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GPU-Z gets updated, reaches v0.6.6, includes bug fixes

GPU-Z v0.6.6 includes a bunch of stability updates

| Software News | Posted: Oct 29, 2012 11:32 am

GPU-Z has been updated to version 0.6.6, and with it brings a bunch of stability fixes. Included in the new release is support for NVIDIA's Tesla M2070 GPU compute accelerator.

 

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Things that were fixed include the main window not displaying correctly with non-standard Windows font DPI settings, GPU overclock calculation for pre-Kepler GPUs has been fixed, too. Crashes on systems with broken high-precision event timer implementation (HPET) has also been fixed, along with several memory leaks.

 

The change-log:

  • Fixed GPU-Z window getting cut off on non-standard DPI settings
  • Fixed overclock calculation error on NVIDIA non-Kepler GPUs
  • Fixed GPU-Z not starting or crashing the machine on systems with broken HPET implementation
  • Fixed SLI not getting detected under Windows XP
  • Fixed garbled board name on some older Radeon cards
  • Fixed several memory leaks
  • L6788A voltage controller on HD 7750 and HD 7770 will now display correct default voltage
  • Added support for NVIDIA Tesla M2070

 

Download:

GPU-Z 0.6.6

GPU-Z 0.6.6 with ROG Skin

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