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Techpowerup rolls out the new GPU-Z 0.8.3

by on28 May 2015

Brings support for AMD Fiji GPU and GTX 980 Ti

Techpowerup has launched a newest version of the GPU-Z, a popular graphics system information, monitoring, and diagnostic utility, the GPU-Z 0.8.3.

The new GPU-Z 0.8.3 will bring support for AMD's upcoming Fiji GPU Radeon graphics card, Nvidia's new GTX 980 Ti, other new GPUs and graphics cards and a couple of new features and bug fixes.

According to the release notes, the new GPU-Z adds support for Nvidia's GeForce GTX 980 Ti, GTX 965M, GTX 950M, NVS315, and GT 750 (GK106) as well as AMD's upcoming Fiji GPU, Mullins APU integrated graphics and Intel's Core "Broadwell" CPU integrated graphics cores.

The new GPU-Z also adds a new feature which checks if the BIOS on the graphics card comes with a UEFI module and also fixes some issues including GTX200B die size, NV42 specifications, missing Nvidia PerfCap sensor. It also has improved OpenCL detection code.

The new GPU-Z 0.8.3 is available with and without ASUS ROG skin and can be found over at


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