Thursday, January 20th 2022

TechPowerUp GPU-Z v2.44.0 Released

TechPowerUp today released the latest version of TechPowerUp GPU-Z, the handy graphics sub-system information and diagnostic utility for gamers and PC enthusiasts. Version 2.44.0 adds support for several new GPUs, feature updates to the Resizable BAR detection, and a handful other fixes. To begin with, GPU-Z adds support for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050, RTX 3080 12 GB, RTX 3070 Ti Mobile, RTX 3050 Ti Mobile, RTX 2060 12 GB, MX550, and a number of other mobile GPUs from NVIDIA. On the AMD front, you get support for Navi 24: Radeon RX 6500 XT, RX 6400, RX 6300M, RX 6500M, PRO W6300M, PRO W6500M, and PRO W660M. Support is also added for Intel "Alder Lake" non-K processors, "Alder Lake" mobile processors, and Xeon processors based on "Rocket Lake."

TechPowerUp GPU-Z can now report the exact base-address register (BAR) size when Resizable BAR is enabled. Find it in the Advanced Panel, under Resizable BAR. Detection of Resizable BAR has been improved. Detection of LHR in certain RTX 3060 cards has been improved to weed out misreporting of LHR. Vendor detection was added for Vastarmor. The internal Screenshot hosting utility now uploads screenshots over HTTPS. The 64-bit Windows Vista name will now include a space character, so "Vista 64" instead of just "Vista64." Grab GPU-Z from the link below.

DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z 2.44.0
The change-log follows.
  • Improved Resizable BAR detection to work better with some edge cases
  • BAR sizes are now reported in in Advanced Panel -> Resizable BAR
  • GPU-Z will report "Vista 64" as operating system, not "Vista64"
  • Screenshots will now be uploaded using https
  • Added vendor detection for Vastarmor
  • Fixed some GeForce RTX 3060 cards getting labeled as LHR
  • Updated release date for AMD Radeon RX 6600
  • Added support for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050, RTX 3080 12 GB, RTX 3070 Ti Mobile, RTX 3050 Ti Mobile (GA106), RTX 2060 12 GB, GT 1010, MX550, GTX 1650 Mobile (TU117-B), RTX A2000 (GA106-B), RTX A4500, A10G, A100 80 GB PCIe, CMP170HX, CMP70HX
  • Added support for AMD Radeon RX 6400, RX 6500 XT, RX 6300M, RX 6500M, W6300M, W6500M, W6600M
  • Added support for Intel Alder Lake non-K SKUs, Alder Lake Mobile, Rocket Lake Xeon
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24 Comments on TechPowerUp GPU-Z v2.44.0 Released

#1
regorwin56
RX6500XT and other recently released graphics cards also use PCIE 4.0X4 for PCIE recognition problem. Is it fixed in this version?
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#2
v12dock
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I can confirm my W6600M is now detected

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#4
W1zzard
regorwin56RX6500XT and other recently released graphics cards also use PCIE 4.0X4 for PCIE recognition problem. Is it fixed in this version?
This is fixed now
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#5
ARF
Why doesn't my GPU-Z get the blue marking on the ticks?

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#6
W1zzard
ARFWhy doesn't my GPU-Z get the blue marking on the ticks?

Because you're not using Windows 11
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#7
ARF
W1zzardBecause you're not using Windows 11
Am I forced to? :confused:


Why is the default clock a mess?

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#8
W1zzard
ARFAm I forced to?
Yes, if you want the blue checkboxes
ARFWhy is the default clock a mess?
Interesting. Guess AMD changed things once again with a new BIOS version. Can you make a new thread in the GPU-Z forum, so I can keep track of this?
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#9
looniam
Detection of LHR in certain RTX 3060 cards has been improved to weed out misreporting of LHR
thanks!


btw, clicking on Enabled take me right to the ReBar/Advance Tab. nice.
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#10
Selaya
what does non-lhr in the 3060's case mean, the first batch of faux-lhr that's circumvenable through the leaked beta drivers?
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#11
brian_i6
What about RTX 3080 Ti Mobile?
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#12
walker15130
Selayawhat does non-lhr in the 3060's case mean, the first batch of faux-lhr that's circumvenable through the leaked beta drivers?
Most likely it indicates the initial 3060 release on GA106-300 silicon. As opposed to GA106-302 which has updated LHR locks that are in line with all the other GPUs that received the LHR treatment (also indicated by small silicon id change).

This list seems to have all variants of RTX30 videocardz.net/browse/nvidia/geforce-30
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#13
DeathtoGnomes
Right side window cut short. Normal version is ok.
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#14
ARF
W1zzardYes, if you want the blue checkboxes
This is discrimination. There is no technical obstacle to adjust the UI design and the theme to be absolutely the same with Windows 10 that I won't leave for the crappy Windows 11..
W1zzardInteresting. Guess AMD changed things once again with a new BIOS version. Can you make a new thread in the GPU-Z forum, so I can keep track of this?
No, AMD BIOS has nothing to do with this. I reported this many many months ago, you knew about it and it never got fixed.

Don't you think that the GPU-Z somewhat lacks data for these particular GPUs - the RX 560X and the integrated in Ryzen 2000 Vega?
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#15
W1zzard
ARFThis is discrimination. There is no technical obstacle to adjust the UI design and the theme to be absolutely the same with Windows 10 that I won't leave for the crappy Windows 11..
Actually there is. I'm using the standard Windows checkbox control and by default it's styled differently across the various operating systems. This is a MS design choice
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#16
ARF
Ok, can I request that you unify them somehow? So, import the W11 one to the W10 library?
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#17
R-T-B
W1zzardActually there is. I'm using the standard Windows checkbox control and by default it's styled differently across the various operating systems. This is a MS design choice
You should keep it themed to the OS it's installed on IMO.
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#18
Divide Overflow
I tried a lookup on my GPU with the new version and it failed.
I haven't tried this in a while but it used to work just fine. Stock BIOS, latest drivers.
I submitted my findings on the latest version.

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#19
regorwin56
ARFOk, can I request that you unify them somehow? So, import the W11 one to the W10 library?
Then the system before Win 8.1 until Win XP system does not make adjustments to him, only make adjustments to Win10?
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#20
windwhirl
ARFOk, can I request that you unify them somehow? So, import the W11 one to the W10 library?
Ask Microsoft to change the checkbox style for Windows 10.

There's no reason to implement a custom checkbox control feature when the system provided one works correctly. That's just a waste of time and potentially opening a window for new bugs that are not needed.
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#21
regorwin56
Divide OverflowI tried a lookup on my GPU with the new version and it failed.
I haven't tried this in a while but it used to work just fine. Stock BIOS, latest drivers.
I submitted my findings on the latest version.

Does the look up function still find your GPU normally in GPU Z version 2.43?
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#22
Logoffon
ARFAm I forced to? :confused:


Why is the default clock a mess?

Nah, you can just grab aero.msstyles from an 11 install and replace the one in %windir%\Resources\Themes\Aero. Works fine on my 1909 install.


Disclaimer: Aero Glass theme not included
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#23
W1zzard
Divide OverflowI tried a lookup on my GPU with the new version and it failed.
Should be fixed now. Thanks for the GPU-Z screenshot. We have to manually link the specs to each card, so it takes a while and sometimes has errors
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#24
arni-gx

well, this new app version is working perfectly fine on my old pc.....
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