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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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    SSD-Z: Information tool for Solid State Drives and other disk devices

    Very nice tool, thanks for this. Tried it on both my SSDs, and here're the results: The Vertex 3 gets detected correctly except for the "Bytes written" value. The Mushkin Europe 2 (was called "IO" in USA) is mostly unknown to SSD-Z. The official product page is long gone but you can still...
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    GPU-Z 0.6.7 incorrectly shows DX11.1 for Kepler

    A friendly reminder to W1zzard: GPU-Z 0.6.8 still identifies my GTX 670 as DX11.1 compliant while the NVCPL as well as dxdiag in Win8 correctly shows D3D Feature Level 11_0.
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    GPU-Z 0.6.7 incorrectly shows DX11.1 for Kepler

    Kepler GPUs don't fully support all features of DX11.1, they should be identified by GPU-Z as 11.0 compatible. http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/Nvidias-Kepler-GPUs-nicht-vollstaendig-zu-DirectX-11-1-kompatibel-1754119.html...
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    GPU-Z 0.6.1 no shader clock with Fermi

    Yup, everything's back to normal, thanks.
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    GPU-Z 0.6.1 no shader clock with Fermi

    Hi Wizzard, after updating to 0.6.1, i noticed that the shader clock display for my GTX 470 is gone, instead the display box only shows an empty boost clock box: Grüße von der Ostsee :)
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    Looking for NVIDIA BIOS Modding Experts

    Hi Wizz, these are great news, Nibitor feels way to clumsy in generell, and especially with Fermi cards. If you have an account in either the 3DCenter.de or HardwareLuxx.de forums, i'd suggest you to contact orbmu2k, he's the author of NVIDIA Inspector and Fermi Bios Editor (FBE), so he has a...
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    TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.3.6 Released

    Thanks for the hint into the right direction, i found the problem by myself: Changing HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced\EnableBalloonTips from 0 to 1 brought the tooltips back. Strange thing as i haven't altered that settings ever before. Nevermind, nice GPU-Z...
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    TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.3.6 Released

    Hi W1zz, i'm having issues with the tooltips. They don't show up at all altough the "Enable Help Tooltips" checkbox is ticked. OS is Win7 x64 with a GTX 285. On my 2nd PC, running Win7 x86 with a Radeon X1900XT, the tooltips do show up with no problem. UAC is disabled on both machines btw...
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    32 bit vs 64 bit: How it relates to video cards

    32bit apps running under a 32bit OS can only use up to 2 GB at all (unstable PAE-Hacks not included). 32bit apps running under a 64bit OS can also only use up to 2 GB at all. 32bit apps running under a 64bit OS can access up to 4 GB if they are flagged with the /LargeAdressAware (LAA for short)...
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    Need testing of new GPU-Z feature: Monitor Info

    Works fine. Display is an EIZO FlexScan S2431W. Would be nice to see the vendor name too.
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