GPU-Z 2.2.0 Released

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  1. http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/gpu-z-download-techpowerup.html

    The change-log follows.

    Added AMD Radeon memory timings section to Advanced Tab
    Added driver date to driver version tooltip and to Advanced Tab
    Added settings entry to set sensor default display mode (cur, min, max, avg)
    Added right-click menu to Advanced Tab to copy to clipboard
    Improved GPU-Z startup speed, especially on slow or single-core systems
    Query_External files will be deleted from temp folder immediately
    Fixed order of OpenCL entries in Advanced Tab (CMD Queue Properties)
    Fixed missing sensors in shared memory
    Fixed display corruption on older NVIDIA GPUs
    Added EVGA iCX fan monitoring support
    Added die size and transistor count for AMD RX 560
    Added support for Intel Iris Plus 640 & 650, GMA600
    Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030, GeForce 810M, Mining P104 & P106, Quadro P3000
     
  2. JonasBeckman

    JonasBeckman Ancient Guru

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    2.3.0 :)
    http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/gpu-z-download-techpowerup.html

     
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    I thought i'd d/l the Asus ROG version 2.3.0 for once because i like the dark theme but it's totally bugged for me. For some reason i can't see the right side of the outline box and therefor i can't drag the sensor box at all. Maybe it's because i installed 2.3.0 ROG over the Standard version of 2.2.0? idk. Removed and reinstalled Standard 2.3.0.
     
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    2.5.0 now. :)

    And for completeness the changelog for 2.4.0 too.

     

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    The crash fixes seem pretty useful and of course support for additional cards and the other tweaks. :)
     
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    2.7.0 and 2.8.0
    http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/gpu-z-download-techpowerup.html
    (Missed the release of 2.7.0 I guess.)

    Handy utility, good bug fixes, enhancements and support for newer cards and such too so trying to keep this up to date. :)
     
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  7. JonasBeckman

    JonasBeckman Ancient Guru

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    2.9.0 is out now. :)

    ("At the request of AMD." Curious what's about but it can be enabled and it's good to have the other fixes and support for 1804/RS4 and WDDM 2.4 too.)
     
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    JonasBeckman Ancient Guru

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    Hmm so GPU-Z is somehow too common or short of a term? Well at least I can find the thread easy enough, I guess it's the "-" giving the search system issue ha ha.

    Anyways enough of that, new version out. :)
     
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    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Ah had to read twice to understand what you mean, yes, you need more than 4 characters to be able to search as otherwise, the result sets are ginormous queries. let me see if I can alter that though.
     
  10. JonasBeckman

    JonasBeckman Ancient Guru

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    Yeah I was probably a bit unclear on that, writing a bit too quick and it looks a bit confusing as a result for others reading that. :)

    But yes I tried using "GPU-Z" as the search term and it resulted in the error message about the word being too common or short but thankfully "GPUZ" also works so I switched to that and scrolled through the results until I found the topic again.
    It's minor and it's understandable some really short or very common terms would cause the search engine to hit all kinds of results and generate more bandwidth and what not querying all that data so limiting it to A-Z and 0-9 is nothing new. :)

    If it can be tweaked it'll be helpful but I'll just have to remember to use different terms since that works too.
    EDIT: And without tanking the search system when it tries bringing all kinds of hits if shorter terms or very common words were to be allowed.

    EDIT: Hmm also it seems the topic header "Z" character is looking a bit cut-off there although the title looks alright from when looking at the topic from the forum itself. Could be browser specific though, font issue with Firefox perhaps.
     
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    New version. :)
     
  12. JonasBeckman

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    And another update is out.

    Hmm fake graphics cards that's a interesting little note. Good to be able to detect those and of course Turing support plus a fix for Radeon RX400 monitoring with newer drivers.
     
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    there is a newer testing version of gpu-z available that fixes a number of things wrong with 2.12.
     
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    2.21.0 now.

    The sensor data issue for Radeon VII and 19.5.1 (And 19.5.2 I suspect.) which I assume also affect non-1903 versions of Windows 10 on this driver seems like a important one, sensors on Raven Ridge as well for the GPU load and then OpenCL detection for Vega 20 and also the new Quadro from NVIDIA which is probably more for enterprise or workstations but yet another GPU model supported. :)
    (Actually going by Google searches the GPU itself has been out for a while so it's not a new model.)

    Not much to say but another new version out for GPU-Z :)

    EDIT: Hmm maybe there were newer topics to use, that's 2.2.0 not 2.20.0 in the topic title there, need to use a better search term next time instead of "gpuz" probably.

    Should compare with the Guru3D front-page and download archive next too just in case it might have already been listed or entered in there, mostly on the forum part but should try to remember to double check at least.
     
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    https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/gpu-z-download-techpowerup.html

    Bunch of updates since I posted anything here. :)

    That bios saving fixed seemed quite important, being able to show if ReBAR is active is quite handy too and then sub-zero temperature support for NVIDIA GPU's and the usual assorted new GPU models getting support. :)
     
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    Another update. :)

     

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