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Video Engine Load
« on: 13-March-13, 16:39:38 »

Attached is my system at idle. Even while gaming or whatever Video Engine Load stays at zero. What is Video Engine Load?

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Re: Video Engine Load
« Reply #1 on: 13-March-13, 22:43:38 »

let me guess you have a Nvidia based Graphics card and are running a version of the 300 or higher drivers?

that is a driver problem with all Nvidia 300 and above versions and is nothing to worry about!

Video Engine Load is a output signal monitor (how much information is being sent to the screen) but the latest drivers from Nvidia have seemingly left it out!
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Re: Video Engine Load
« Reply #2 on: 13-March-13, 22:47:59 »

Mark this thread solved, you are exactly right on my card and drivers. Thank you....google search gave me no answers.
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Re: Video Engine Load
« Reply #3 on: 13-March-13, 23:04:21 »

your very welcome! every manufacturers ones do that under the latest drivers 300+ showing 0% on the Video Engine Load so its nothing to worry yourself over as its just a driver problem with a missing monitor program inside it for that section!

glad to have helped!
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Processor:AMD phenom IIx4 955 black edition 3.2GHz processor(Clock speed of 4GHz)
Cooler: corsair H100 cooler
Ram: 16GB Corsair Dominator DDR3 1600MHz ram (2 dual channel kits model: CMP8GX3M2A1600C9) (underclocked at 1333MHz)
GPU: 1: MSI R7870 -2GD5T/OC @ 1155mhz , 2: MSI R7850-Twin Frozer 2GD5/OC @ 925mhz
PSU: Thermaltake tougthpower 1500W (+12v1 20A, +12v2 20A, +12v3 40A, +12v4 40A) (+12v1=20+4 connector, +12v2=CPU power, +12v3=PCI_E connections, +12v4 = molex+sata+PCI_E connectors  )
Extras: 1 x 4 port raid card (model SIL3114) ASUS Xonar Essence STX sound card PCI-E X1.

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Re: Video Engine Load
« Reply #4 on: 14-March-13, 00:43:18 »

I'm going to guess those drivers are the same reason speccy no longer reads my GPU temps. Thanks again.
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Re: Video Engine Load
« Reply #5 on: 14-March-13, 01:01:03 »

Some idiot at nVidia that disabled the PCI-E 3.0 function for X79's in the driver package is also probably responsible for these 'side effects' that are now showing up in utility applications.
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