Friday, March 26th 2010

TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.4.0 Released, Packs Special Hardware Giveaway

TechPowerUp today introduced version 0.4.0 of GPU-Z, the popular graphics-subsystem information and monitoring utility. The release comes in the midst of a number of new graphics processors from various vendors, and hence adds support for most of them. To begin with GPU-Z now supports NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480, GeForce GTX 470 GPUs (launched today), it adds voltage monitoring support for ATI Radeon HD 5750, ATI Radeon HD 5830, and MSI R5870 Lightning. It supports Intel "Pineview" Atom processors with embedded graphics processors. It correctly reads memory actual clock speeds for NVIDIA GPUs with GDDR5 memory interface, adds tooltip language support for Traditional Chinese and Albanian, and more standards-compliant method of calculating memory bandwidth.

With this release, ASUS and TechPowerUp team up for a special Hardware Giveaway, a simple form to fill, and you will stand a chance to win some epic pieces of hardware from ASUS' elite Republic of Gamers series. To participate, complete and submit a simple questionnaire in the "Hardware Giveaway" tab of GPU-Z 0.4.0. The giveaway is open to GPU-Z users of all nationalities, participation is free of charge. More details such as what prizes are up for grabs, and terms and conditions can be found in that tab.

DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.4.0

A complete list of changes (changelog) follows:

  • Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 470 and GTX 480
  • Added voltage monitoring for HD 5750, 5830, 5870 Lightning
  • Added support for Intel Pineview
  • Fixed double memory clock reading on NVIDIA w/ GDDR5 (real clock is now displayed)
  • Fixed rounding errors in RV7xx and Evergreen fan monitoring code
  • Added tooltip translations for Albanian and Chinese Traditional
  • Memory bandwidth calculation uses GB now instead of GiB
  • Added new Hardware Giveaway tab in cooperation with ASUS
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40 Comments on TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.4.0 Released, Packs Special Hardware Giveaway

#2
DarkOCean
i think it calculates bandwith wrong
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#6
theonedub
habe fidem
Am I doing something wrong?:



The senors page correctly lists my OCed clocks and everything was fine in the previous version.

Hmm, lists the second GTx 275 fine. Must be my comp :o
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#7
Lionheart
Yeah I got the same thing. Why has it changed to GiB?:cry:
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#9
W1zzard
it has changed FROM GiB TO GB
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#10
Kantastic
theonedub
Am I doing something wrong?:

http://img.techpowerup.org/100326/275.jpg

The senors page correctly lists my OCed clocks and everything was fine in the previous version.

Hmm, lists the second GTx 275 fine. Must be my comp :o
Same issue with my onboard HD 3200.
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#12
W1zzard
redownload 0.4.0 if you get missing clocks on nvidia
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#13
Kantastic
W1zzard
redownload 0.4.0 if you get missing clocks on nvidia
What about ATI?
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#14
W1zzard
Kantastic
What about ATI?
whats wrong on ati ? nevermind .. you're on that hd 4200 .. i saw the bug report but havent had time to fix it
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#15
Kantastic
W1zzard
whats wrong on ati ? nevermind .. you're on that hd 4200 .. i saw the bug report but havent had time to fix it
Right now I'm on the HD 3200 if it makes a difference. Please do update this thread if you get a chance to fix it. :toast:
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#16
mlee49
Nice work with the corporate sponsorship!!! Asus of all people!!!

Totally downloaded and registered for the goodies!!
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#17
1c3d0g
Thanks guys, for making an easy to use tool such as GPU-X, and of course for making the prizes available to everyone around the world. :)
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#18
MilkyWay
Thanks for the giveaway, appreciate the collaboration between the website and companies.

Works fine for me and i also like the monitoring its pretty handy.
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#19
mstenholm
So the new 480 OC 10% on memory, core and shader (first screen shoot). Not bad.
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#20
sweeper
Sweet!!!! Thanks guys!!!!
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#21
GSquadron
How to change language?

How to change gpu-z in albanian?
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#22
W1zzard
Aleksander Dishnica
How to change gpu-z in albanian?
this is only for the tooltips .. system menu -> tooltip language or something
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#23
Unregistered
Excelnt. Good job with that ASUS sponsorship! Nice deals btw...
#25
mtosev
i entered but i know i won't win anything. lol
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