Monday, October 18th 2010

TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.4.7 Released

TechPowerUp introduced version 0.4.7 of GPU-Z, our lightweight graphics sub-system information and monitoring utility. GPU-Z provides you with detailed tech-specs of your installed graphics processors, and lets you monitor clock speeds, voltages, temperatures and fan speeds. This month's release improves detection for upcoming GPUs, adds support for new ones, improves stability, and corrects some minor bugs. To begin with, detection for the upcoming AMD Radeon HD 6800 series products has been improved to be most reliable and accurate with the products' launch approaching. Support has been added for GeForce GT 430, GT 420 desktop GPUs, and an important kernel driver related issue has been fixed.
DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.4.7

The change log follows.

  • Improved support for AMD Radeon HD 6850 and HD 6870
  • Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GT 430, GT 420
  • Fixed default clock reading on Fermi architecture cards
  • Added voltage controller support for Colorful iGame GTX 460
  • Added PCI Vendor detection for Colorful
  • Added TMU count and die size for GF106
  • Synchronization mutexes are global now
  • Improved stability when running multiple instances of GPU-Z / Fixed "the driver has been marked for deletion" error
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20 Comments on TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.4.7 Released

#1
Solaris17
Creator Solaris Utility DVD
link leads to home page and bold tag isnt right
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#2
Bo$$
Lab Extraordinaire
NOOO!! broken link!
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#5
[Ion]
WCG Team Assistant
Looks good, I'll try it out to see if it fixes the issues that I'm having w/ GPU-Z 0.4.4 and the GTS450
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#6
Bo$$
Lab Extraordinaire
by: W1zzard
fixed
ace :rockout:
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#7
techie81
Thanks for updating this awesome program. Question, when do you think it will be possible to monitor GPU RAM usage on AMD video cards?
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#8
W1zzard
by: techie81
Thanks for updating this awesome program. Question, when do you think it will be possible to monitor GPU RAM usage on AMD video cards?
not unless amd exposes it in their drivers
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#9
AlienIsGOD
Thnx for the update W1z !! I never really need the new versions every month, but I sure as heck appreciate al the work you put into GPU-Z.
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#10
W1zzard
by: AlienIsGOD
Thnx for the update W1z !! I never really need the new versions every month, but I sure as heck appreciate al the work you put into GPU-Z.
editors reviewing the new ati cards do, thats why it was released today :)
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#11
AlienIsGOD
YAY for NEW GFX CARDS!!! Im watching with eagle eyes for ur reviews too W1z!
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#12
Steevo
by: W1zzard
editors reviewing the new AMDcards do, thats why it was released today :)
cough......

do you have yours yet?
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#13
W1zzard
by: Steevo
cough......

do you have yours yet?
just finished benching single card and crossfire of the higher perf model. some minor issues with the lower perf one that should be resolved by tomorrow
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#14
Steevo
Nice. Have you found your new favorite card then?
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#15
CDdude55
Crazy 4 TPU!!!
by: AlienIsGOD
Thnx for the update W1z !! I never really need the new versions every month, but I sure as heck appreciate al the work you put into GPU-Z.
Same here. For people like me who don't upgrade their video card(s) during every new GPU series launch, the older version is more than enough.:cool:(unless the newer version fixes a significant issue plaguing many, or offers me an added feature for my card.)

by: W1zzard
editors reviewing the new ati cards do, thats why it was released today :)
Makes sense, definitely what i was expecting before the launch.

by: W1zzard
just finished benching single card and crossfire of the higher perf model. some minor issues with the lower perf one that should be resolved by tomorrow
Awesomeness, can't wait for the reviews.:rockout::rockout:
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#17
demonkevy666
slight over sight I see

lower ati card still reading higher ROPs then what they have ?

example In your reviews the 5670,5570,5550 has 8 rops in details but in the gpu-z on the over clock page it says 16 ROPs

and 4 ROPS for 5450 but says it has 8 ROPs

which gives it a false Gigapixel fillrate then. (it reads double what it should be)
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#18
wolf
Performance Enthusiast
by: W1zzard
just finished benching single card and crossfire of the higher perf model. some minor issues with the lower perf one that should be resolved by tomorrow
awesome, great to hear :toast:

so you know my mobility 5650 still reads as 16 ROPS instead of 8 and SDR memory instead of DDR3, hence some other wrong numbers too.

I understand it must be hard given you probably need to have a laptop with the 5650 in it to make GPU-Z read it right, just thought I'd mention it was still like that.
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#19
bear jesus
by: W1zzard
editors reviewing the new ati cards do, thats why it was released today :)
I really find the gpu-z shot in reviews very useful as for one it shows all he intresting speeds and specs but also is great for compairing stock to overclocked differences, same for when overclocking myself

Thanks for all the hard work :respect:

Now to wait for friday to see all the hard work you have been putting into the 68xx reviews :D
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#20
jimmylao
Appreciation and gratitude

As you can see Wiz, I don't post here often, but I am a daily viewer of this site (at least 3 times/week, it would be 5 if I wasn't in college)! Anyways, GPU-Z is a great tool and has helped me monitor my temps as well as find a comfortable overclock for my video card. Thank you so much for your hard work in programming this wonderful program.
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