Thursday, August 19th 2010

TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.4.5 Released

TechPowerUp today released a timely update to GPU-Z. TechPowerUp GPU-Z is a handy graphics subsystem information, diagnostic, and monitoring utility that lets you see details about the graphics hardware and related system software installed, and monitor various parameters such as clock speeds, voltages, fan-speeds and temperatures, in real-time. Version 0.4.5 of GPU-Z adds support for several new GPUs, fixes detection bugs with certain GPUs (especially the GeForce GTX 460), and fixed a critical stability issue. The PowerColor and TechPowerUp GPU-Z Hardware Giveaway is ongoing and into its second (and final) month. Users can participate from this version of GPU-Z.

DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.4.5

A detailed list of changes with this version follows.

  • Fixed shader count on NVIDIA GTX 460, added die size & transistors
  • Fixed ROP count on AMD Redwood
  • Added support for ATI FirePro V7800, ATI IGP 320M, ATI FireGL X1, ATI HD 4200 variants
  • Added launch on Windows startup function accessible via system menu and supporting UAC
  • Autoupdater will not check for update when no Internet connection detected
  • Fixed browser not starting correctly from autoupdater
  • Screenshot detection that promotes GPU-Z's own screenshot upload feature
  • Sensor data collection limited to 6 hours of data per sensor (~250 KB)
  • Shortened Clevo PCI vendor name
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17 Comments on TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.4.5 Released

#2
scaminatrix
LOVE the screenshot detection, thanks W1zz nicely done.
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#3
W1zzard
by: scaminatrix
LOVE the screenshot detection, thanks W1zz nicely done.
it's just to make people aware of the screenshot functionality.. most people never noticed it
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#4
AthlonX2
HyperVtX™
why does the photo show a GTX 260?
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#5
W1zzard
by: AthlonX2
why does the photo show a GTX 260?
because bta has a gtx 260. dear graphics cards manufacturers. if you want your card to be displayed in those screenshots, send him a new card.
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#7
AthlonX2
HyperVtX™
by: W1zzard
because bta has a gtx 260. dear graphics cards manufacturers. if you want your card to be displayed in those screenshots, send him a new card.
yes please BTA deserves a new card for the work he does here:toast:
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#8
AlienIsGOD
Thnx W1Z for the IGP 4200 support, been waiting patiently for it :toast: :toast:
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#9
Easo
Thank you.
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#10
Tank
it finally reports my pci-e settings correct and my gtx460's :D
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#11
Nick89
did this one fix the temps on the GTX480 messing up?

the temps on mine will get stuck at 80C in GPUz, then I restart GPUz and it shows what they actually are(38C)Fan running at 100% also.
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#12
bear jesus
Umm i kinda feel supid asking this as i know tpu and the w1zzard are to be trused but avg has just told me that gpu-z 0.4.5 is infected with a trojan called SHeur3.AUVX

the stupid thing is i had already ran it once and no problems, can i just attribute this to avg sucking?
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#13
Boneface
by: bear jesus
Umm i kinda feel supid asking this as i know tpu and the w1zzard are to be trused but avg has just told me that gpu-z 0.4.5 is infected with a trojan called SHeur3.AUVX

the stupid thing is i had already ran it once and no problems, can i just attribute this to avg sucking?
I get the same the thing! its the first time ive seen it when dling gpuz
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#14
hat
Enthusiast
AVG is only good for deleting keygens and picking up on false positives.
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#15
bear jesus
by: hat
AVG is only good for deleting keygens and picking up on false positives.
lol true, i moved onto avast a while back im just using an old ide hard drive right now to retrive some files and got lazy so have not swapped it bk out yet but could not resist trying out the new gpu-z as for some reason the vrm temp graph is not working for me but it stopped after a bios flash so i assume its my fault
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#16
LAN_deRf_HA
I would recommend MSE, was the only one light enough for my tastes and had good detection... but then MS started using it to force windows updates on you even if you disabled them... a big no no when programs act against you like that.
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#17
W1zzard
by: bear jesus
Umm i kinda feel supid asking this as i know tpu and the w1zzard are to be trused but avg has just told me that gpu-z 0.4.5 is infected with a trojan called SHeur3.AUVX

the stupid thing is i had already ran it once and no problems, can i just attribute this to avg sucking?
update avg. they have released a definition update to no longer flag gpuz
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