GPU-Z, a free graphics card information utility, has reached Version 0.4.3. The changes include the addition of voltage monitoring for many ATI & Nvidia cards, as well as several other improvements and fixes.
GPU-Z, the well-known graphics card information and monitoring tool, has now received a new update which brings support for more models, including the yet-to-be-announced GeForce GTX 460, as well as some fixes and tweaks.
The full changelog of GPU-Z 0.4.4 looks a little something like this:
- Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460, GT 330, GT 315, GT216 based ION
- Added support for AMD HD 5670 (Juniper), Mobility HD 5430, Mobility 4200, Mobility 4100
- Added PowerColor hardware giveaway
- Added die size measurement for NVIDIA GF100
- Added option to GPU-Z's system menu to show temperatures in °F
- Fix for BIOS reading on ATI
- Fixed decimal points in ADT7473 reading
- Fixed crash on GeForce 8300 IGP
- Added clock monitoring for RS780 variants
- Improved clock monitoring for ATI R6xx architecture
The compact utility can be downloaded from over here .
GPU-Z, a free graphics card information utility, has reached Version 0.4.5. Changes include support for new chipsets, the ability to automatically launch GPU-Z upon Windows startup, as well as a range of bug fixes.
GPU-Z 0.4.6 available for download
Written by Cristian Thursday 02 September 2010 - 18:27 | Tags: 0.4.6, gpu-z
A new version of the GPU-Z graphics card information and monitoring tool has now been made available and it adds support for the cards revealed by the GeForce 259.47 driver (GeForce GTS 455, GTS 450, GT 440, GTX 430, GTX 420, GTX 470M, GTX 460M, GTX 445M, GTX 435M, GTX 425M, GTX 420M and GTX 415M).
GPU-Z 0.4.6 also features the following:
- Added MSI hardware giveaway
- Fixed temperature readings getting stuck on ADT7473 sensor (GTX 400 cards)
- Fixed broken BIOS reading on all cards
- General improvements to Intel support, still far from perfect
- Added support for ATI FirePro V8750
- Added support for GeForce GT 330, GT218 based ION, GeForce 310M
- Added basic detection for AMD Radeon HD 6000 Series
High profile but low footprint graphics card information and monitoring tool GPU-Z has once again been updated and is now available in a fresh, 0.4.7 coating. The new version brings support for the GeForce GT 430 and GT 420, as well as multiple tweaks and fixes.
GPU-Z 0.4.7 can be downloaded via this pageand it features the following changelog:
- Improved support for AMD Radeon HD 6850 and HD 6870
- Fixed default clock reading on Fermi architecture cards
- Added voltage controller support for Colorful iGame GTX 460
- Added PCI Vendor detection for Colorful
- Added TMU count and die size for GF106
- Synchronization mutexes are global now
- Improved stability when running multiple instances of GPU-Z / Fixed "the driver has been marked for deletion" error
A new version of the GPU-Z graphics card information and monitoring tool has now been released and guess what - it adds support for the GeForce GTX 580 which is expected to be launched tomorrow, as well as for future GF104-based cards.
Beside those mentioned, GPU-Z 0.4.8 includes the following:
- Updated TMU/Texture rate calculation method. Please report any errors in the forums
- Fixed memory clock monitoring on HD 6850, HD 6870
- Fixed label corruption on cards without any shaders
- Fixed rare CrossFire detection bug on ancient ATI drivers
- Added voltage monitoring fallback for ATI cards with unsupported voltage controller
A new version of GPU-Z, the well-known graphics card information and monitoring tool, has now been made available and it boasts support for the recently-introduced GeForce GTX 460 SE, as well as for the soon-to-arrive GeForce GTX 570.
The updated software also brings the following:
- Added support for PCI-Express 3.0
- Added PowerColor Giveaway
- Added Colorfire PCI vendor ID
- Added detection for AMD Radeon HD 6310, HD 6370
- Fixed BIOS >64k reading on GF110
- Added GT215 based GT 220
- Fixed TMU count on GF104
- Improved default clock reading on GeForce GTX 580
- Better error handling for memory type detection code
... and can be downloaded from this page
GPU-Z, a free graphics card information utility, has reached Version 0.5.4. Changes include improved startup time, improved rendering on high DPI screens, support for new chipsets as well as several bug fixes.
GPU-Z, updated to Version 0.5.5
What's new in this version
Added PowerColor hardware giveaway
On multi-GPU systems, GPU-Z will remember the selected card from the selection dropdown
Added full support for AMD A-Series Fusion processors
Added detection for ASUS MARS II
Fixed shader count detection for Blackcomb (mobile AMD Cayman)
Improved BIOS version reading on NVIDIA
Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GT 560 Ti OEM, GT 545, GT 530, GeForce GTX 580M, GT 555M, GeForce 520MX, GT 520M, 410M, 305M, Quadro 5000, Quadro 4000M, Quadro 400
Added support for AMD HD 6290, Radeon E6760 & E4690, FirePro V8800, FirePro V3700, FirePro 2460 (FireMV)
GPU-Z, a free graphics card information utility, has reached Version 0.5.9. Changes include an improved formula for reading ASIC quality as well as explanatory text, improvements for the HD 7000 series, support for new chipsets, along with bug fixes.
GPU-Z, a free graphics card information utility, has reached Version 0.6.3. Changes include support for new chipsets, improved Nvidia Kepler boost clock detection, added GPU power consumption monitoring for Sandy Bridge & Ivy Bridge, voltage monitoring for the HD 7700 series, as well as various bug fixes.
•Changed sort order of devices to put devices with connected monitor first
•Fixed memory size reading for NVIDIA cards with 4 GB or more
•Fixed AMD Trinity Fusion clock readings
•Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 Ti, GTX 660, GTX 650, GT 610, GTX 680M
•Added support for AMD FirePro 2270
•Fixed ROP and TMU count for Intel GMA 3600
•Changed sensor label from "VReg Temperature" to "VRM Temperature"
•Fix for sensors displaying Fahrenheit not being saved properly
•Added VRM temperature monitoring for CHL8228 based cards
•Fix for various crashes