Martin, respectfully, that is not true. I have been running a 2200G since December, and I was able to see various computing percentages. I don't recall every item that was available, but I know for sure I could view compute 0, compute 1, and a few other percentages and other items. This seemed to happen after installing Radeon 19.6.1, and is happening even after I just installed 19.7.2.Martin said:This is unfortunately a limitation of those GPUs. Raven-based GPUs (APUs) are unable to report GPU usage, the only semi-reliable usage value is the GPU D3D Usage.
Ok, I understand now, or at least I understand there is a difference. Yes, I can see GPU usage in Task Manager. I'm mostly using the computer for Boinc, so it is one of the computer usages as opposed to encode/decode, etc. Let me know if you need more information.Martin said:Sorry for not being clear too. There are two kinds of usages reported by HWiNFO - an internal usage value called "GPU Utilization" and other various performance usage counters including Video Encode/Decode and Computing values.
The first internal value cannot be reported on Raven series, the latter ones depend on drivers. I have analyzed the debug file you provided and GPU drivers in this case don't provide any performance counters. So it looks like a bug in latest driver versions. Are you able to see GPU usage in Task Manager for the Vega?
See the enclosed picture, there's the list of them. Yeah, I think shared memory was in HWinfo before, I wish I had a screen shot of what was available before.Martin said:What various GPU usages do you see in Task Manager? HWiNFO should be able to provide the same values, but it wasn't able to find any of them there.
Ok, I copied the exe and ini file into the HWinfo folder (I edited the file names of the old versions for backup), ran HWinfo, and the same information under Vega 8 displayed. Enclosed is the associated debug file. Let me know if you need anything else.Martin said: