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fixed: Bay Trail-M active memory channels (Lenovo S20-30)

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1. I have noticed that AIDA64 doesn't show the GPU Load for Bay Trail-M while GPU-Z can show it.

2. I have Lenovo S20-30 (N2830,2GB). AIDA64 reports that the Memory Bus Type is Dual DDR3 but I think it's Single  :unsure:

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1) What GPU-Z shows is not the GPU load, but the Direct3D load.

2) N2830 does support up to 2 memory channels. Do you mean your system utilizes only one memory channel out of the two?

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1) What GPU-Z shows is not the GPU load, but the Direct3D load.

2) N2830 does support up to 2 memory channels. Do you mean your system utilizes only one memory channel out of the two?

 

1. But it also shows activity for other things too like OpenCL, video playback, desktop animations and else  :unsure:

2. No, I guess it has only one 2GB onboard memory. How can I check if it's really dual or single? SPD doesn't report anything too =/

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1) Yes, but it's still not the utilization of the GPU. GPU is a hardware component, and the listed items are software components. AFAIK it's not possible to measure GPU load on Intel GPUs.

2) Are you sure it's only one 2 GB chip soldered to the motherboard of your system? ;) Anyway, it's best to simply run the AIDA64 Cache & Memory Benchmark, and see how the memory can perform. If it can push more than 10667 MB/sec (while running at DDR3-1333 speed grade), then it's definitely using a 2-channel configuration.

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2) Are you sure it's only one 2 GB chip soldered to the motherboard of your system? ;) Anyway, it's best to simply run the AIDA64 Cache & Memory Benchmark, and see how the memory can perform. If it can push more than 10667 MB/sec (while running at DDR3-1333 speed grade), then it's definitely using a 2-channel configuration.

 

No, it doesn't. So it may be Single  :unsure:

Edit: HWiNFO64 reports Dual Channel too =/

 

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