Wednesday, May 27th 2015

TechPowerUp Announces GPU-Z 0.8.3

TechPowerUp announced the latest version of GPU-Z, the popular graphics system information, monitoring, and diagnostic utility. Version 0.8.3 adds support for new GPUs, updates support for existing ones, adds new features, and addresses some bugs. To begin with, GPU-Z adds a new feature that tells you if the video BIOS embeds a UEFI module or not, letting you use some of the newer OS features such as Secure Boot and Fast Boot.

GPU-Z 0.8.3 comes with support for new and upcoming GPUs, such as NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti, GTX 965M, GTX 950M, NVS315, and GT 750 (GK106). On the AMD front, it adds support for AMD "Fiji" GPU, with its new memory technology; and "Mullins" APU (Radeon R2 and R3 series). It also adds support for the integrated graphics cores inside several Intel Core "Broadwell" CPUs. OpenCL detection code is improved, and a missing PerfCap sensor bug is fixed.
DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.8.3 | GPU-Z 0.8.3 ASUS ROG Themed

The complete change-log follows.

  • Added VGA BIOS UEFI support indicator
  • Added support for NVIDIA GTX 980 Ti, GTX 965M, GTX 950M, NVS315, GT 750 (GK106)
  • Added support for AMD Fiji, Radeon R2/R3 Graphics (Mullins APU)
  • Added support for various Intel Broadwell SKUs
  • Fixed missing NVIDIA PerfCap sensor in some cases
  • Added support for HBM memory
  • Fixed GT200B die size
  • Fixed some NV42 specs
  • Improved OpenCL detection code
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15 Comments on TechPowerUp Announces GPU-Z 0.8.3

#1
AlienIsGOD


CUDA and Open CL checkmarks missing on my 680 with this version
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#2
MakeDeluxe
"GPU-Z 0.8.3 comes with support for new and upcoming GPUs, such as NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti..."

So you DO have one of those already!
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#3
IvantheDugtrio
What would be needed to make a Linux version of this?
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#4
W1zzard
AlienIsGOD, post: 3287983, member: 57450"


CUDA and Open CL checkmarks missing on my 680 with this version
Previous version worked correctly?

IvantheDugtrio, post: 3288000, member: 147688"
What would be needed to make a Linux version of this?
No plans for a Linux version at this time.
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#5
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
why is there GPU-Z asus nad not other brands such EVGa, Ggiabyte and MSI?

Regards,
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#6
AlienIsGOD
W1zzard, post: 3288064, member: 1"
Previous version worked correctly?


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yes :)
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#7
dj-electric
peche, post: 3288070, member: 153520"
why is there GPU-Z asus nad not other brands such EVGa, Ggiabyte and MSI?

Regards,
I think that w1zz is a working man, not a brand fan. He needs to make a living.
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#9
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Dj-ElectriC, post: 3288072, member: 87186"
I think that w1zz is a working man, not a brand fan. He needs to make a living.
well i was just asking ....:rolleyes:
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#10
damric
What is the Kepler GT 750? I'm guessing something to replace the Maxwell GTX 750? Did anyone ever verify if the GTX 750 had the same gimped memory problems as the GTX 970?
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#11
64K
damric, post: 3288108, member: 81583"
What is the Kepler GT 750? I'm guessing something to replace the Maxwell GTX 750? Did anyone ever verify if the GTX 750 had the same gimped memory problems as the GTX 970?
That's odd because it's a Kepler chip not a Maxwell like the GTX 750/750 Ti. The GK106 was the chip that Nvidia used for the GTX 650/650 Ti and the GTX 660.
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#12
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
peche, post: 3288070, member: 153520"
why is there GPU-Z asus nad not other brands such EVGa, Ggiabyte and MSI?

Regards,
Because ASUS bought themselves that skinned variant.
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#13
W1zzard
AlienIsGOD, post: 3287983, member: 57450"


CUDA and Open CL checkmarks missing on my 680 with this version
Works for me (GTX 680, latest NV driver). Could you check old and new version side by side?
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#14
AlienIsGOD
both versions are showing no checkboxes, i know for a fact that it was checked before. Maybe Win 10 and the new Nvidia whql drivers are messing the readings up some how.
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#15
W1zzard
AlienIsGOD, post: 3288381, member: 57450"
both versions are showing no checkboxes, i know for a fact that it was checked before. Maybe Win 10 and the new Nvidia whql drivers are messing the readings up some how.
that's probably it. could you check with a cuda / opencl if it even works ?
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