TechPowerUp GPU-Z v0.6.0 Released, Adds GeForce 600 Support

Published: 19th Mar 2012, 12:24 GMT

TechPowerUp GPU-Z v0.6.0 Released | techPowerUp
TechPowerUP has just released newest version of GPU-Z. Application for monitoring and diagnostics. Newest version adds support for upcoming Kepler graphics cards – GTX 680, GT 640M and also GTX 560 SE, GT 550M, 510, NVS 2100M, from AMD: HD 7870, 7850, 7670M, FireStream 9730, FirePro V3900.

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TechPowerUp released the latest version of GPU-Z, the PC enthusiast community’s favorite graphics subsystem information and diagnostic utility, which gives you up to date information about your installed graphics hardware, and helps you monitor clock speeds, voltages, temperatures, and even exotic readings such as video memory usage and ASIC quality (on supported graphics cards). Version 0.6.0 introduces a host of new features, including refined support for upcoming NVIDIA Kepler architecture GPUs, such as GeForce GTX 680, and GeForce GT 6x0M; and the recently-launched AMD Radeon HD 7800 series.

GPU-Z also embraces an installer, which places shortcuts, and an uninstall entry. GPU-Z can very much also be used as a portable, standalone utility, without needing an installation (just choose not to install, and use it standalone instead). AMD altered a high-level API with its Catalyst 12.2 drivers, which GPU-Z conventionally uses to talk to the hardware. Those updating from older Catalyst versions to 12.2 won’t see its effects on older GPU-Z versions, but those with Catalyst 12.2 “clean-installed”, might. GPU-Z 0.6.0 addresses this issue, and should now work normally with systems running Catalyst 12.2 clean-installed. A large number of other changes were made with version 0.6.0.

DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.6.0, TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.6.0 ASUS ROG-Themed

Changes with TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.6.0

  1. Added optional GPU-Z installer which launches when GPU-Z is started for the first time, or can be started manually via the GPU-Z system menu
  2. Added support for AMD Radeon HD 7870, HD 7850, HD 7670M, FireStream 9370, FirePro V3900
  3. Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680, GT 640M, GTX 560 SE, GT 550M, GeForce 510, NVS 2100M
  4. Fixed clocks not showing correctly on some systems with Catalyst 12.2
  5. Fixed board id reading on pre-Fermi cards
  6. Fixed OpenCL detection for ATI Fusion (Sumo & Ontario)
  7. Fixed GPU-Z window getting cut off at certain DPI settings


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