Monday, July 16th 2012

TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.6.3 Released

TechPowerUp released GPU-Z 0.6.3, the latest version of the popular PC graphics subsystem information and diagnostic utility. The new release adds support for dozens of new GPUs, including AMD "Trinity" APU-integrated HD 7600D series, upcoming NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660; improves stability in Windows 8, and adds a large number of other stability improvements. GPU-Z 0.6.3 adds support for NVIDIA GPUs including GeForce GT 620, GT 630, GT 640, GTX 660, Tesla M2090, Quadro 1100M, Quadro 5000M, NVS 5400M, G610M, GeForce GT 620M, GT 630M, GT640M LE, and GT 660M; AMD GPUs including Trinity (HD 7600D series), HD 7570, HD 7670, HD 6610M, HD 7550M, HD 7850M, HD 7520G, and HD 7640G.

Keeping in tune with previous versions, GPU-Z 0.6.3 introduces a new killer feature: power-consumption measurement for IGPs (integrated graphics) on Intel "Sandy Bridge" and "Ivy Bridge" Core/Pentium processors. The measurement isolates the power draw of the IGP from the rest of the processor. TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.6.3 fixes crashes related to OpenCL detection (when using Intel drivers), with improved OpenCL drivers on Intel and AMD graphics drivers. It adds voltage monitoring for Radeon HD 7700 series. Boost clock detection is improved for NVIDIA "Kepler" architecture GPUs.

DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.6.3, GPU-Z 0.6.3 ASUS ROG Edition

The complete change-log follows.

  • Added support for NVIDIA GT 620, GT 630, GT 640, GTX 660, Tesla M2090, Quadro 1100M, Quadro 5000M, NVS 5400M, G610M, GT 620M, GT 630M, GT640M LE, GT 660M
  • Added support for AMD Trinity, HD 7570, HD 7670, HD 6610M, HD 7550M, HD 7850M, HD 7520G, HD 7640G
  • Added warning when OpenCL detection crashed (usually caused by buggy Intel Ivy Bridge GPU drivers)
  • Fixed OpenCL detection for Intel, AMD Cape Verde
  • Improved NVIDIA Kepler boost clock detection
  • Shader clock readout will now be "N/A" when not available
  • Bus interface for Fusion and Intel SB/IB will now be "N/A"
  • Fixed crash on ATI related to BIOS reading
  • Added GPU Power consumption monitoring for Sandy Bridge & Ivy Bridge
  • Added voltage monitoring for HD 7700 Series
  • Fixed crashes on Windows 8
  • Installer will not be launched when GPU-Z is started using -dump
  • Added Icon and Publisher name to Installer
  • Sensor log checkbox will uncheck properly
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19 Comments on TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.6.3 Released

#1
NHKS
by: btarunr
.... adds support for NVIDIA GPUs including GeForce GT 620, GT 630, GT 640, GTX 660, ....
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hmmm...
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#2
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
Not a typo.
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#3
Easo
Uhh, how about MOAR languages? :P
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#4
Jegergrim
Not sure if this is the appropriate section, but do you know when/if 79xx series gets VRM-temperature sensors support? Only program that can check them so far seems to be HWiNNFO64.
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#6
LTUGamer
by: btarunr
Not a typo.
Screenshot with GTX 660 card would be better :)
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#7
Dj-ElectriC
Lawsuit from NVIDIA for breaking the NDA contract isn't that much better...
Could do what others do, find the one who actually put up a picture and tell everybody its the source :innocentface:
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#8
erocker
by: Dj-ElectriC
Lawsuit from NVIDIA for breaking the NDA contract isn't that much better...
Could do what others do, find the one who actually put up a picture and tell everybody its the source :innocentface:
Lol, I don't think any NDA has been broken.

by: W1zzard
http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?p=2676831#post2676831

does this work ?
Works great. Thank you!

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#9
W1zzard
actually it doesnt... the temperature barely moves. i think that's why i didnt include it in gpuz. i have a newer vtx3d hd 7970, reference design too, where it goes up to like 50°C
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#10
erocker
It's water cooled. HWInfo shows the same results.
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#11
james888
Shows the same as HWInfo for me too for a 7970 cooled with an artic accellero which is not known for good vrm temps.
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#12
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
bta, you should really mark these GPU-Z posts as press releases. It's what they are and would look cool. :cool:
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#13
mastrdrver
by: btarunr
  • Added warning when OpenCL detection crashed (usually caused by buggy Intel Ivy Bridge GPU drivers)
  • I lul when I read this. :laugh:
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    #14
    yapchagi
    still won't show VRAM amount on GTX 670 4 GB SC card. It just shows zero.
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    #15
    W1zzard
    by: yapchagi
    still won't show VRAM amount on GTX 670 4 GB SC card. It just shows zero.
    there is a test build for that in the gpuz test builds subforum now
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    #16
    DOM
    erocker

    How high doesn't your vrm temps go on water ?

    I tested it on my wc and stock 7970 works on both wiz
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    #17
    yapchagi
    by: W1zzard
    there is a test build for that in the gpuz test builds subforum now
    so I assume that there's going to be another version of GPUZ in the future that can read VRAM larger than 3 GB.
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