GPU-Z now supports NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 and Intel Arc A770/A750 GPUs

Published: 1st Oct 2022, 12:54 GMT   Comments

GPU-Z receives Arc A7 desktop and RTX 4090 GPU support

TechPowerUP GPU-Z update brings support for the newest graphics cards.

With less than 12 days before the launch, NVIDIA’s flagship Ada Lovelace gaming GPU is now supported by GPU-Z. This will become handy for all the reviewers out there working on their tests as we speak. The GPU-Z not only shows detailed BIOS, clock or overclocking information, it also shows details such as power limits or even has built-in NVIDIA DLSS scanner.

However, this GPU-Z update is much more because it finally supports desktop Intel Arc A7 series, just days after they were officially confirmed to launch next month. In fact, Intel decided to introduce both the A770 and A750 GPUs on the same day NVIDIA launches its RTX 4090 GPU. These cards are already in reviewers hands. It is very likely that we are going to see GPU-Z and Arc GPUs in action next week (when Intel lifts the review embargo).

GPU-Z 2.5.0, Source: TechPowerUP

The GPU-Z information and monitoring software does not introduce any major changes, apart from those specific for the newly added cards.

Changelog

  • Added support for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090
  • Improved detection for Intel Arc A750 & A770
  • Added Intel Arc VRAM temperature monitoring
  • Fixed Intel Arc temperature sensors
  • Instead of showing a blank window, a proper message is displayed when the DLSS Game Scan finds no supported games

Source and download: TechPowerUP




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