Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by W1zzard, Aug 28, 2008.
There you go
Seems to be working for me
Variants use the same chip sometimes.
Yes there is multi-head support.
here you go
Detects my main monitor just fine but only detects my 2nd display if I set my desktop to clone mode. Using extended mode it only detects the first monitor. Im using vista x86 sp1.
This is setup for clone mode.
This is extended mode.
doesn't quite get it on my hyundai monitor....but its a hyundai watcha expect?
Does Gpu-Z also read from drivers cause I installed the E-700S drivers.
It couldn't get the max res too.
Not a biggie though not many use CRT's though.
Works just fine on my Samsung 225BW ....
Works great on my GF's computer. The Monitor is an Acer and I don't think it says it is in the Screenshot. It got the model number right though. I figure the brand name isn't in the device ID.
Looking good to me!
Works Latitude D630 in its dock
Primary display is a Samsung 19" LCD and the secondary is the laptop's display
Detected both correctly and in the right order to the way its set!
I'll try this when I get home from work. W1zzard, thank you for another useful tool! You are a Gen1us.
Works great on my work computer
EDIT: Also works great on my home computer
Doesn't grab my secondary monitor Samson 204B
Works ... but my Screen is an 16:10 an 22" ??
It doesn't work:
Perhaps it's related to Windows Vista SP1 and my Chrome 430GT:
I have a MultiMonitor-Switch from Digitus which doesn't seem to be the guilty part since everything works fine on the second connected PC with Windows XP SP3 and Radeon 3450:
I need the new GPU-Z so I'll happily give this a shot.
UPDATE: Works wonderfully for me.
working fine here(for some of you wondering i took out the 8800GT for now)
Is the monitor info going to become a standard feature of GPU-Z, and if so, when can we expect to see an update that fixes the bugs some of us have experienced?
Thanks, and keep up the good work!
Works for both of mine
Works fine here
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