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    GPU-Z 2.13 - Intel HD 620 wrong gpu clock detected

    @W1zzard Sorry for the late answer. Both the 2nd test build and the 2.14 release build do show the correct clock rates (300 mhz idle / 1000 mhz load) in the realtime sensors tab. Thanks for the fixes.
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    GPU-Z 2.13 - Intel HD 620 wrong gpu clock detected

    @W1zzard Thanks for the test build, the clocks on the main page are now correct (realtime sensors still @ 4250 mhz)
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    GPU-Z 2.13 - Intel HD 620 wrong gpu clock detected

    ...and the sensors page does show exactly 1/3 of that register value, no matter if load or idle.
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    GPU-Z 2.13 - Intel HD 620 wrong gpu clock detected

    Nope, only the Intel iGPU, no secondary GPU. Noticed this behaviour for a few weeks now, so the misreading doesn't seem to be related to OS build, driver release or GPU-Z build.
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    GPU-Z 2.13 - Intel HD 620 wrong gpu clock detected

    HP Elitebook 830 G5 - Bios 1.04
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    Save UEFI VBios & DX Support Bugs

    1. When saving the VBios on a GTX 670 with official UEFI support, the file GPU-Z produces is bit-identical to the original file, no problem there. When saving the VBios on a GTX 470 with legacy bios support only, the file GPU-Z produces is bit-identical to the original file, also no problem...
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    Irregular frequency with Windows 10 (bus speed?)

    Hyper-V is known to cause this behaviour.
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    New Ubuntu-Supported Video Driver PPA(currently only Nvidia drivers)

    As was already said, Linux Mint. All three commands in the first post can be done via GUI in Mint.
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    Feature Suggestion: computational power

    Hi W1zzard, Imo GPU-Z is missing an important information nowadays: single precision FLOPS/s. While there's fillrates and bandwidth, GPU-Z provides no information about the computational power. That just came to my mind when i compared a higher-clocked 9600 GT vs a lower-clocked 9800 GT that...
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    GPU-Z and DirectX 12

    Just go with the supported DX level of the hardware, so 12.0 or 12.1, no need for SM. And i also see no need for "OS supported", GPU-Z is about the HW not the SW.
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    v0.8.2 wrong Die Size & Perfcap Reason missing

    Yes, it's fixed now and working fine, thanks for the update. It's like a completly new feature for me as i've never "installed" GPU-Z before, and the differently colored bars for Perfcap Reason are great. :thumbsup:
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    v0.8.2 wrong Die Size & Perfcap Reason missing

    PCGH has measured these chips without heatspreader: G80 (90nm): 486,5 mm² (21,7 mm x 22,42 mm) GT200 (65nm): 606,9 mm² (24,77 mm x 24,5 mm) GT200b (55n): 497,3 mm² (22,3 mm x 22,3 mm)...
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    v0.8.2 wrong Die Size & Perfcap Reason missing

    Hi W1zzard, i've recently bios modded a GTX 285 into a Quadro FX 5800, and noticed there's a difference in reported Die Size: Google gives me results for both sizes, so which one is correct? Second thing is the same problem as in this thread...
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    SSD-Z: Information tool for Solid State Drives and other disk devices

    Missing some information on these SSD:
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