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Download of the Day: GPU-Z 0.3.5

Your complete GPU info tool

| Software News | Posted: Sep 25, 2009 3:41 am

Our Download of the Day today is GPU-Z 0.3.5.


TechPowerUp today released version 0.3.5 of the GPU-Z graphics subsystem information and monitoring utility. GPU-Z provides information on the computer's installed graphics hardware, and provides real-time updates on their parameters such as clock-speeds, temperatures, voltages, and fan-speeds. Version 0.3.5 makes the utility geared up for the newest graphics processors from AMD, its Radeon HD 5800 series, along with improved support for NVIDIA FX5500, 9400 GT, G73, GTS 240, GT 140, FX 1800, GT 120 (Apple), FX 380, FX 350, GTX 295 Single PCB, Quadro CX, FX 5800, FX 4800, FX 3800, GTX 180M, GTX 260M, FX 2700M, G 110M, GT 120M, GT 220M, FX 1700M, G 105M, MCP79MX. GPU-Z can now also detect the embedded GPU on some Intel socket LGA-1156 processors. Support is also added for some of AMD's newest Radeon HD 4700 series GPUs and HD 4650 AGP, M92, M96, M98. A concise list of other notable changes is as follows:


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The latest version includes the following changes:


Changes in Version 0.3.5


• Added clock reading for Intel i910, i915, i945, 946
• Added support for DDR3 detection on G9x
• Added monitoring support for RV7xx based mobile chips
• Voltage controller "slaves" are now called "phases"
• Fixed BIOS parsing on some newer HD 4870 cards
• Added voltage monitoring support for MSI N275GTX Lightning



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