TPU has released a new version of its GPU-Z utility. Normally I don’t write about downloads, but I thought you might want to know, that the latest version supports TITAN BLACK.
GPU-Z 0.7.6 not only supports TITAN BLACK, but also Maxwell-based GeForce GTX 750 TI and GTX 750. What’s interesting is the fact it also supports a new version of GeForce GTX 760 ‘Lite’. At this point I’m not sure what’s the lite version all about, but I will try to get more information.
What also took my attention, notice that both 750 Ti and non-Ti have GM107 on board (changelog). GM107 is supposedly a GK107 refresh, probably the same specs. If so, I’m not so sure about 960 CUDAs in 750 Ti anymore.
This posts also gives you the heads up how soon should you expect all these cards to be released. GPU-Z utility is usually updated week or two before new cards release.
As for GPU-Z itself, here’s the changelog:
- Added graphics memory vendor detection
- Updated integrated NVFlash for BIOS readings
- Improved voltage monitoring support for GTX 780 Ti
- Added support for new Intel Iris 5200 variant
- Added support for AMD Radeon R7 M265, R5 M230, Kaveri A10-7850K, A10-770K, AMD FireStream 9350, HD 8530M, HD 8650D,
- Added support for NVIDIA GTX Titan Black, GTX 750 (GM107), GTX 750 Ti (GM107), GeForce 840M (GM108), GTX 760 (192-bit), GT 750M (Apple), GT 735M, GT 720M