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GPU-Z v0.1.3 ONLY - BUGS ONLY

Turrican

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hi guys

small prob with my geforce 7300gs here.
the "memory clock" is false, it's 405mhz not 810mhz.

 
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#27
6480MB/s is correct, cpu-z bandwidth is off a bit:
buswidth in bytes * effective datarate = bandwidth
(64/8) * 810 = 6480

810 might indicate the effective datarate ie. 405 DDR (double data rate) or you got a real good oc going on the mem ;)
 

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yeah, i know that 6480mb/s is the right one, but the default and the clocks "above" should be the same, as the video card isn't overclocked ;)
 

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Gdiplus.dll Error Solved

After some more days testing different computers, I enter in MS database, and found quite references to this error, but with other causes.

So I downloaded gdiplus_dnld.exe, copied it in the same folder of the program (or in %SystemRoot%\system32), and problem solved.

I think you should test more new versions for detect this kind of issues; I know we left few ones with Windows 2000, but you say this application is compatible, but this DLL is not included by default in the Windows 2000 instalation.

Anyway, thanks for this excellent tool/utility.
 
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problems with GPU clock

Hello. I'm new here. I have some trouble with GPU-Z 0.1.3. version. When I raise GPU clock, it's all OK, but when I'm rising memory clock GPU-Z is shownig default value for GPU (500MHz) although GPU clock is 554MHz! Even if I rise memory clock for one step (7MHz) error ocures. 3DMark shows values OK. How to fix that?
 

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