Friday, December 20th 2013

TechPowerUp Releases GPU-Z 0.7.5

TechPowerUp announced the latest update to GPU-Z, our popular graphics sub-system information, diagnostic, and monitoring utility. Version 0.7.5 introduces support for some of the newly launched GPUs, a handful of bug-fixes, and stability updates. To begin with, GPU-Z 0.7.5 introduces support for six AMD GPUs, including Radeon R7 260, HD 7600A, HD 8850M, HD 8400, HD 8240, HD 7620G; six NVIDIA GPUs, including GeForce 705A, GTX 645, GTX 650 OEM, Grid K260Q, Quadro K5100M, K6000; and GMA (Bay Trail), and HD 4200 from Intel.

TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.7.5 also addresses a few rare crashes noted when detecting NVIDIA CUDA, or when running NVIDIA Optimus. Voltage monitoring support for graphics cards based on AMD "Bonaire" and "Pitcairn" GPUs is improved. BIOS reading (for extraction or uploading) on graphics cards based on AMD "Mars" and "Oland" GPUs is improved. Developers taking advantage of the shared memory area of GPU-Z for their apps can rejoice with data update frequency restored to 1 second.
DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.7.5 | GPU-Z 0.7.5 ASUS ROG Themed

The complete change-log follows.

  • Fixed crash/hang on NVIDIA Optimus
  • Fixed crash during CUDA detection
  • Added voltage monitoring support for new Bonaire/Pitcairn SKUs
  • Fixed BIOS reading on AMD Mars and Oland
  • Added support for AMD Radeon R7 260, HD 7600A, HD 8850M, HD 8400, HD 8240, HD 7620G
  • Added support for NVIDIA GeForce 705A, GTX 645, GTX 650 OEM, Grid K260Q, Quadro K5100M, K6000
  • Added support for Intel GMA (Bay Trail), HD 4200
  • Windows 8.1 will now be detected properly
  • Sensor data in shared memory will now update once per second, as intended
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10 Comments on TechPowerUp Releases GPU-Z 0.7.5

#1
Pandora's Box
This still detects the GTX 780 TI as Revision A1, should be B1, no?
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#2
W1zzard
Revision is read directly from the GPU. It seems NVIDIA didn't update the revision field
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#3
shhnedo
Fixed crash/hang on NVIDIA Optimus
Been waiting for this. Thanks wizz. :)

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#4
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
I'd love to tell people I've got a GeForce 705A just for that wtf?! look. :laugh:
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#5
Cheeseball
What is the market for the GeForce 705A anyway? Mobile?

The Intel HD GPU in the lower Ivy Bridge/Haswell Celerons and Pentiums seem to be better than it, and of course the HD7xxx/HD8xxxx GPU in the lower-end AMD APUs blow it out of the water.

Where does it belong?
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#6
IamEzio
by: Cheeseball
What is the market for the GeForce 705A anyway? Mobile?

The Intel HD GPU in the lower Ivy Bridge/Haswell Celerons and Pentiums seem to be better than it, and of course the HD7xxx/HD8xxxx GPU in the lower-end AMD APUs blow it out of the water.

Where does it belong?
Recycle bin ?
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#7
Constantine Yevseyev
by: Cheeseball
What is the market for the GeForce 705A anyway? Mobile?

The Intel HD GPU in the lower Ivy Bridge/Haswell Celerons and Pentiums seem to be better than it, and of course the HD7xxx/HD8xxxx GPU in the lower-end AMD APUs blow it out of the water.

Where does it belong?
Trash can?
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#8
john_
The same problem with GT620
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#9
W1zzard
by: john_
The same problem with GT620
is your card manually overclocked?
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#10
john_
by: W1zzard
is your card manually overclocked?
Yes with Nvidia inspector. Just applied defaults and memory in sensors tab still shows half the speed. About the gpu speed. It shows double the overclock. Going from 700 to 750 will show 800MHz. Going to 800MHz will show 900MHz.
Maybe a unique case with this specific model.
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