Wednesday, March 25th 2009

TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.3.3 Released

TechPowerUp today introduced GPU-Z version 0.3.3, our graphics sub-system diagnostic utility that provides information on the computer's installed graphics hardware, their various specifications, and provides real-time updates on their parameters such as clock-speeds, temperatures, and fan-speeds. GPU-Z is backed by our overclock validation system and an extensive video card BIOS database.

With version 0.3.3, the application expands its support base to some popular upcoming products, namely ATI Radeon HD 4700 desktop series, Radeon HD 4890, and GeForce GTX 275. Some common bugs found with previous versions, notably GT200 process size calculation, and G98 SP counts, have been fixed.

For more information and to download, please visit the download page.
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10 Comments on TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.3.3 Released

#1
ShRoOmAlIsTiC
any chance the crossfire detection in vista 64bit is gonna get fixed soon?
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#2
air_ii
This means Wizzard got his hands already on a 4890?
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#3
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Thats what I would infer. I look forward to a review soon. Also, Im eagerly awaiting ATI Tools successor. I like using Catalyst to OC my card, but Id like a bit more stressing to be done.
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#4
mtosev
i love this tool
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#5
W1zzard
by: ShRoOmAlIsTiC
any chance the crossfire detection in vista 64bit is gonna get fixed soon?
its still broken?
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#6
alexp999
Staff
Just a couple of things with this version.

Now I now Windows 7 is still beta but, forceware version detection is wrong. It says I'm on version 1000181.71, lol.

Also, the box for the temp monitoring page arent quite big enough so the drop down arrow covers the words, not really a bug, just something i noticed.

Otherwise great as usual

:toast:
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#7
alexp999
Staff
Here is it doing that greyed out tabs thing.

All you have to do is mouse over the tabs a couple of times and it greys them out, mouse over again and they are back to normal.

At one time it also greyed out the entire monitoring page, but I cant seem to replicate that again.

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#8
human_error
It's not picking up my gpu or memory overclocks in Vista64 ultimate with ati 4870x2 on the catalyst 8.11 x58 hotfix drivers - it's showing the default clockspeed instead.
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#9
Pete1burn
The one frustrating thing with GPU-Z is it has like 5 temp monitors for my 4850X2 and I can't see the temps of both cores at once. It's an awesome program, I just want to be able to see all of my temps in one window. Am I just missing something?
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