TechPowerUp GPU-Z v1.16.0

GPU-Z.1.16.0.exe (2.0 MB)
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File size: 2.0 MB
Publisher: TechPowerUp
Downloads: 561,920 (1.1 TB)
Posted: Dec 11, 2016
Updated: Dec 12th, 2016
Operating System: XP/Vista/W7/W8/W10
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GPU-Z is a lightweight utility designed to provide you with all information about your graphics card and GPU.

Version History


  • Fixed Polaris OC reading error, introduced with 1.15.0


  • Fixed memory clock reading on AMD Fiji cards with Crimson ReLive
  • Fixed DDR3 memory detection on Intel Skylake
  • Additional fields submitted to GPU Lookup to improve detection


  • Fixed clock reading on AMD cards which do not support Wattman


  • 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


  • BIOS upload dialog will now let you browse to the uploaded or duplicate BIOS
  • NVIDIA Fermi DirectX support is now listed as 11.0
  • GTX 1050 & 1060: SLI support field now shows "Not supported by GPU"
  • Sensor window will now scroll by larger distance when clicking outside the thumbtrack
  • When GPU-Z window is at the right edge of screen, render test will open to the left of the GPU-Z window
  • Added DDR4 detection support for AMD Kaveri
  • Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Mobile, GTX 1070 Mobile, GTX 1060 Mobile, GTX 1050 Ti, GTX 1050, 920 MX (GM108), 940 MX, Quadro P6000
  • Added support for AMD R9 M385X, R5 M315
  • Added support for Intel HD Graphics 620, HD Graphics 515


  • Full set of Device IDs is now displayed in the main window.
    This can be used to file a compensation claim in the GTX 970 lawsuit.
  • Added support for BIOS saving on GTX 1060
  • Tray notification icon creation code improved


  • Added support for Radeon RX 470, RX 460
  • Added support for NVIDIA GTX Titan X Pascal, GTX 1060 3 GB, GT 740 (GK106), 930M (GM108), 930 MX
  • Added support for Intel HD Graphics 510, Iris Graphics 550
  • Fixed fan-stop on AMD not getting detected correctly
  • Fixed NVIDIA driver version not being read on drivers from Windows Update
  • Fixed BIOS saving on AMD RX 470/460
  • Fixed crash when lookup button clicked when no card detected
  • Name for unknown GPUs on ATI/AMD is now displayed correctly
  • Fixed incorrect shader count on Polaris GPUs in ULPS mode
  • Fixed GTX 1070/1080 release dates
  • Clarified sensor name of Polaris to "GPU 'only' power draw"
  • Improved power draw monitoring performance on Polaris


  • Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060
  • Fixed BIOS saving on AMD Polaris
  • Fixed default clock reading on AMD Polaris
  • Added transistor count for AMD Ellesmere
  • Added support to indicate SLI high-speed bridge status
  • Fixed incorrect sensor readings when AMD GPU is disabled or no driver installed
  • Fixed BIOS saving on NVIDIA GTX 690
  • HTTPS will be used when connecting to TPU server
  • Added support for NVIDIA GT 730 (GK107), GeForce 940MX


  • Added AMD Polaris support
  • Added support for GeForce GTX 1070
  • Added support for reading overclock on GeForce GTX 1070/1080
  • Added BIOS reading for GeForce GTX 1070/1080
  • Added support for NVIDIA Quadro M2000
  • Added support for AMD E8860
  • Fixed memory monitoring sometimes resetting beyond 4 GB usage
  • Fixed double default memory clock on GT220/240
  • Fixed double memory clock on GTxxx cards with GDDR5X
  • Fixed typo in BIOS saving dialog
  • Fixed no GPU selected in dropdown in some rare cases