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Question about Radeon HD 7700 series

So, i'm curious if any one else has had this problem. When I use dxdiag or run CPU-Z, they both tell me that my card is a Radeon HD 7700 Series, not if it's a 7750 or 7770. When I first got the computer, I checked the stats of the cards and mine and i'm pretty sure it's a 7770. Problem is, I don't remember how I got the information. Anyways, anyone know how I can find out which it is? or what's causing the problem? Any help would be appreciated, thanks!
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  1. Yeah it says 7700 series for me as well. I'm trying to remember how to check what exactly it is..
  2. Try having a look in AMD Catalyst Contol Center at Info, then Hardware maybe? :)
  3. 12.8 only reads mine as a 5700 series in the CCC info so i don't think that way will work.
  4. If you bought a 7750, you have a 7750. If you bought a 7770, you have a 7770.


    What is the number of shaders it lists in GPU-Z
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    http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/ Use gpuz, it will still probably say 7700 series but it'll give you the gpu specs. The 7770 is 640 stream processors, the 7750 is 512. Also you could take a look at the card, the 7770 requires a 6 pin power connection, the 7750 does not.
  6. PC wizard will give you you model number and you can look it up that way.
  7. k1114 said:
    http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/ Use gpuz, it will still probably say 7700 series but it'll give you the gpu specs. The 7770 is 640 stream processors, the 7750 is 512. Also you could take a look at the card, the 7770 requires a 6 pin power connection, the 7750 does not.

    Thanks! This is actually how I figured it out last time, but forgot what I used. Ran GPU-z and the Stream Processors is 640. You solved my problem, thanks! :wahoo:
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