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Friday, April 27th 2012, 5:16pm

NVIDIA Inspector

Jeder nutzt es und jeder mag es, gemeint ist das Nvidia Tool Nvidia Inspector, hier ist die aktuellste Version und der passende Changelog!

  • - fixed wrong bandwidth calculation for GDDR3
  • - added invalid bios detection
  • - added some vendorids
  • - finally fixed trilinear optimization setting 1 = off / 0 = on
  • - changed prerenderlimit setting for 0 (is now app controlled since 300.xx)
  • - minor changes in default value handling
  • - updated some settings constants for 300.xx drivers
  • - added CLI param "-restartDisplayDriver" (Vista/Win7 only)

  • - added memory bandwidth calculation to memory buswidth display
  • - fixed baseclock range out of bounds in some cases
  • - workaround for strange vcore offset on negative base clock offset
  • - replaced mem usage display by pci-e interface info on main gui
  • - added max boost clock estimation

!!!Nutzung auf eigen Gefahr!!!


This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "Lord_Darkstar" (Apr 27th 2012, 5:16pm)

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