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"adapter count 2" here
GL_VENDOR = ATI Technologies Inc.
GL_RENDERER = FireGL V3100 Pentium 4 (SSE2)
GL_VERSION = 1.5.4905

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if card is nvidia fx5200 and above.
so it should not is 1.
but my card is fx5200,why 1?

What are you trying to work out with this?

Why do you think that your FX5200 shouldn't be Adapter-1? It should only change if you have multiple displays running (e.g. Dual Monitor) or you have additional hardware (e.g. an onboard video card as well as your "actual" video card).

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I use the NVPerfHUD .

if you use nvidia fx5200 above,so you have a extra NVPerfHUD adapter .

see detail NVPerfHUD help on developer.nvidia.com

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I use the NVPerfHUD .

if you use nvidia fx5200 above,so you have a extra NVPerfHUD adapter .

see detail NVPerfHUD help on developer.nvidia.com


You have to start your application from NVPerfHUD for the special adaptor to be created. Just launching your application from Explorer won't work.

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I use the NVPerfHUD .

if you use nvidia fx5200 above,so you have a extra NVPerfHUD adapter .

see detail NVPerfHUD help on developer.nvidia.com


You have to start your application from NVPerfHUD for the special adaptor to be created. Just launching your application from Explorer won't work.


I know ,but the adapter is 1.so problem is not NVPerfHUD

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I know ,but the adapter is 1.so problem is not NVPerfHUD


If you don't run the application from NVPerfHUD, then the adapter count won't include the NVPerfHUD adapter, so you will only get 1. Having everyone run this test is pointless. Everyone who has only 1 adapter will get a count of 1, unless their video card supports NVPerfHUD AND they run your test from the NVPerfHUD.

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