TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.8.2 Released

Source: Techpowerup

TechPowerUp released the latest version of GPU-Z, the popular video hardware information and diagnostic utility. Version 0.8.2 brings with it a vast number of changes, support for new hardware, and bug-fixes. To begin with, the user-interface of GPU-Z received a major update, with the addition of a "Lookup" button that takes you to our GPU Database page corresponding to your GPU. The app can now tell you if your drivers are WHQL-signed. GPU manufacturer logos are updated. Full changelog below. DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.8.2 | GPU-Z 0.8.2 ASUS ROG-themed

  • Added graphics card lookup button
  • Added Windows 10 support
  • Added support for NVIDIA Titan X
  • Added support for AMD R9 255, FirePro W7100, HD 8370D, AMD R9 M280X, R9 M295X
  • Added support for NVIDIA GTX 980M, GTX 970M, GTX 965M, GTX 845M, GTX 760 Ti OEM, GTX 660 (960 shaders), GT 705, GT 720, GT 745M, NVS 310, Grid K200
  • Added support for Intel Broadwell Graphics
  • Improved Intel GMA3600 support
  • Improved hardware access stability on AMD Kaveri
  • Fixed GTX 970 ROP count
  • The driver version readout will now display WHQL status
  • Added AMD APU logo and updated other logos
  • Added PCI-Express bus usage sensor on NVIDIA
  • Added registry key (Force_WDDM_Mem_Sensor=1) to bypass NVIDIA driver memory monitoring and use WDDM monitoring instead
  • Web links now opened in default browser
  • Fixed NVIDIA BIOS save hanging system on Windows 8 and newer
  • Show N/A on Intel IGP memory size
  • Fixed GPU-Z icon disappearing on shortcuts
  • Fixed blank line between sensor logfile entries
  • GPU-Z can now start properly from encrypted system drive
  • Displayed Catalyst version only includes version number
  • Fixed OpenCL detection on HD 7970M
  • CrossFire on AMD cards no longer displayed as ATI CrossFire
  • Disabled memory vendor detection on future APUs


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