Wednesday, October 10th 2012

TechPowerUp GPU-Z v0.6.5 Released

TechPowerUp released the latest version of GPU-Z, the popular graphics subsystem information and diagnostic utility. Version 0.6.5 features the biggest complement of changes this year. To begin with GPU-Z can now reliably extract, save, and upload BIOS from NVIDIA GeForce Kepler family of GPUs. Boost clock detection for GeForce Kepler family is improved; and real-time memory clock monitoring for GeForce Kepler GPUs without Boost is fixed. A working ASIC-quality calculation method is implemented for GeForce Kepler GPUs.

GPU clock and temperature readings are improved for AMD "Trinity" APUs, and stability increased. Support is added for a large number of new GPUs, including AMD Radeon HD 7450A, HD 7730M, HD 7700M, FirePro M4000, W5000; NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti, GT 635M, GT 620M, GeForce 610M, GT 620 (GF119), GT 640 (GF118), Quadro 7000, Quadro K2000M; and Intel 4th Generation Core "Haswell" graphics. Release date and die-size measurements were added for a large number of GPUs. A large number of outstanding bugs were quashed.
DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.6.5 | TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.6.5 ASUS ROG Edition

The change-log follows.

  • Added BIOS save and upload for NVIDIA Kepler GPUs
  • Fixed boost clock detection for NVIDIA Kepler
  • Fixed realtime memory clock monitoring for NVIDIA Kepler cards without Boost
  • Fixed boost clock readout showing for Kepler cards without Boost
  • Fixed clock, temperature readings and crashes on AMD Trinity
  • Fixed uninstaller icon not displaying properly
  • Additional fixes for window getting cut-off on some DPI settings
  • Added working ASIC quality readings for NVIDIA Kepler GPUs
  • Added support for Intel Haswell Graphics
  • Added support for AMD Radeon HD 7450A, HD 7730M, HD 7700M, FirePro M4000, W5000
  • Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti, GT 635M, GT 620M, GeForce 610M, GT 620 (GF119), GT 640 (GF118), Quadro 7000, Quadro K2000M
  • Added release date for GeForce GTX 660 and GTX 650
  • Added die size for NV10, NV11, NV15, NV17, NV18, NV25, NV28, NV30, NV31, NV34, NV35, NV36, NV38, NV42, G70M, G71M, G73M
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26 Comments on TechPowerUp GPU-Z v0.6.5 Released

#2
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
DO you have your icons extra large in display properties? This is a known issuse

Control PanelAll Control Panel ItemsDisplay

Then click default
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#3
W1zzard
yeah i didnt expect those dpi issues to ever get really fixed
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#4
HiSpeed
by: AlienIsGOD
Layout is off :O
Same problem for me, I use large fonts (120dpi)...
The first time I see that ! :mad:

Back to v0.6.4 ! :(
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#5
[H]@RD5TUFF
Sweet thanks for the update!

Loading this from remote desktop too!
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#6
SuperSonic X 316
Hmm, weird, I ran it and my mouse stopped moving then my monitor lost signal. Not sure what happened but I rebooted and am using 0.6.4 again.

Using Catalyst 12.8 drivers on my 5850; I might try it again later in case it was just a random issue.
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#7
Ikaruga
Current GPU (Fermi) clock shows 1000Mhz while it's only 950Mhz (0.6.4 shows it correctly)

edit: it shows the right value (950Mhz) on the sensor page, it's only wrong on the front page.
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#8
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: Ikaruga
Current GPU (Fermi) clock shows 1000Mhz while it's only 950Mhz (0.6.4 shows it correctly)

edit: it shows the right value (950Mhz) on the sensor page, it's only wrong on the front page.


Same on my GTX470. Extra 50mhz on the core clock according to GPUZ.
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#9
AlienIsGOD
by: W1zzard
yeah i didnt expect those dpi issues to ever get really fixed
this is the first release that i've had this issue. Also used larger icons for the better part of 3 years now :p
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#11
Super XP
Thanks TechPowerUp for keeping the ATI logo alive and kicking. :)
Anyhow seems to work great.
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#12
Maban
Clock is wrong for my 470's as well. They should both be 725MHz. One shows 843MHz and the other shows 794MHz.

Also, not that it matters, but the font for the card selection dropdown, close button, and the tabs is different.
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#13
Isenstaedt
by: Super XP
Thanks TechPowerUp for keeping the ATI logo alive and kicking. :)
Anyhow seems to work great.
That's something they haven't fixed yet.

Btw I'm still using the 0.5.8 version since I still have an Evergreen card. No reason to update.
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#14
95Viper
Works good for me... seems quicker, too.

Thanks W1zzard.
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#15
johnspack
Seems to be a clock detection issue on gtx480s:

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#17
crow1001
480 oc detection is fubar. 982 on the core, I wish.


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#18
bim27142
by: btarunr
Added working ASIC quality readings for NVIDIA Kepler GPUs
Ok... The ASIC quality went down from 89 to 68... Has this got to do with this added feature? :confused:
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#19
W1zzard
by: bim27142
Ok... The ASIC quality went down from 89 to 68... Has this got to do with this added feature? :confused:
yes. the old readings were way too high
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#20
bim27142
^^ Oh ok... So is 68 still considered good? Or already bad? :(
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#23
W1zzard
by: Maban
Also, not that it matters, but the font for the card selection dropdown, close button, and the tabs is different.
will be fixed in next release
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#24
rattlerxx
Issue with gpu-z v0.6.5 update

I have an Nvidia gtx 460 overclocked by the MSI afterburner from 675mhz to 800mhz. Gpu-z v0.6.4 correctly identified this overclock; however, v0.6.5 shows the clock at 975mhz? Sisoft Sandra and PC Wizard 2012 Both agree with the 800mhz reading. From other posts there seems to be an issue with the Nvidia GTX 4__ series gpu clock speed being incorrectly identified. Any Ideas?
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#25
Maban
by: rattlerxx
I have an Nvidia gtx 460 overclocked by the MSI afterburner from 675mhz to 800mhz. Gpu-z v0.6.4 correctly identified this overclock; however, v0.6.5 shows the clock at 975mhz? Sisoft Sandra and PC Wizard 2012 Both agree with the 800mhz reading. From other posts there seems to be an issue with the Nvidia GTX 4__ series gpu clock speed being incorrectly identified. Any Ideas?
0.6.5 doubles the overclock on Fermi. It will be fixed in the next release. For now, use the build in this link: http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?p=2743988#post2743988
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