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GPU-Z doesn't read all fields of 9800gtx+

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Here it is,And i also noticed it only says 9800gtx+ not 9800gtx/9800gtx+.And notice the device ID like the drivers.



 

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Well there you go. The shorter version have the new Device ID, so GPU-z can finally tell the difference. The older ones are still 55nm though.
 

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I just wanted to say that, by definition, there are no 65nm 9800GTX+ cards. The "+" means its 55nm. There may be 55nm 9800GTX units (to fill new inventory) but not the reverse.

Also, thanks for .3.1. (works fine under win7 x64 for me)
 

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My ID is the 0612 and nothing is changed, don't know if I want to go and edit bios just for that. And boy is my bios old compared to your cards, 62.92.56.00.06
 
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Software cannot tell the difference between the GTX and GTX+. If you really want to know which you got take the cooler off and look at the die. Blame Nvidia for this, not GPUZ.
 

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0.3.1 notes:

Fixed crash on systems without NVAPI (Win 2K, old NV drivers)
Optimized RV770 BIOS reading code for speed (faster application startup)
Improved voltage reading code for recent ATI cards
Added support for fan speed monitoring on ForceWare 180.xx and up
Added voltage monitoring for NVIDIA (GT200)
Changed reading method for RV770 sensors, fixes race conditions with other software and on-board fan control
NVIDIA 9800 GTX+ listed as 55nm now
Added support for Intel Q43/Q45
Added support for NVIDIA Quadro FX 4700 X2, GTX 295, GTX 285
Added preliminary support for NVIDIA GT212, GT214, GT215, GT216, GT218

:toast:

thats why i posted since its not working ^
 

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#33
The 9800GTX+ with the new device ID will read correctly as 55nm, the old 9800GTX+ still uses the old device ID, and hence GPU-z can not tell the difference between an old 9800GTX+ and an 9800GTX.

If it is marked as a 9800GTX+, you can be sure you have a 55nm GPU. If you don't believe me, take the cooler off and look.
 

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#34
by old gtx+ do you mean the two 6 pin connector one, (im confused cause i just bought this card from newegg so it should have all the new updates....)..

I know i have a GTX+ , so im not really concerned if its 55nm, just wondering why i have a old device id now :)
 

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Yes, the old 9800GTX+ and 9800GTX had the two 6-pin and had the 0612 device ID. The new shorter 9800GTX+ with one 6-pin will have the 0613 device ID.
 

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#36
Hello

I tested a XFX, ZOTAC, Evga 9800GTX+, and with the latest version of gpu-z, it always shows 65nm (A2) except on Evga

XFX => two 6-pin connectors
Zotac => one 8-pin connector
Evga => one 6-pin connector

on die of the XFX it is 92 420 B1 (it's 55nm)

is there something to do to get the right values in gpu-z?

thank you ;)
 
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Sean, I can't believe how ignorant you are. When Nvidia is saying all the 9800GTX+ cards are 55nm, why don't you believe that ? Nvidia released 9800GTX+ 55nm for a reason, which is to counter HD4850's performance with higher clock speeds than 9800GTX 65nm which is possible with only a smaller process.

Also the initial 9800GTX+ 's had the same device ID as the 65nm 9800GTX's. SO GPU-Z cannot differentiate between the two.

When GPU-Z's author is saying GPU-Z will detect a 55nm 9800GTX+ as 65nm 9800GTX, why is that so hard for you to believe ?

I'm going to agree to disagree with you, lets say maybe there are some 9800GTX +'s which are 65nm. Show me a picture or a report of one ?
 

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#38
thank you for your confirmation ;)

having read more than he could have GTX + in 65nm....

I was asking me questions ^^

then one-pin connectors, two-pin, etc... no difference :D

thank you :toast: