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[GPU-Z Test Build] Memory module vendor detection

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This build adds an additional field after memory type, which shows the vendor of the VRAM chips installed on the graphics card.

It should work on all somewhat recent discrete NVIDIA and ATI/AMD cards (no support for integrated graphics).



Please test and feedback
 

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Interesting. Is it possible to add more detailed detection by chance? Like, specific chips.
 

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Interesting. Is it possible to add more detailed detection by chance? Like, specific chips.
Not unless I know how to do it for NVIDIA. For AMD, use the ASUS MemoryInfo tool that I added to the downloads section a few days ago.
 
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That's exactly what I mean :) I am not too fond of using ton of programs when there is theoretical possibility to have just one.

Anyway, it works. For my 5850 it shows Samsung GDDR5, and DDR3 for Intel HD graphics.
 
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Correctly detected Samsung GDDR5 on my GTX 770 :toast:
 
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Looks good:

gpu-z_test_build_.jpg
 
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Hi. Works fine on my Sapphire HD7970 Vapor-X GE 3GB saying that it has Hynix memory installed :)
 
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7970
hd7970.jpg


4850 :D
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pc is in use so i cant disassemble card to check ram atm.
 
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Nifty, great idea W1zz thanks. This will be useful because I forgot to look at which chips my card uses :oops:
 
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Works?, though i never looked at the chips :p
 
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570m lists hynix
 
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I don't know if it's a bug but it still gives the incorrect pixel fillrate. It says 11.7 GPixels/sec when it should say (837Mhzx32 ROPS)
26.8 GPixels/sec. Yes, the vRAM itendifier works well (1024MB GDDR5 Samsung). Good job.
 
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