Friday, December 9th 2016

TechPowerUp GPU-Z 1.14.0 Released

TechPowerUp today released the latest version of TechPowerUp GPU-Z. Version 1.14.0 introduces new features, addresses various bugs, improves the user-interface, and adds support for new graphics cards. To begin with, GPU-Z can detect clocks set by AMD Radeon WattMan on older Graphics CoreNext graphics cards, as enabled by the latest Crimson ReLive drivers.

GPU-Z 1.14.0 fixes a memory leak noticed when GPU-Z is running for extended periods on machines with NVIDIA "Pascal" graphics cards. The driver WHQL status detection has been improved. The way GPU-Z reports bus interface has been improved. GPU-Z can now properly tell between DDR3 and DDR4 memory types on AMD "Kaveri" integrated graphics. GPU-Z 1.14.0 adds support for AMD Radeon Pro Duo, Radeon Pro WX7100, WX5100, WX4100, and early support for AMD "Stoney." We've also added support for various VIA graphics solutions.
DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z 1.14.0 | GPU-Z 1.14.0 ASUS ROG Themed

The change-log follows.

  • Added support for Wattman overclocking on older AMD Radeon cards
  • Fixed memory leak when running for long time on NVIDIA Pascal
  • Fixed driver WHQL detection
  • WHQL status is now displayed after the version name
  • Fixed reporting format of PCIe bus interface
  • Integrated graphics now display N/A as bus interface
  • Fixed double error message on startup when log file can't be written to
  • Fixed Kaveri DDR3/DDR4 detection
  • Added support for AMD Radeon Pro Duo, WX 7100, WX 5100, WX 4100, early support for AMD Stoney
  • Added support for VIA graphics
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17 Comments on TechPowerUp GPU-Z 1.14.0 Released

#1
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
Will be downloading this forthwith. :D
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#3
Caring1
Same issue with my R9 270.
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#6
wteSmithy
the54thvoid, post: 3567173, member: 79251"
What is AMD "Stoney"???
It's AMD's A-series APU 'Stoney Ridge' or 'Bristol Ridge' - latter more grunt while Stoney is budget-oriented. They were both announced at Computex in June 2016.
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#7
W1zzard
Caring1, post: 3567162, member: 153156"
Same issue with my R9 270.
CAPSLOCKSTUCK, post: 3567160, member: 129407"

Fixed, download 1.14 which I just uploaded.
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#10
xpredator_13
There is no VRM temp sensor on my R9 Nano anymore...what happened to this new drivers? They seen to have disabled VRM temperature probes for the Nano?!

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#11
tvamos
Lookup for my Nitro+ RX 470 8GB is still wrong, as it shows up as Nitro+ RX480 8GB
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#12
Easo
Are there any plans to add any additonal translations? Seems like that project died some time ago.
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#13
T4C Fantasy
CPU & GPU DB Maintainer
tvamos, post: 3567335, member: 162758"
Lookup for my Nitro+ RX 470 8GB is still wrong, as it shows up as Nitro+ RX480 8GB
because its the same exact ID, blame sapphire for being lazy
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#14
Liquid Cool
If you're using linux on a folding rig, or as a daily driver....I-Nex is a GPU-Z/CPU-Z substitute. Probably not as powerful as either program...but better than nothing....:).



Best Regards,

Liquid Cool
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#15
RejZoR
Added support for Wattman overclocking on older AMD Radeon cards

What does this mean? Overclocking function in GPU-Z or just a setting to enable it in Crimson panel?
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#16
CAPSLOCKSTUCK
Spaced Out Lunar Tick
Theres no wattman option for HD7970 (tahiti) or if there is i cant find it
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#17
biffzinker
CAPSLOCKSTUCK, post: 3567843, member: 129407"
Theres no wattman option for HD7970 (tahiti) or if there is i cant find it
Same for me, there's no option for Wattman with a R9 280 in the Crimson Relive drivers (old dial GUI/Overdrive.) But you have the new Chill option on the bottom.
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