GPU-Z software updated with GeForce RTX 4070 and RTX 40 mobile support

Published: Apr 17th 2023, 17:55 GMT   Comments

GPU-Z now supports NVIDIA RTX 4070/40 Mobile SKUs

The long-awaited update to GPU-Z has finally arrived. 

The 2.53.0 is the first update for the most popular GPU software since December. The software has not actually been updated since RTX 4070 Ti and Radeon RX 7900 support was added. Over this time, there have been some GPU releases that have only been included in this update today.

Among the cards that made the list, there is a GeForce RTX 4070 non-Ti desktop which was launched last week. There is finally an update for the RTX 40 Laptop GPU series, which wasn’t really the case before. Furthermore, the lesser-known RTX 3060 with GA104 GPU and 3050 6GB mobile SKUs were added as well.

Some AMD Radeon cards were also included, such as Radeon RX 7600S the low-power RDNA3 mobile GPU and workstation Radeon Pro W6900X exclusive to Apple Mac systems. There is, however, no support for the just-announced Radeon Pro W7900/7800 GPUs because they are simply not released yet.

GPU-Z 2.53.0, Source: VideoCardz

The next update may arrive just as NVIDIA launches its RTX 4060 series next month, or possibly with mid-range Radeon series should AMD finally have something to show.

GPU-Z 2.53.0 update:

  • Added support for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070, Mobile RTX 4090/4080/4070/4060/4050, RTX 6000 Ada, RTX 3060 Mobile (GA104), RTX 3050 Mobile 6 GB, RTX 2050, Hopper H100 PCIe, RTX 2080 Ti ES
  • Added support for AMD Radeon RX 7600S, Pro W6900X, Pro V620, Mendocino Ryzen APU
  • Added support for Intel Raptor Lake-HX, Alder Lake N, Alder Lake U i3-1210U, Rocket Lake UHD P750

Source and download: TechPowerUP

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