GPU-Z updates focuses on AMD Navi 32, Ryzen Z1 updates
TechPowerUp has just released the latest iteration of their acclaimed graphics information tool – GPU-Z 2.55.0. The GPU information software received an update for the most recent GPU releases, but also certain variants of discrete GPUs that were released under the radar.
The GPU-Z 2.55.0 will now work with AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme and non-Extreme APUs, which are now used by ASUS ROG Ally handheld consoles as well as upcoming Lenovo Legion Go systems. The support, of course, refers to the integrated RDNA3 subsystem.
AMD’s latest discrete GPUs for PC gamers are also included; the RX 7800 XT and RX 7700 XT both based on Navi 32 GPU were added with this release. Furthermore, NVIDIA’s newest RTX 4060 Ti 16GB card is now also fully recognized by the software.
GPU-Z 2.55.0 GPU Support:
- AMD Radeon RX 7800 XT
- AMD Radeon RX 7700 XT
- AMD Ryzen Z1 iGPU
- AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme iGPU
- AMD Radeon Pro W7500
- NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 16 GB
- NVIDIA RTX 3060 (3,840 CUDA core variant)
- NVIDIA RTX 4000/5000/6000 Ada Laptop GPUs
- NVIDIA RTX A1000 6 GB Laptop
- NVIDIA RTX A2000 Embedded
GPU-Z 2.55.0 Features Improved Usability:
- Intel Arc A-series GPUs now report overclocked frequencies when active
- Corrected die-size and/or transistor-count information for NVIDIA GK208, GF119, G98, and AD107
- Fixed memory bus width detection on Intel Alder Lake and Raptor Lake systems.
- Addressed a bug that previously prevented graphics card RGB controls from functioning correctly on Gigabyte RTX 4090 cards when GPU-Z was running.
- ROP (Render Output Unit) counts for Navi 33 silicon have been fixed, providing more precise data for your AMD RX 7600 GPUs.
GPU-Z is the go-to software for gamers seeking comprehensive information about their GPUs or those who wish to closely monitor their card’s performance. Moreover, if users happen to have a rare graphics card, they can also contribute BIOS files to the open GPU BIOS database.
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