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GPU Bus Type in Shared Memory has only text value (as: "PCI-E 3.0x16 @ 1.1x16"), so it`s impossible use in graphs, sheets, SensorPanel bars...

Value as "1.1" and other must be digital: 1, 2, 3... as multiplier CPU

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If anyone wants to know at what point his motherboard switches PCI-E mode... I would like to use SGPU1BUSTYP in RivaTuner schedule, but nothing happened.

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If anyone wants to know at what point his motherboard switches PCI-E mode... I would like to use SGPU1BUSTYP in RivaTuner schedule, but nothing happened.

We've tested it with RTSS, and GPU Bus Type appeared on the OSD properly. Can you have other values displayed properly, or no AIDA64 values appear on the Rivatuner OSD?

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Yes, I know. GPU Bus Type appears on the OSD with RTSS fine! But I don`t use AIDA64->RTSS->OSD directly, because it has not friendly view during games (no own groups, no own changes labels, etc. -> result: too much place for OSD). So I use AIDA64-> RT graphs ->RTSS->OSD, where can I change values view for OSD as I want ... and saving graphs for far "researches" ;) But in this case, I have NA in OSD
 

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The problem with putting GPU Bus Type to a graph or just display it as a single value is that it is simply not possible :) Since GPU Bus Type holds up to 5 information bits in a single string: bus type (e.g. PCI Express), supported PCIe generation (speed), supported PCIe link width, current PCIe generation, current PCIe link width.

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