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No Vdcc (Gpu Voltage) For Non-Ref Hd 6950

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Hi,

I have a non-ref HD 6950 and AIDA64 doesn't display the GPU voltage value. GPU-Z has it but not AIDA64, is there any reason to it?

Also, adding GPU memory usage would be neat.

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1) Please right-click on the bottom status bar of AIDA64 main window --> Video Debug --> ATI GPU Registers. Copy-paste the full results into this topic.

2) Then right-click on the bottom status bar of AIDA64 main window --> Video Debug --> ATI SMBus Dump. Copy-paste the full results into this topic.

Thanks,

Fiery

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------[ AIDA64 v1.85.1661 Beta ]------

------[ Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 6.1.7601 (64-bit) ]------

------[ Video Adapters ]------

AMD Radeon HD 6950 [1002-6719 / 1787-2307]

------[ Video Driver ]------

aticfx64||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx64||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx64||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx32||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx32||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx32||8.17.10.1099|||atiumd64||7.14.10.0867|||atidxx64||8.17.10.0395|||atidxx64||8.17.10.0395|||atiumdag||7.14.10.0867 - ATI Catalyst 11.10|||atidxx32||8.17.10.0395|||atidxx32||8.17.10.0395|||atiumdva||8.14.10.0330|||atiumd6a||8.14.10.0330|||atitmm64||6.14.11.23

aticfx64||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx64||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx64||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx32||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx32||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx32||8.17.10.1099|||atiumd64||7.14.10.0867|||atidxx64||8.17.10.0395|||atidxx64||8.17.10.0395|||atiumdag||7.14.10.0867 - ATI Catalyst 11.10|||atidxx32||8.17.10.0395|||atidxx32||8.17.10.0395|||atiumdva||8.14.10.0330|||atiumd6a||8.14.10.0330|||atitmm64||6.14.11.23

aticfx64||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx64||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx64||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx32||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx32||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx32||8.17.10.1099|||atiumd64||7.14.10.0867|||atidxx64||8.17.10.0395|||atidxx64||8.17.10.0395|||atiumdag||7.14.10.0867 - ATI Catalyst 11.10|||atidxx32||8.17.10.0395|||atidxx32||8.17.10.0395|||atiumdva||8.14.10.0330|||atiumd6a||8.14.10.0330|||atitmm64||6.14.11.23

aticfx64||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx64||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx64||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx32||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx32||8.17.10.1099|||aticfx32||8.17.10.1099|||atiumd64||7.14.10.0867|||atidxx64||8.17.10.0395|||atidxx64||8.17.10.0395|||atiumdag||7.14.10.0867 - ATI Catalyst 11.10|||atidxx32||8.17.10.0395|||atidxx32||8.17.10.0395|||atiumdva||8.14.10.0330|||atiumd6a||8.14.10.0330|||atitmm64||6.14.11.23

------[ ATI GPU #1 @ mem F8420000 ]------

Video Adapter = AMD Radeon HD 6950

GPU Code Name = Cayman Pro

PCI Device = 1002-6719 / 1787-2307

GPU Clock = 450 MHz

Memory Clock = 1350 MHz

GPU Base Clock = 27000 kHz

Memory Base Clock = 100000 kHz

ati-0600 = 00300000

ati-0604 = 00002002

ati-0608 = 100DE38E

ati-061C = 03001810

ati-0624 = 8C620036

ati-0628 = 0304FFFF

ati-062C = 8C620036

ati-0660 = 01324400

ati-0668 = 00001278

ati-06D0 = 0004A4CB

ati-0710 = 00000010

ati-0730 = 00004A2C

ati-073C = 00000011

ati-0740 = 005901A3

ati-0760 = 000001A2

ati-0764 = 000001A5

ati-0768 = 000001A9

ati-078C = 00000000

ati-1600 = 11030302

ati-2004 = 00003210

ati-2760 = 0000025A

ati-5428 = 00000800

ati-8950 = F008F001

ati-8954 = 00000000

ati-98F0 = 00000001

ati-98F4 = 00000001

ati-98F8 = 12011003

ati-9B7C = 00000000

BIOS PowerPlay State #0:

- Level #0: GPUClock = 800 MHz, MemClock = 1250 MHz (Boot)

- Level #1: GPUClock = 800 MHz, MemClock = 1250 MHz (Boot)

- Level #2: GPUClock = 800 MHz, MemClock = 1250 MHz (Boot)

BIOS PowerPlay State #1:

- Level #0: GPUClock = 250 MHz, MemClock = 150 MHz

- Level #1: GPUClock = 500 MHz, MemClock = 1300 MHz

- Level #2: GPUClock = 850 MHz, MemClock = 1300 MHz

BIOS PowerPlay State #2:

- Level #0: GPUClock = 500 MHz, MemClock = 1300 MHz (UVD)

- Level #1: GPUClock = 500 MHz, MemClock = 1300 MHz (UVD)

- Level #2: GPUClock = 725 MHz, MemClock = 1300 MHz (UVD)

BIOS PowerPlay State #3:

- Level #0: GPUClock = 500 MHz, MemClock = 1300 MHz

- Level #1: GPUClock = 500 MHz, MemClock = 1300 MHz

- Level #2: GPUClock = 725 MHz, MemClock = 1300 MHz

------[ ATIDriver Calls ]------

ATIDriver Performance Switching: Not Supported

ATIDriver MultiVPU: Not Supported

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I can't post the ATI SMBus Dump because executing that causes my monitors to turn off (no signal) and the system stops responding.

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I can't post the ATI SMBus Dump because executing that causes my monitors to turn off (no signal) and the system stops responding.

Thank you. I'm afraid without the SMBus Dump we cannot do more at this time. We'll do more investigations as soon as we can get a non-reference HD6950.

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