Author Topic: The information on Tiger Lake platform is incorrect on GPU Caps Viewer.  (Read 6720 times)

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Phoebe

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The GPU and Config are blank and incorrect on Tiger lake platform, please refer to the picture(https://imgur.com/6JphiSg).
Do the new CPU haven't include in the data base? Could the programer add Tiger Lake into data base?

Stefan

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Apparently you are the first Tigerlake user.
Does GPU-Z show more infos?
Otherwise try Intel Extreme Tuning Utility (Intel XTU)

Where is the driver download site for your system?
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Xe GPU?
Do you have more details on the number of EUs?


Phoebe

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Apparently you are the first Tigerlake user.
Does GPU-Z show more infos?
Otherwise try Intel Extreme Tuning Utility (Intel XTU)

Where is the driver download site for your system?

The information on GPU-Z is also incorrect. And the system unable to start Intel XTU because the driver isn't present.
I understood the new CPU haven't include in database.
However I just want to know when will programmer plan to add the new Intel GPU into database.
And I already saw you have shared the new Intel GPUs ID to JeGX, thank you very much.



Xe GPU?
Do you have more details on the number of EUs?


My GPU is not Xe GPU. My GPU ID is 9A49.

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I can add your GPU to GPU Caps Viewer and other GPU tools but I need some information:
- device ID = 0x9A49  - OK
- GPU name =  "Intel(R) UHD Graphics" - OK
- number of UEs = ???   - MISSING

According to this news, it looks like the 0x9A49 is an Intel Xe Graphics...


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The details of the numbers of EUS below are what I got on Intel document.
INTEL_DEV_9A49 = "Intel(R) UHD Graphics"   
i7= EUS:96, i5= EUS:80
INTEL_DEV_9A78 = "Intel(R) UHD Graphics"
i3= EUS:48

Not sure the news is correct since I didn't get such information from Intel.