GPU-Z update brings Arc, GeForce and Radeon improvements
The just-released information and monitoring tool for graphics cards known as GPU-Z brings better support for Intel Arc series.
The GPU-Z now supports GeForce GTX 1630 graphics card, thus far the slowest model released in 2022. With this update, one can now verify how slow the bandwidth is on this card.
Furthermore, this update brings support for newly released Radeon RX 6700 non-XT graphics card. We are not sure why GPU-Z changelog specifically mentions Sapphire model, while there are other cards such as PowerColor’s. In any case, this SKU is now slowly coming to other markets, which means that more and more users will have access to a cut-down Navi 22 GPU on desktops.
There are also fixes for RTX 3080 12GB model, which for some reason was listed as non-LHR card (and yes it does have LHR). Interestingly GPU-Z developers also continue to fix errors for quite old GPUs, such as GeForce 7800 GS (yes that’s G71 architecture). To add to that, the ATI cards will no longer show AMD logo.
GPU-Z 2.47.0 changelog
- Many improvements to Intel Arc discrete GPU reporting
- Added or improved fake detection for cards based on NVIDIA G98, GT200, GK104
- Added workaround to fix missing clocks on some recent AMD Radeon drivers
- Fixed GeForce RTX 3080 12 GB getting reported as non-LHR
- Fixed specs for NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GS AGP
- Fixed process size, die size and transistor count for AMD Rembrandt
- Fixed AMD logo showing on some ATI cards
- Fixed wrong logo on some Intel Xe IGPs
- Added checkbox in sensor settings to control “Log to file” setting on GPU-Z restart
- Various improvements for Glenfly GPU reporting
- Added Gunnir vendor detection
- Fixed CPU temperature showing as 100°C on unsupported Intel processors
- Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1630, RTX 3050 Laptop, MX570, A1000, A2000, A3000 12 GB, T400, T500, T550, T600, T1000, T1200
- Added support for Sapphire Radeon RX 6700 non-XT
- Added support for Intel Alder Lake H/U/HX
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