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Monday, 23 December 2013 01:14

Techpowerup releases new GPU-Z 0.7.5

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Brings more support and bug fixes

Techpowerup.com has rolled out a new update for its graphics card information, diagnostic and monitoring utility GPU-Z. The new GPU-Z v0.7.5 brings new support for the latest AMD, Nvidia and Intel GPUs, bug-fixes and stability updates.

The new GPU-Z 0.7.5 brings support for some recently released GPUs including AMD's Radeon R7 260, HD 7600A, HD 8850M, HD 8400, HD 8240, HD 7620G as well as NVIDIA's GeForce 705A, GTX 645, GTX 650 OEM, Grid K260Q, Quadro K5100M, K6000 and Intel's GMA (Bay Trail) and HD 4200 GPUs.

The new GPU-Z 0.7.5 also fixes some rare crashes when detecting NVIDIA CUDA or when running NVIDIA Optimus. It also adds improved support for voltage monitoring on AMD Bonaire and Pitcairn based GPUs as well as an improved BIOS reading on AMD Mars and Oland based ones. It also fixes bug where Windows 8.1 is not properly detected and brings improved sensor data in shared memory which will now update once per second, as intended.

As always, you can find the new GPU-Z 0.7.5 over at Techpowerup.com.

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