Friday, May 28th 2021

TechPowerUp GPU-Z v2.40.0 Released

TechPowerUp today released the latest version of TechPowerUp GPU-Z, the popular graphics sub-system information and diagnostic utility. The latest version 2.40.0 introduces a couple of new features, and support for upcoming graphics cards. To begin with, support is added for the new GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, RTX 3070 Ti, LHR (lite hash-rate) versions of the RTX 3080, RTX 3070, RTX 3060 Ti; RTX 3050 Laptop; RTX A4000, and T600 accelerator.

TechPowerUp GPU-Z also introduces a handful feature, including a more detailed report on the the status of Resizable BAR in your machine. Find this feature in the Advanced tab, or you can simply click on the Resizable-BAR status on the Main tab to take you there. The marketing clock-speeds of AMD RDNA2 based graphics cards in the Advanced tab will now also show the rated memory frequency. Grab GPU-Z from the link below.

DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z v2.40.0
The change-log follows.

  • Added a detailed PCIe Resizable BAR report to Advanced Panel
  • Clicking the Resizable BAR status on main screen will open Advanced Panel, PCIe Resizable BAR report
  • On AMD, the RDNA2 marketing clocks report in Advanced Panel will now also show rated memory frequency
  • Added support for negative temperature monitoring on AMD
  • Added support for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, RTX 3070 Ti, RTX 3080 LHR, RTX 3070 LHR, RTX 3060 Ti LHR, RTX 3050 Mobile, RTX A4000, T600
  • Added support for ATI FirePro RG220
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8 Comments on TechPowerUp GPU-Z v2.40.0 Released

#1
DeeJay1001
Finally an easy an reliable way to check Resizable Bar / SAM status.
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#2
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
Epic utility @W1zzard as always, thankyou.

I'm just wondering, looking at the RSB entry in the Advanced tab, it correctly reports that the card doesn't support it (RTX 2080 SUPER) and in a nice succinct way too. Is it possible to also show that the mobo doesn't support it either, by looking at the chipset and / or BIOS perhaps, or would that require knowledge of every mobo out there and thus be impractical?

In my case, it's a 2700K sitting on a Z68 mobo, about a decade too old for this feature.
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#3
Caring1
Downloaded and installed.
Thank you.
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#4
W1zzard
qubitIs it possible to also show that the mobo doesn't support it either, by looking at the chipset and / or BIOS perhaps, or would that require knowledge of every mobo out there and thus be impractical?
No idea how to detect that capability. Making a database of supported devices seems impractical. Also with BIOS updates, the situation becomes even more fluid
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#5
xBruce88x
Slight typo perhaps but I think "handful" towards the beginning of the 2nd paragraph should be "handy"

As for Bar support, maybe gpuz could detect supported chipsets, then show a note saying the chipset of the motherboard supports it or not and to confirm with motherboard manufacturer. For the moment the list of supported chipset is smaller so an "if chipset x the support equal y/n" flag could be added. Having a support list of chipset will be easier than trying to dig into every bios, just have a message to confirm with the motherboard manufacturer/OEM. Chipset detection could be driver based like with the gpu so a note to make sure drivers are updated may be needed too.

I've always loved gpuz. Any plans for a retro edition that could pull info for older hardware?
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#6
W1zzard
xBruce88xAny plans for a retro edition that could pull info for older hardware?
Older hardware (up to around year 2000, so more than 20 years) should be detected perfectly fine

What do you have issues with?
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#7
cellar door
Would it be possible to include memory junction temp on rdna2, also the gpu voltage is not reading properly on rdna2
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#8
chrcoluk
New rebar information looks nice.
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