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  1. Still the same. A Quadro P400 and a Quadro RTX 4000 show as having 4GB of memory, though each card has 8GB of memory.
  2. I'll add my thanks for the option for setting a preferred view for cleaning results. Perhaps something can be looked into as well regarding the speed of the cleaning operation? The current version seems noticeably slower than in previous versions.
  3. Hello, In the AdapterRAM file, I have this: 4293918720 In the VideoProcessor field, I have this: Quadro P4000 Other programs/applications I've used (e.g., HWiNFO, GPU-Z) report the 8GB of RAM on the card. Any ideas? Thanks for your help.
  4. I have the same issue, but with a Quadro P4000 video card. Both the Quadro and GTX 1080 EXOC are NVIDIA cards, are Pascal-based, and have the GP104 GPU. Maybe Speccy will be updated to have these GPUs or the Pascal architecture included in its database (or in whatever place such information would need to be) sometime? Like chorabr, I use Windows 10 Pro x64, v. 1703. The entry above you suggested for chorabr PATH gives me a "No instance(s) Available" result, but I'm guessing it's because the entry is for the 1080 card. I tried it anyway just to see what I'd get.
  5. I have a Quadro P4000 graphics board with 8GB of memory. Other utilities (e.g., GPU-Z) show correctly that the board has that much memory (8192 MB). Speccy shows the memory as 4095 MB. Is it possible that certain Quadro P-series (Pascal-based) boards are not yet in Speccy's database? Aside from this matter, Speccy is excellent--I have been using it for a few years. With appreciation of any information someone might have relating to my issue.
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