TechPowerUp today released GPU-Z v2.9.0, the latest version of the graphics sub-system information, diagnostic, and monitoring utility no enthusiast can leave home without. Version 2.9.0 fixes some of the bugs encountered with Windows 10 April 2018 Update, with support for new WDDM 2.4 drivers. Support is also added for NVIDIA Tesla V100, and NVIDIA GPUs in TCC mode (eg: Tesla and Quadro families). Also added is support for “Haswell” GT1 variant (found on certain Celeron SKUs), and more AMD “Bristol Ridge” APU graphics variants.
At AMD’s request, we disabled “Vega” SoC clock and hot-spot sensors by default. You can manually enable them any time in the settings. For enthusiasts who have GPU-Z launched at start-up (as a Scheduled Task), Windows will no longer nag with the “this file was downloaded from the Internet” dialog every time. PerfCap reason for Tesla GPUs in TCC mode has been fixed to “none.” Detection of various AMD “Carrizo,” “Bristol Ridge” and “Stoney Ridge” GPUs were fixed. The overall drawing code for the sensor graphs is improved. Grab GPU-Z from the link below.
DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z 2.9.0
The Change-log follows.
- Fixed empty or incorrect readings for NVIDIA GPUs in TCC mode (Quadro/Tesla)
- Added WDDM 2.4 support for Windows 10 RS4 / April Update / Spring Creators Update
- Added support for NVIDIA Tesla V100
- Added support for Haswell GT1 in Celeron 2961Y
- Added support for HBM2 memory type in Advanced Panel, NVIDIA BIOS
- Added support for perf cap reason ‘none’ (Tesla in TCC mode)
- Addded more Bristol Ridge models
- Fixed detection for AMD Carrizo/Bristol/Stoney
- Changed Wani name to Carrizo/Bristol
- Fixed DirectX support reporting for ATI RV200
- Vega’s SOC Clock and Hot Spot sensors are now disabled by default at request of AMD. You can enable them any time in settings
- When GPU-Z is set to launch on Window startup, disable “This file was downloaded from Internet” message
- Fixed top right button corruption when resizing the window
- Improved drawing code for sensor graph