TechPowerUp today released a timely update to GPU-Z (version 0.3.4). GPU-Z is our graphics sub-system diagnostic utility that provides information on the computer's installed graphics hardware, their various specifications, and provides real-time updates on their parameters such as clock-speeds, temperatures, and fan-speeds. The utility is backed by our overclock validation system, and an extensive video-card BIOS database. With the new version, we have isolated and fixed a few bugs, added general application compatibility and expanded support for new GPUs. The most significant changes are listed below: Fixed RV740-specific Bugs: ROP count, shader count, real-time core clock, BIOS dump size Added voltage reading support for Radeon HD 4890, fixed BIOS reading, fixed its transistor count GPU-Z should work again on Windows 2000 without PSAPI.DLL Fixed default clock-speed reading on ATI cards that have default clock lower than boot clock For a complete version history, and to download, visit the TechPowerUp GPU-Z web page.