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AIDA64 does not display my dedicated GPU.

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Hello,

 

I have a laptop with a AMD A8 5557m APU and a dedicated HD 8750M GPU. But Aida64 only shows me the data of the 8550G in the APU, it doesn't identify my dedicated GPU.

 

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Please help... Drivers are 13.12 WHQL.

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1) What's the model of your notebook?

 

2) Please try the following, and see if it helps:

 

- close AIDA64

- start AIDA64

- go to the Display / GPGPU page, click on every OpenCL devices in the list, one after the other

- go to the Display / GPU page

 

Let me know if it makes the HD8750M GPU appear on the Display / GPU page.

 

 

Thanks,

Fiery

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1) What's the model of your notebook?

 

2) Please try the following, and see if it helps:

 

- close AIDA64

- start AIDA64

- go to the Display / GPGPU page, click on every OpenCL devices in the list, one after the other

- go to the Display / GPU page

 

Let me know if it makes the HD8750M GPU appear on the Display / GPU page.

 

 

Thanks,

Fiery

Thank you for your answer.

 

Acer V5 552G.

 

Sadly, it didn't helped, still no 8750m on GPU page even when aida64 is set to high performance in CCC  :( The GPU does show up on the GPGPU page though but I need more informations.

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Thank you.  Does the HD8750M show up on the following pages in AIDA64?

 

- Display / PCI/AGP Video

- Display / Windows Video

- Devices / Windows Devices

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Thank you.  Does the HD8750M show up on the following pages in AIDA64?

 

- Display / PCI/AGP Video

- Display / Windows Video

- Devices / Windows Devices

PCI/AGP Video - No

Windows Video - No

Windows Devies - Yes

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Have you tried running AIDA64 while an application which uses the GPU is open? My Toshiba laptop doesn't show my NVIDIA GPU in AIDA64 unless I open it while the GPU is active, such as in a game or in the NVIDIA Control Panel. Could be the same for AMD.

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Have you tried running AIDA64 while an application which uses the GPU is open? My Toshiba laptop doesn't show my NVIDIA GPU in AIDA64 unless I open it while the GPU is active, such as in a game or in the NVIDIA Control Panel. Could be the same for AMD.

 

Thank you dude that helped  :) Now the GPU is shown by Aida64!

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We've added a new option (Wake GPUs up at AIDA64 startup) to the AIDA64 Preferences / Stability page, in the latest beta version of AIDA64 Extreme available at:

 
 
After upgrading to this new version, make sure to restart Windows to finalize the upgrade.
 

Try to enable that option to make AIDA64 pick up the sleeping HD8750M dGPU.  Let me know how it works.

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I know I'm not the OP but I'll give some feedback anyway. This works fine on my Toshiba Satellite P50t - the Nvidia GPU is always detected now, whether I have a 3D application open or not.

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I know I'm not the OP but I'll give some feedback anyway. This works fine on my Toshiba Satellite P50t - the Nvidia GPU is always detected now, whether I have a 3D application open or not.

 

Thank you for the feedback, it sounds great!

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