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Wrong display on memory type

Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by treoman, Jul 12, 2009.

  1. treoman New Member

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    Hi
    I find that the memory type is wrong with my NVIDIA graphic card.
    It should be 9500GT DDR3. (not GDDR3)
    It will show DDR2 instead of DDR3. I have checked with NVIDIA's engineer.
    They told that developer need to update the header files from NVIDIA.
    Anyone can help on this?
    Thanks!
  2. KainXS

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    well maybe you bought a 9500gt that has ddr2, what is the memory clock on the card
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    whats the markings on the memory chips? as far as i know all ddr3 technology memory on graphics card is gddr3
  4. treoman New Member

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    It is new. The memory clock is 800Mhz and the memory part no. is Hynix H5TQ1G63BFR-12C.
    According to NVIDIA engineer, this DDR3 memory is used on system memory modules.
    But now, it change to use on graphic cards.
    Moreover, they told that the old header files only contain SDR, DDR, DDR2 and GDDR3 but no DDR3. So, it will display DDR2 accordingly.
    Therefore, update to new header files are needed to solve this issue.
    Please help!
  5. treoman New Member

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    Moreover, I heard from the engineer that it will have more and more graphic board will change to use DDR3 design. It is because of the cost to performance.
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    im sceptical ive never heard of any change in graphics memory
    im waiting for more information
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  8. W1zzard

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    that looks like non-g ddr3 indeed. can you submit a validation and post your id so i can take a closer look?

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