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incorrect count in GPU-Z for Intel UHD graphics 12th gen 64EU - ROPs/TMUs value?

Recently I bought new Asus laptop core i3-1215U with intel UHD graphics 64EU (Alder lake). I see on literary every website I could find that specs for this iGPU are TMUs 32 / ROPs 16, but the GPU-Z reads only half of that number (TMU 16, ROP 8). Is the gpu-z showing the wrong values?

 

How can I measure max value in real-time of texture fill-rate and pixel fill-rate, maybe that is how I could confirm the right number, is there any app that can run this?
 

 

 

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DDU and clean driver install if you haven't. Also test different software like HWInfo to make sure it's not a gpu-z bug when reading the gpu data or something.

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PS: I have the latest drivers from intel official site

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13 minutes ago, rippy4500 said:

DDU and clean driver install if you haven't. Also test different software like HWInfo to make sure it's not a gpu-z bug when reading the gpu data or something.

I already checked, HWinfo doesn't show TMUs and ROPs for my iGPU, maybe this is the problem with integrated gpu's

 

PS: I have the latest drivers from intel official site

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Just now, blaze35 said:

I already checked, HWinfo doesn't show TMUs and ROPs for my iGPU, maybe this is the problem with integrated gpu's

Check bios settings maybe, make sure there is no weird power saving settings or limiters related to the iGPU enabled.

5 minutes ago, blaze35 said:

PS: I have the latest drivers from intel official site

Did you use DDU though? It's very important to clean out old driver data because some stuff can stay even after a "clean" driver install and cause problems.

PC Specifications: Intel i9-14900KF, 5.7GHz all core locked, 5GHz ring, 1.35v Medium LLC, E-cores and HT disabled | MSI RTX 4090 Gaming X Trio | Arctic Liquid Freezer II 360 + Thermal Grizzly contact frame | 2x16 G.Skill Trident Z5 7400MHz 34-44-44-34 1T 1.45v (Maxed Subtimings, 52ns latency) | Gigabyte Z790 AORUS Elite AX | Windows 10/11 EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 T2 Phanteks P400A (Black non-rgb version, Phanteks T30 fans 3 intake (On AIO), 1 exhaust) | SK Hynix Platinum P41 2TB PCIe 4 SSD

 

Displays: MSI MAG 271QPX 1440p 360Hz 27" QD-OLED

 

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Try hwinfo. If you are seeing proper values there, report it to gpuz developers.

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20 hours ago, Levent said:

Try hwinfo. If you are seeing proper values there, report it to gpuz developers.

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read the earlier comment. I checked on HWinfo but doesn't show TMU and ROP for this igpu. It is lack of info for integrated graphics, so maybe can't be detected like with any dedicated  gpu

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21 hours ago, rippy4500 said:

Check bios settings maybe, make sure there is no weird power saving settings or limiters related to the iGPU enabled.

Did you use DDU though? It's very important to clean out old driver data because some stuff can stay even after a "clean" driver install and cause problems.

there is an option within intel drivers setup to perform clean install, so I checked that one, so it must be clean...

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