Geeks3D has updated their popular FurMark benchmark and stability testing utility, bring the version up to 1.7.0.
There are a bunch of new features especially related to Stability Test mode. The most notable of features is the ability to snag detailed information from GPU-Z if it is running, such as clock speeds, temperature, power consumption, VDDC and VDDC current.
They have also changed things up so that each GPU has its own temperature graph in multi-GPU systems. Multiple tests are now easier to run as the main GUI is always available and it saves your settings on exit.
A few languages have also been added to increase the ease of use of FurMark worldwide. Finally, those wishing to share their benchmark results will be happy to know that there has been an experimental Twitter feature added to the release, allowing benchmark results to be uploaded directly to your Twitter page.
Those wanting to download the latest version of FurMark or read then complete changelog and do so from here.