TechPowerUP updated its GPU monitoring tool GPU-Z to support latest graphics cards, including GTX 1080 Ti and yet unreleased Radeon RX 500 series.
AMD Radeon RX 500 series
As we told you earlier, Radeon RX 500 series are mostly based on existing Polaris GPUs. The RX 580 is basically a rebranded and overclocked RX 480. Same applies to RX 570 and 470. Not much is known about the RX 560 and RX 550 though, but we can assume they are based on Polaris 11 (either 896SP or 1024SP) and Polaris 12.
As you might’ve noticed AMD partners are now offering Radeon RX 400 series at a good price. That’s because Radeon RX 400 series are phased out and their newer version will be offered in just one month.
You can download GPU-Z tool straight from TPU website.
GPU-Z 1.18.0 Changelog
- Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, Quadro P4000, P1000, P600, P400
- Added support for AMD Radeon RX 580, RX 570, RX 560, RX 550, HD 6430M
- Added support for Intel HD Graphics 500 (Apollo Lake Pentium N4200)
- Update check will now display the latest version number available
- Fixed error message display during BIOS upload
- Improved tray icon creation code when GPU-Z is launched during Windows startup
- Fixed clocks read as -1 on Pascal cards with overclocking disabled
- Invalid readings are no longer included in sensor average calculation (avoids -1.$ output)
- Added support to display Boost clocks on Intel