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[GPU-Z Test Build] Better memory usage monitoring?

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This build uses a slightly different way to count the memory usage. Maybe it helps with GPU mining monitoring.

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GPU-Z monitors D3DKMT_QUERYSTATISTICS_SEGMENT_INFORMATION field BytesResident.
This build looks at BytesCommitted.

Not exactly sure what the difference is.
 

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Shows both types of memory as zero in windows 8:
 
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