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GPU-Z 2.2 bugs


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kk thanks hmmm thats intresting its almost like the file that its dependent on is getting toasted from the temp folder
not loading correctly
trying to load the wrong path
or simply not their

i wish it said exactly which one but im sure this will help wizz thanks man.


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-If there is no internet connetciton it takes too long to detect that.
-GIGABYTE GA-P35-DS3 does not have PCIEx 2.0 interface but GPU-Z reports as 2.0
(Interesting that Everest also reports as 2.0 in one part, but in another it says 1.0)
-It shows PCB temperature as 190 C . You know what happens at that degree :)

BTW What happened to that monitor brand/model reporting on old versions.

Thanks for your hard work.
x16 2.0 @ x16 means card supports 2.0 and mobo not 2.0, so its not running in 2.0