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To use this demo place GPU-Z in same folder as the script and name it GPUZ.exe.If there is interest I might update these udfs and make them more documented.

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#Include<Array.au3>
$GPUZ= _GPUZInit(@ScriptDir&"\gpuz.exe")
$Data=_GPUZGetData($GPUZ)
_ArrayDisplay($Data)
_GPUZClose($GPUZ)

Func _GPUZInit($Path)
    Local $Ret[2]
    $Ret[0]=Run($Path,@ScriptDir,@SW_HIDE)
    WinWait("TechPowerUp GPU-Z")
    $Ret[1]=WinGetHandle("TechPowerUp GPU-Z")
    Return $Ret
EndFunc

Func _GPUZClose($GPUZ)
    Processclose($GPUZ[2])
EndFunc


Func _GPUZGetData($GPUZ,$Item=-1)

    Switch $Item
        Case -1
                Dim $Array[9][2]
    $Array[0][0]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static65")
    $Array[0][1]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static66")

    $Array[1][0]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static68")
    $Array[1][1]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static69")

    $Array[2][0]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static71")
    $Array[2][1]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static72")

    $Array[3][0]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static74")
    $Array[3][1]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static75")

    $Array[4][0]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static77")
    $Array[4][1]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static78")

    $Array[5][0]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static77")
    $Array[5][1]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static78")

    $Array[6][0]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static80")
    $Array[6][1]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static81")

    $Array[7][0]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static83")
    $Array[7][1]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static84")

    $Array[8][0]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static86")
    $Array[8][1]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static87")

    $Array[8][0]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static89")
    $Array[8][1]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static90")
    Case Else
    Dim $Array[2]
    $Array[0]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static"&62+3*$Item)
    $Array[1]=ControLGetText($GPUZ[1],"","Static"&63+3*$Item)
    EndSwitch
    Return $Array
EndFunc
Edited by P5ych0Gigabyte

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Hi,

nice idea - would fit my needs. I guess, the first lines of the posted source code are missing (#includes), I get the following error: GetGpuZ.au3(3,20) : ERROR: _ArrayDisplay(): undefined function.

Any chance, you post the complete source?

Thanx,

Martini

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Hi,

nice idea - would fit my needs. I guess, the first lines of the posted source code are missing (#includes), I get the following error: GetGpuZ.au3(3,20) : ERROR: _ArrayDisplay(): undefined function.

Any chance, you post the complete source?

Thanx,

Martini

thanks for finding that. I just fixed it now. It was missing a line to include array.au3.

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Hi P5ych0Gigabyte,

yes, thanks - found that myself...though that probably more code is missing. :D

Some remarks:

When I run your script several times, I get an error message box from GPU-z saying "Driver marked for delete, can't be loaded". I found, that GPU-z is not terminated correctly. When starting GPU-z in function _GPUZInit you put the PID into $Ret[0], but uses $GPUZ[2] on Processclose in _GPUZClose, which gives an "Array subscript out of range error". After changing that to $GPUZ[0], GPU-z is terminated correctly and the error on repetitive calls of your script is gone.

Func _GPUZClose($GPUZ)
   Processclose($GPUZ[0])
EndFunc

When I ran that on my Laptop with mobile Ati graphics card, the values shown in the array are probably not the values you want to be there (though there are not incorrect, some of the values (L1800) are the values of the Monitor and not of the graphics card). :D

Attached some screen shoots for reference - if you like.

Ciao,

Martini

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Hi P5ych0Gigabyte,

yes, thanks - found that myself...though that probably more code is missing. :D

Some remarks:

When I run your script several times, I get an error message box from GPU-z saying "Driver marked for delete, can't be loaded". I found, that GPU-z is not terminated correctly. When starting GPU-z in function _GPUZInit you put the PID into $Ret[0], but uses $GPUZ[2] on Processclose in _GPUZClose, which gives an "Array subscript out of range error". After changing that to $GPUZ[0], GPU-z is terminated correctly and the error on repetitive calls of your script is gone.

Func _GPUZClose($GPUZ)
   Processclose($GPUZ[0])
EndFunc

When I ran that on my Laptop with mobile Ati graphics card, the values shown in the array are probably not the values you want to be there (though there are not incorrect, some of the values (L1800) are the values of the Monitor and not of the graphics card). :D

Attached some screen shoots for reference - if you like.

Ciao,

Martini

I guess GPU-Z is unpredictable with the naming of controls. There is a way to make GPU-Z dump to xml i think im gonna change the functions to read xml. It just sucks that its writing a file to the hd so if u wanted to read in real time it would be really slow.

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