GPU-Z 0.5.8 is now available, download GPU-Z 0.5.8 now
Published on January 21st, 2012
TechPowerUp has released GPU-Z 0.5.8 which supports the latest video cards today. GPU-Z is a diagnostic and information tool, just like CPU-Z, that gives you accurate information regarding your graphics card(s) installed in your computer system. GPU-Z monitors VRAM, gpu clock speeds, fan speeds, voltages and more, in real-time.
So what’s new in GPU-Z 0.5.8?
There are two new features present in GPU-Z 0.5.8. The first feature is a render test that applies sufficient load on the GPU to pull it our of PCI-Express link-state power-management. This ensures the Bus information is accurate. If you click the “?” button, GPU-Z launch the load test and corrects the information.
The second new feature found in GPU-Z 0.5.8 is the ASIC quality. This was specifically designed for AMD Radeon HD 7800 series and above, and NVIDIA Fermi (GF10X and GF11x) graphics cards.
Below is a full list of changes:
- Added explanation about PCI-Express power savings and 3D render test to accurately measure bus config under load
- Added function to display ASIC quality for Fermi and Southern Islands. (Located in the GPU-Z system menu)
- Fixed crash on older ATI cards
- Added voltage monitoring for HD 7970
- Improved real-time clock monitoring for HD 7970
- Fixed OpenCL detection for AMD Antilles, Whistler, Seymour, Blackcomb
- Improved default clock reading for AMD HD 7970 and Fusion
- Added support for AMD FirePro V7900, HD 6930, HD 7690M, HD 6410D
- Fixed Intel Sandy Bridge IGP to be DirectX 10.1, 32 nm
- Added support for NVIDIA Tesla C2075, GeForce GT 630M