TechPowerUp have just released the very latest version of the popular GPU-Z app with v0.8.7 fixing several bugs while adding support for a bunch of newer graphics cards. Just in case you’re unfamiliar with legend that is GPU-Z, it’s basically a system utility app provides you with all the imformation you’d ever need as it pertains to your graphics chip.
The bug fixes in version 0.8.7 include improved Radeon Software version number detection, corrected DirectX hardware-support readout with Intel 6th generation Skylake IGPs and accurate 1.55V voltage readings for AMD Fiji GPUs in ULPS modes. There’s also a BSOD issue that has now been resolved on Intel Cloverview Atom Z2760 processors plus improved SKU naming for AMD Beema chips. Finally, there’s improved detection of CUDA devices running on Bus ID greater than 9, and a better explanation for OpenCL detection errors. The Armenian language pack has been improved too.
Support has also been added for AMD Radeon R9 380X, R7 350, and the Mullins APU; NVIDIA GTX 980 8GB (notebooks), GTX 965M, GTX 750 (GM206), GT 710 (GK208), Quadro K1200, M5000, M2000M, M1000M, K2200M, GRID K160Q, and Tesla K80; and Intel Skylake Gen9 Graphics 510, P530, 540.