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

Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by lironezra1986, Dec 31, 2008.

  1. SeanG New Member

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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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    my gtx+ still shows 65 nm in 0.3.1

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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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    thats why i posted since its not working ^
     
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    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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    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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    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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  12. wolf2009 Guest

    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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    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:
     

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