 8000×8000. Problems
of this size can require up to 1.3 GB of the available system memory to run. It may be possible to run
the examples in a system with only 2 GB of installed system memory, but 4 GB of installed memory is
recommended. For larger problems, more system memory is required.
The Windows version of ACML-GPU includes a dynamic link library that was built with Microsoft
Visual C++ 2008. This library requires the corresponding runtime library components to be installed. If
these are not already installed on your computer, you can download them directly from Microsoft:
You can also navigate to www.microsoft.com and search for Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable
Mine are reported as Cypress and this GPU-Z build has the OpenCL box ticked.
TheMailMan78, I saw your other thread but I'll answer here. Assuming you already have 9.12's installed, install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable, install the OpenCL v2.0 Beta4 SDK, (http://developer.amd.com/gpu/ATIStreamSDKBetaProgram/Pages/default.aspx) this exe will extract two files, just run them both, reboot and you're done.
But from what you posted above, support is now included in the 9.12 driver package and what I posted above is not needed for OpenCL.
You just download ati-stream-sdk-v2.0-beta4, install that and the new drivers(9.12 hotfix), and thats it. And the new GPU-Z build that Wizzard made.
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