Friday, August 10th 2012

TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.6.4 Released

TechPowerUp launched the latest version of GPU-Z, the popular graphics sub-system information and diagnostic utility that gives you technical details of installed graphics hardware, and lets you monitor clock-speeds, voltages, temperatures, graphics memory usage, ASIC quality, and several other parameters. Version 0.6.4 adds/refines support for several upcoming NVIDIA GPUs, such as GeForce GTX 660 Ti, GeForce GTX 660, GeForce GTX/S 650, GeForce 610, and GeForce GTX 680M; Intel GMA 3600 (ROP count); AMD "Trinity" APUs (clock reading accuracy) and AMD FirePro 2270.

GPU-Z 0.6.4 also changes the way multiple GPUs in a system are sorted in the GPU selection drop-down list. They are now arranged by display-outputs. GPU-Z now correctly reads memory amount for NVIDIA GPUs with over 4 GB of memory. Support for CHL8288 VRM controller is improved giving accurate temperature readings. A number of stability issues were addressed.
DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.6.4

A list of changes follows.

  • Changed sort order of devices to put devices with connected monitor first
  • Fixed memory size reading for NVIDIA cards with 4 GB or more
  • Fixed AMD Trinity Fusion clock readings
  • Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 Ti, GTX 660, GTX 650, GT 610, GTX 680M
  • Added support for AMD FirePro 2270
  • Fixed ROP and TMU count for Intel GMA 3600
  • Changed sensor label from "VReg Temperature" to "VRM Temperature"
  • Fix for sensors displaying Fahrenheit not being saved properly
  • Added VRM temperature monitoring for CHL8228 based cards
  • Fix for various crashes
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14 Comments on TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.6.4 Released

#2
strandiam
Thanks a lot! I just downloaded and used this for the first time and it was a great help in understanding the troubles I've had with my card.
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#3
Dj-ElectriC
by: Crap Daddy
GK106 is no mistery to Wizz.
maybe, but GK104 isnt for sure.
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#5
Ikaruga
Thanks for the update, works fine here:)

(G92 - ok; GF114 - ok; GF116 - ok (but Pixel Fillrate is still "1/3 bugged")
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#7
ironwolf
US-1 mirror 404'ing for me... FYI
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#8
W1zzard
by: ironwolf
US-1 mirror 404'ing for me... FYI
fixed. thank you
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#10
NutZInTheHead
Memory is off the roof 0.6.3 and up

Seems like there is something wrong with reporting the memory W1zz.



btw hi everyone. I'm new here but been browsing TechPowerUp since ages ago.
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#11
Ikaruga
by: NutZInTheHead
I'm new here but been browsing TechPowerUp since ages ago.
hehe, I also do that everywhere:) I was browsing TPU for many many years and only made my account about a year ago:toast:
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#13
LLegoLLaS
0.5.6

0.5.6 shows wron pixel fillrate in my GTX560OC (11.6 GPixels/s) instead of 26.6 GPixels/s [32ROPS*830MHz) (and yes, 0.5.4 shows correct)
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#14
Maban
by: LLegoLLaS
0.5.6 shows wron pixel fillrate in my GTX560OC (11.6 GPixels/s) instead of 26.6 GPixels/s [32ROPS*830MHz) (and yes, 0.5.4 shows correct)
Each Fermi Streaming Multiprocessor (SM) does 2 pixels per clock. A GTX 560 has 7 SMs enabled. So it would be 7x2x830=11.62 GPixels/s.

Kepler does 4 pixels per SM per clock if anyone is interested in that.
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