Well, I'm using HWInfo to see what buses are available on a motherboard (laptop) quite often. The way it is now, I don't know if it supports NVMe/PCIe unless I plug in an NMVe SSD - something I don't want to deal with
I see that my mobile GPU has these measurements:
- GPU Core Power
- GPU Memory Power
- GPU Power
The "GPU Power" seems to be a lot lower than the GPU Core Power and probably it's a part of the "Core Power"
What's the difference between the two reds? anyone knows?
I don't have the knowledge of what's going on inside, but in my simple words - I want to know what this load includes and what it doesn't. Otherwise, what do we really learn from it? Specifically, I wanted to use this tool to know when I'm GPU limited and if/which ACEs equivalent were in use...
Thanks Martin. So it is all based on some not fully clear sensors? So, in fact, when I see 100% GPU usage it doesn't mean there isn't place for higher GPU output?
Also, what do you mean by Direct3D subsystem? the rasterization engine without the compute engines?
Long time user/dreamer
In the wake of DX12 and DX12 benchmarks and all the discussions and in-depth info around them, I started to question my understanding of what do the GPU measurements actually say:
1. GPU Core Load [%]
2. GPU D3D Usage [%]
3. GPU Bus Load [%]