GPU-Z 2.34.0 – Download for Windows

GPU-Z - Download for Windows
Latest Version:2.34.0
Platform:Minimum: Windows XP
Author:Official website
File size:~ 7 MB
License:Free
Security level:100% Safe

Monitors your graphic card’s key features with GPU-Z.

CPU-Z is one of the most famous and trustworthy programs for monitoring the internal features of your PC. In spite of having different authors, GPU-Z shares the interface and main features of CPU-Z, only it focuses exclusively on your video card’s specs.

GPU-Z is a precise and accurate monitoring tool for Windows that allows you to see the internal features of your video card. Not only will you be able to view your card’s model and its internal memory, but you’ll also have access to other, more specific information.

On one hand, you’ll have all of the hardware’s technical information: GPU model, integration technology, quantity and frequency of the internal memory, type of bus it’s connected to, and bandwidth.

On the other, you’ll be able to see its internal status in real-time, especially useful if you have some type of overclocking on the card, so you can measure GPU temperature, frequency, fan speed, and voltage; you can also save all of this monitoring report in an external text file so you can analyze the data at a later time.

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Monitors your graphic card's key features with GPU-Z

 

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What’s new:
– Added support for NVIDIA Ampere (RTX 3090, RTX 3080, RTX 3070), GeForce GTX 1650 (TU106), GTX 1650 (TU116), Quadro T1000 GDDR6, Tesla V100-SXM2-32GB
– Added support for Intel Tiger Lake, Comet Lake (Xeon W-1290P, Celeron 5205U, Core i3-8140U), Ice Lake (Core i5-1038NG7), Whiskey Lake (Core i5-8265U)
– Added support for Apple Radeon RX 5700 XT & Pro 5700, AMD Radeon RX 350, Radeon E6465
– Added die size for Intel Tiger Lake and Ice Lake
– Added support for DirectX 12 FL 12_2
– Vulkan info in Advanced Panel now lists device extensions and instance extensions, sorted alphabetically
– Fixed memory overclock not showing on Navi when GPU clock at default
– Added support for GDDR6X memory
– Fixed crash during BIOS parsing on Ampere
– When Microsoft Basic Display Adapter driver is active, do not calculate an “NVIDIA” version number from the Microsoft version
– Advanced Panel entries will now properly reflow and wrap when window width is changed

 

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