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Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by vinibali, Nov 19, 2012.

  1. vinibali New Member

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    dear Devs,
    i use GPU-Z many years ago, but the last times i going to be useless. i dont really know, is there anyone who cares about the bugs??? :slap:
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    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    Your GPU is integrated with the CPU, so there is no bus to transfer data on, so "N/A" was chosen to more correctly represent that fact.

    15°C was an incorrect reading, -49°C is incorrect too. AMD's temperature sensors are simply a pain to work with.

    I'll look into the memory size number.
     
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    For free software you could be a little more pleasant with your criticism. :shadedshu
     
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    yes its integrated,but the Fusion Bus is still existing and temp was displayes correctly previously.
    I dont wanted to hurt any of the Dev(s) and im glad to your answer :)
     
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    there is no fusion bus, back in the day i just put "Fusion" there, because it shows "PCI" (not PCI-Express) otherwise
     
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    found the problem. please check if the attached build works better
     

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    It must have some sort of bus, though? A data bus and address bus are essential to any processor.
     
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    Where?

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    I know he lives in Germany but the man must be German. Only a German has that level of efficiency. :laugh:
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Because they aren't really "buses" in the traditional sense? They are direct links to on-chip memory. The diagram is posted shows this as "channel", as far as I understand, so personally, I didn't think it actually had a name.

    And it's not one way or another..it's both. :p FCL for cache hits, RMB for system-memory access.
     
  14. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    He could put "on the freaking CPU die" so the silly people calm down.
     
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    Yeah, they're tightly integrated between the CPU and GPU parts of the chip hence "Fusion" and are likely to be physically very short too, but they're still there. That's all I'm saying. How else could the GPU push data and address memory?
     
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    W1zz is correct in using N/A or even "None" as there is no bus interface.
     
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    There is definitely an interface with a well defined protocol. The CPU and GPU cores are simply tightly integrated, hence the name "Fusion" - AMD even named them as I pointed out above.

    My point might seem pedantic* but it's good practice to call things by their proper names, especially in a utility that is distributed widely. The fact it isn't is what caused the OP to feel confused about it in the first place. He would not have been with the correct names.

    *and it probably is. :laugh:
     
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    you might have a point, but users expect to see "PCI-Express" "AGP" "PCI" in GPU-Z, not some mumbo jumbo term, that may or may not exist as documented.

    Since the GPU is integrated in the CPU, GPU-Z makes the simplification to says there is no bus interface. wontfix
     
  19. vinibali New Member

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    and if i have only 5 post, what it means?
     
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    That's what I thought, but didn't wanna put words in your mouth. FCL or RMB will not give users an useful info, since Google searches turn up NODDA on those two.

    it means nothing, other than that W1zz will help out no matter who ya are, if he can. try getting that from a big company.
     
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    It means that he is dedicated. It was nothing against you, and I hope that you enjoy TPU :D
     
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    lol ... you crack me up, Q. :)
    You know darn well that the "bus interface" on GPU-Z has historically meant "where type of external bus does the GC plug in to", and in this case ... none.

    Anyway, W1zz will make the call as it's his program. I vote for "Internal" or "Integrated"
     
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    I vote for a very cunfusing, obscure error number not found in any documentation.
     
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  25. vinibali New Member

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    no, im hungarian. there was just some bugs, i dont think its gonna be german precision. i think thats why this program has a forum.
     

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