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Is there any way of identifying a noname video card???

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Spiker, Jan 23, 2005.

  1. Spiker New Member

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    I have an Ati radeon 9550 250@425 GPU 200@230 Mem, samsung 5ns. It just has some numbers
    AGP-9550-TD1V-128D
     
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    Try a Program like Everest from Lavalys or SISSoft SANDRA as they read device IDS
     
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    I've tried Everest and Sandra both, but there is no Device manufacturer for my device :(
     
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    well I suppose the other thing you could try is see what the Vendor ID is in the Catalyst control panel under Option in CP or Help in the CCC then check it at the ATI site you can then look here
     
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    i've downloaded ATI Adapter Information Tool, and it says Not-Ati Graphics Adapter.
    My vendor ID is 1002, and the Subsystem vendor ID is 1787
     
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    I found the the ID on the site I linked for you. According to that ID its an Excalibur
     
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    thanks a lot
     
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