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TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.3.7 Released

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Nov 19, 2009.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    TechPowerUp released the newest version of GPU-Z, our graphics subsystem information and monitoring utility. Version 0.3.7 brings with it some significant feature-set updates that enhance usability, and add the the vast amount of information this tiny utility can display. To begin with, GPU-Z now shows the GPU Computing features your graphics cards support, including whether they support technologies such as DirectCompute, OpenCL, CUDA, and PhysX acceleration. Building on the infotips feature the previous version came with, the Sensors tab now includes handy infotips too. For NVIDIA users, GPU-Z is able to display the exact amount of video memory in use by making use of a new driver-level feature by the company.

    GPU-Z also includes full-support for ATI Radeon HD 5970, NVIDIA GeForce GT 240, and improved support for Intel G41. Detection features have also been added that help determine counterfeit graphics cards that use some old GPUs relabeled as new current-gen GPUs. Several other stability issues have been addressed. GPU-Z is backed by our extensive video-card BIOS database, and overclocking validation system.

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    DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.3.7

    A complete list of changes according to the change log is as follows:

    • Added Infotips for sensors
    • Fixed crash when ATI ULPS CrossFire enabled
    • Added full support for ATI HD 5970 (Hemlock)
    • Added full support for NVIDIA GeForce GT 240 (GT215)
    • Added "ULPS active" note to CrossFire status when ULPS active
    • Fixed overclocks via CCC not showing correctly
    • Added checkboxes to show availability of CUDA, PhysX, OpenCL and DirectX Compute
    • Improved memory type detection for GT 216, GT 218
    • Added voltage monitoring support for HD 5770
    • Disconnected fan now shows correctly in sensors (when detectable via hardware)
    • Improved accuracy of ATI GPU load monitoring
    • Added detection for ATI RV380/RV530 cards relabeled to NVIDIA 9400/9500/9600 GT
    • Added support for NVIDIA 9300 SE, NVS450, GT 240, GTS 250M, G102M
    • Added support for Intel G41
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  2. skylamer

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    gratz and 10x for da new features
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    Do i need special drivers for OpenCL to be checked..running Cat 9.11 final
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    edit #2 i cant read.....
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  4. btarunr

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    No, ATI cards don't support video memory usage readouts. Yes, you need the OpenCL drivers in place. You can look for them here.
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    wolf Performance Enthusiast

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    Indeed, I can conform this, although it probably didn't need it, I use MSI Afterburner to OC and new GPU-Z reads those speeds just fine, and of course alters pixel fillrate, memory bandwidth etc.

    As always top stuff W1zzard :toast:
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    to clarify the gpgpu checkboxes. they only get checked when it is possible to use such feature on your current system with current drivers. just having a dx11 card on xp is not enough to get the dxcompute checkbox for example. for opencl support it just tries to use "opencl.dll" it wont do any fancy path searching like is required with some ati opencl drivers
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    Can you add an OSD of memory usage and add FPS?

    that would be great.
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    I love GPU-Z :)
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    i cant get gpuz to work in win 7 pro 64bit
    the previous version worked but this one does not
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    BTW, does anyone know if it would be possible to add support for the HD 4850, HD 4870, and HD 4890? Right now all three of these show up as "ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series" rather than the specific cards that they are which at this point I've gotten pretty good at identifying based on the GPU/GPU Clock info.

    I'd be happy to provide help on these, and a few others that show up as a generic series like the HD 3850, just say the word. :)
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    I think that's the way it's always been.
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    i have an asus gtx 275 and it says i don't have physx suport i have physx enabled
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    I like the new Memory Usage readout for my NVIDIA cards. Both my cards are running F@H right now and they are using 120-150MB VRAM each.
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    i think W1zzard have some work to do, i have always had PhysX enabled at Nvidia Control Panel and GPU-Z 0.3.7 say i don't :wtf:

    så i think there is a few bugs there needed to be fixed i have uploaded the screenshot ^^;

    but i luv the new features ^^

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    Physx working fine here:

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    I still have a problem with my GeForce 210 showing it has DDR3 (it has DDR2) and my 9800 GT (G92-280-B1, dev ID 0605) is showing as a 65nm (and has been since I bought it a year ago), when it should be 55nm.

    Despite those tiny little nitpicks, I really love GPU-Z. It gets better and better with every release. :)
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    i have the same shit as you mate ,that it shows that i don't have physx support,
    but i have always loved gpu-z en will continue that XD
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    There should be a 'Discuss this in our Forums' link from the download page.

    I like the Memory Used ticker, very nice feature. Thanks Wiz1 :toast:
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    Nice, lots of new goodies, liking this version. Thanks W1zzard.
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    huh, i have directx 11 but no openCL/directcompute is that normal?
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    <--- GTS 250, nvidia
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    i just installed PhysX_9.09.0914_SystemSoftware.exe @ 34,5mb even it's included in the 191.07 Nvidia driver i have installed and GPU-Z now shows PhysX as enabled :wtf:

    i have uploaded screenshot this doesn't make much since :laugh:

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    This utility has grown and matured from something cool, to something I cant live without.
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