Tuesday, January 16th 2018

TechPowerUp Releases GPU-Z 2.6.0

TechPowerUp today released the latest version of GPU-Z, the popular graphics subsystem information, monitoring, and diagnostic utility. Version 2.6.0 adds support for new GPUs, and fixed several critical bugs. To begin with, GPU-Z 2.6.0 adds support for NVIDIA TITAN V, GeForce GTX 1060 5GB, Tesla K40m, GeForce 825M, Quadro M520, NVIDIA NVS 810, NVIDIA Grid M6-8Q; AMD "Raven Ridge" APUs (RX Vega 8), and Radeon Pro WX9100; and Intel HD Graphics P630, UHD Graphics 630, Gemini Lake UHD Graphics 600. Support is added for AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition.

Among the critical bugs fixed are the application failing to start on some systems due to a broken executable compressor, system crashes experienced on machines with Radeon RX Vega series GPUs, and an application crash on machines with graphics cards that have an empty board id (eg: MSI RX 580 Armor). Fan RPM monitoring is fixed on AMD RX Vega GPUs. Other fixes include "GP100" die-size (correction), and AMD RX 550 "Baffin" reported as "Polaris 21," Intel "Braswell" EU count. Grab it from the link below.
DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z 2.6.0

The change-log follows.

  • Sensor refresh will no longer lag the GPU-Z window
  • Fixed GPU-Z not starting at all due to broken UPX EXE compressor
  • Fixed crashes on RX Vega
  • Fixed fan RPM monitoring on RX Vega
  • Added support for Radeon Adrenalin Edition
  • RX560 GPU renamed from Baffin to Polaris 21 at AMD's request
  • Added support for NVIDIA Titan V, GeForce GTX 1060 5 GB, Tesla K40m, GeForce 825M, Quadro M520, NVIDIA NVS 810, NVIDIA Grid M6-8Q
  • Added support for AMD Vega 8 Raven Ridge Graphics, Pro WX 9100
  • Added support for Intel HD Graphics P630, UHD Graphics 630, Gemini Lake UHD Graphics 600
  • Fixed GP100 die size
  • Fixed Braswell 16 vs 12 EU count
  • Fixed crash on AMD cards with empty board Id (MSI RX 580 Armor)
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8 Comments on TechPowerUp Releases GPU-Z 2.6.0

#1
kokodzambo

Shaders, ROPs and TMUs was shown before update.
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#2
Sartnir

WHAT just happend with the "?" symbol and the fps is fall down DRAMATICALLY?
o_O
I mean the non full screen render test?
From about 400 fps at the gtx 1070 is showing only 120 ...........the highest
:/
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#3
Zubasa
I wonder if this will ever be enabled.
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#4
W1zzard
Sartnir

WHAT just happend with the "?" symbol and the fps is fall down DRAMATICALLY?
o_O
I mean the non full screen render test?
From about 400 fps at the gtx 1070 is showing only 120 ...........the highest
:/
The render test is unchanged and not a benchmark, so FPS shouldn't matter anyway. When you go back to 2.5.0 FPS goes up?
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#5
Sartnir
W1zzard
The render test is unchanged and not a benchmark, so FPS shouldn't matter anyway. When you go back to 2.5.0 FPS goes up?
YES it does............and it hits about 400 fps........
;)
W1zzard
The render test is unchanged and not a benchmark, so FPS shouldn't matter anyway. When you go back to 2.5.0 FPS goes up?
EVEN the whole system struggles in 2.6.0 when i "test it"...............than the 2.5.0 "flows" normally.....!!!
o_O
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#6
W1zzard
Sartnir
YES it does............and it hits about 400 fps........
;)



EVEN the whole system struggles in 2.6.0 when i "test it"...............than the 2.5.0 "flows" normally.....!!!
o_O
What CPU do you have?
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#7
Sartnir
W1zzard
What CPU do you have?
Sorry for the late reply.............4770
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#8
kn00tcn
Sartnir
EVEN the whole system struggles in 2.6.0 when i "test it"...............than the 2.5.0 "flows" normally.....!!!
what about fullscreen? what about any other light benchmark or furmark while gpuz is open vs closed vs old version? what do the sensors say?
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