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GPU-Z 0.2.7 vs 9800gtx+

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It seems that GPU-Z 0.2.7 cannot read 9800gtx+ correctly ..

Below is result from my Asus 9800GTX+ ..




it reads the Technology = 65nm, also Name= nVidia Geforce 9800gtx

don't know if it is the tool or Asus gives wrong info????
 

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the name is obtained directly from the driver, blame the driver makers for that

when shrinking g92 nvidia forgot to update the revision number, it is still A2 like the 65nm gpus. so far i havent found a way to reliably detect if the gpu is 55nm or 65nm
 
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I see ... thanks for the confirmation. I almost attempt to contact vendor to complain for send "fake" card :D .......

Thanks again.
 

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Here's a Screenshot of my Point of View 9800GTX+ with the new Driver he detects correct that it's a 9800GTX/GTX+ but what's with the Shaders. Have you overclocked sbinh?

 
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I see .. so 177.83 can report card name correctly.
Would that drivers plays well with Folding@home GPU2 client?

Thanks for the info.

P.S: Yup. I overclock the shader alittle bit.
 

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But how can it be, that there is 65nm with 2007 release date? I thought that it must be with 55nm instead of 65nm!!! I have 9800GTX+ Inno3D. Look on my screen
 

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as i said .. gpuz can not tell the difference between g92 55nm and g92 65nm so it will assume the 65 nm variant
 

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remove the cooler and look at the core, if it says B1 or something else with a B it's 55 nm
 

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there is no other way for sure, other than remove the cooler and look at the core