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[GPU-Z Test Build] Fixed Installer for Winget

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Works! :)

New Beta shows this:
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Old version showed a blank (no version) there.
 
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Confirmed. And second - you fixed the gui scaling problem. Thanks.
4k-175  percent proper scaling.jpg


Picture is a snapshot from 4K with 175 % scaling.
 
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Confirmed. And second - you fixed the gui scaling problem. Thanks.View attachment 209411

Picture is a snapshot from 4K with 175 % scaling.

I am curious, why the 175% scaling?
Is this 4K display too small, or maybe too large?
(i.e. 13"-15", or maybe 30", 40", 50"-plus? :)
 
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No, I use a 27'' high DPI 4K display, therefor windows and all apps can only be used ergonomically with a proper scaling of 150 or 175 %. In the past, GPU-Z failed being properly scaled.

Don't ask me to use a 40'' or even larger display with a pc. Because all modern smartphones are using even higher dpi displays without be questioned by users. High DPI displays have a major advantage: Antialiasing becomes more and more insignificant with higher DPIs. But we have to rely on proper scaling. That is part of the future. Functional scaling.
 
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Thanks! :) I am asking, because I have a 27" AOC 4K display too, and I don't think I used 175% scaling on that. :)
Maybe it also depends on the distance to the display.

(Currently, damn thing broke a few months ago so will need a warranty replacement, but I am putting that off as was busy with other things..
It has a long 3-year warranty anyway. :) )

Agreed, 30" or 40" display is too much for a PC, IMHO.
But there is a way to get more desktop/screen space - use a multi-monitor config. :)

My standard setup here - currently slightly lessened (see above why) -- was a 3 x 27" display combo. :)
Worked great - I mostly use the middle display - the 4K one, on the right I had a Lenovo 1440p used for things I need to look at occasionally, and on the left there is a LG 27" display/TV combo, used mostly for YouTube and offline movies for my 5-year old daughter here. :)
Yes, I know this is a bit of Frankenstein setup -- all displays are 27", but resolutions differ - 4K, combined with 1440p (WQHD) and 1080p/Full HD on the LG, but it works for me. :)
 
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High DPI displays have a second major advantage: superior in eye-pleasing, eye-friendly sharpness. So overall I love 27'' in 4K. For office and gaming! But that is enough OT. A 3-display setup needs some (extra) space... For my taste, one display is sufficient.
 
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