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  1. Just built a Corsair Bulldog setup last week. Never used Speccy before, but was always a fan of ccleaner and wanted to check it out. Meant to write this a couple days ago, but...Halloween Gigabyte Z170-Wifi mITX SF 600 Corsair PSU Intel I7-6700k 1070 MSI Seahawk 16GB Corsair Vengeance Kingston HyperX M.2 SSD 240GB Corsair Force LE SSD 960GB Apparently my 1070 MSI Seahawk is getting 645v of power and has 4gb ram (it's an 8gb card). GPU's these days are so nuts that most people that own a gaming GPU are probably using Afterburner or something like that anyway for their GPU info so not really a big deal imo. Now when I run Speccy the GPU VRAM and Physical memory are missing entirely. Other (minor) stuff: Summary page displays unknown ram and reports 4 memory slots for the moboard (only have 2). If you dig deeper into the ram section and click on slot1/slot2 it does recognize it as a Corsair along with the model# so this is good enough for me. Other than that everything appears to be on point. I like how it displays part #'s for hardware and the simple/clean look makes it easy to navigate and read info quickly.
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