Friday, May 29th 2020

TechPowerUp GPU-Z 2.32.0 Releases: Cutting-Edge New Features

TechPowerUp today released the latest version of GPU-Z, the popular graphics subsystem information, diagnostic, and monitoring utility. Version 2.32.0 introduces a wealth of new cutting edge features. To begin with, we enabled a large selection of new per-rail power sensors for NVIDIA GPUs, including the ability to tell power draw per specific PCIe power connector, power draw at the PCIe slot, power draw from the USB-C port (VirtualLink port), and GPU ASIC-only power draw, among a wealth of other new sensors.

We also introduced the ability to tell the Q0 stepping of Intel "Comet Lake-S" Core desktop processors apart from the G1 stepping. This feature should be particularly useful when re-selling your 10th gen Core processors that have multiple steppings, as you can use the GPU-Z Database validation or screenshot as proof of stepping to a prospective buyer. Among the new GPUs and CPUs supported are Intel 10th gen Core, AMD Radeon Pro W5700X, WX 4170; NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti (mobile), and Tesla V100S-PCIe 32 GB. Support is also added for Windows 10 May 2020 Update. We fixed the WDDM 2.7 hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling readout in the "Advanced" tab for AMD graphics cards. Grab TechPowerUp GPU-Z 2.32.0 from the link below.

DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z 2.32.0
The change-log follows.

  • Added NVIDIA per-rail voltage and power monitoring
  • Fixed WDDM 2.7 Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling readout in Advanced Tab to report "Disabled, not supported" instead of "Unknown (8)" on Windows 10 2004 with AMD graphics card
  • Added support for Intel Comet Lake 10th Generation CPUs
  • Added support for AMD Radeon Pro W5700X, WX 4170
  • Added support for GTX 1650 Ti Mobile (TU116-A), NVIDIA Tesla V100S-PCIE-32 GB
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27 Comments on TechPowerUp GPU-Z 2.32.0 Releases: Cutting-Edge New Features

#1
Ed_1
Wow, nice work, slot wattage, voltage readings for PCI-E rails and slot would have been really helpful back when moding 970 power tables in the bios, still are very helpful with locked bios too.
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#3
EarthDog
Sweet! Thanks for the hardwork! :)
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#4
95Viper
Ditto... Thanks Wizzard!
Works great... no problems.
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#5
ARF


Unfortunately, it doesn't read the Pixel and Texture Fillrates and GPU Clock on Vega 8.
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#6
W1zzard
ARF


Unfortunately, it doesn't read the Pixel and Texture Fillrates and GPU Clock on Vega 8.
Can you get me the top part of the window too?
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#7
captain_hook
"We also introduced the ability to tell the Q0 stepping of Intel "Comet Lake-S" Core desktop processors apart from the G1 stepping. This feature should be particularly useful when re-selling your 10th gen Core processors that have multiple steppings, as you can use the GPU-Z Database validation or screenshot as proof of stepping to a prospective buyer "

Where is that?
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#8
ARF
W1zzard
Can you get me the top part of the window too?
Yes, of course :)
There are several different readings there.

Is Vulkan not supported on this iGPU?





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#9
Chrispy_
Same thing, old 2700U here. Screenshot if it helps!



Old driver, I'll update now and see if that does what ARFs does....

UPDATE:
Adrenaline 20.5.1 installed, no change.
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#10
W1zzard
ARF
Is Vulkan not supported on this iGPU?
Check if you can run some sort of Vulkan demo, GPU Caps Viewer should have some.
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#11
Cheeseball
Not a Potato
W1zzard
Check if you can run some sort of Vulkan demo, GPU Caps Viewer should have some.
What 2080 Super OEM is that in your first screenshot?
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#12
dj-electric
This update is kind of insane, especially for some of us who can easily use that power monitoring for other things.

Thank you, based W1zzard.
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#13
Alexandrus
Hmm, what is the PRO tab ? Only appears in the last screenshot.
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#15
jtalll
Win10 2004
NV 450.99
2080 ti
DX12 Mesh Shaders Supported NO??
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#16
IceScreamer
Something looks off with power usage, this is on idle.

and this is on load (PCI-e render test).

Power draw and especially voltages seem off, this is on both latest driver and 445.87. The card performs as it should otherwise.
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#17
Caring1
captain_hook
"We also introduced the ability to tell the Q0 stepping of Intel "Comet Lake-S" Core desktop processors apart from the G1 stepping. This feature should be particularly useful when re-selling your 10th gen Core processors that have multiple steppings, as you can use the GPU-Z Database validation or screenshot as proof of stepping to a prospective buyer "

Where is that?
Integrated GPU, look at the stepping code.
Shown in this pic as Revision Code.
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#18
W1zzard
jtalll
DX12 Mesh Shaders Supported NO??
It seems mesh shaders aren't supported yet by NVIDIA. Are you aware of any demo that can actually test this?
Caring1
Integrated GPU, look at the stepping code.
Shown in this pic as Revision Code.
working as intended?
IceScreamer
Power draw and especially voltages seem off, this is on both latest driver and 445.87. The card performs as it should otherwise.
Power consumption % TDP seeems to be stuck at 0, too. Maybe that 1050 doesn't have board power measurement circuitry?
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#19
xtreemchaos
thats grand work chaps, thank you very much, ill be playing with it today :)
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#20
JackOO7
harm9963
Cool!

Hmm..

In your case it seems that the "Board power draw" is the sum of the power draw of the two 6/8 pin connectors plus the pci-e slot (174.5+75.6+47.8=297.9 W) and the GPU consumes a big fraction (210.4 W) of that. Like one would expect.

In my case it looks like the GPU consumes (16.2 W) more power than the complete board (13.6 W)?
This is on idle tough.

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#21
agent_x007
Shouldn't 12V voltages be the same across all 12V lines ?
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#22
mechtech
Wow lots of drop down options under the advanced tab!!

Everything seems as it should for my RX 480
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#23
ppn
agent_x007
Shouldn't 12V voltages be the same across all 12V lines ?
for the PCIe slot drop over thinner lines.
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#24
Athlonite
Ok so what is needed to support this WDDM 2.7 hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling other than Windows 10 pro x64 2004 and radeon 20.5.1 drivers
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#25
W1zzard
Athlonite
Ok so what is needed to support this WDDM 2.7 hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling other than Windows 10 pro x64 2004 and radeon 20.5.1 drivers
AMD's 20.5.1 drivers do not have support for that feature, I'm sure they'll add it in an upcoming driver release
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