Is this normal?

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  1. Xexyz
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    This has bothered for awhile since I built this PC. Is this normal that the GPU is identified like this? The problem is the the GPU is shown like "R7 200 Series". Anyway to fix this?
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  2. trumpet-205

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    Normal. No way to fix it.

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    I forgot
    Does it matter?

    It has to do with GPU-Z's database I believe, nothing you can do about it. I assume it shows up fine in Speccy.
     
  4. Xexyz
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    Speccy and other things show the same thing.
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    Eh, as long as it works and play games, I dun see a problem with it.
    Unless you get boners from benchmarking your junk.
     
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    It could be because of the new AMD Catalyst drivers. R9 R7 HD7k HD6k and HD5k are now running on ally the same 'WHQL' drivers.
     
  7. Originality

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    It's because of the drivers.