TechPowerUp have just released an update to the GPU-Z graphics utility app, adding among several other things support for a bunch of newer GPUs including the recently launched GTX 1050, GTX 1050 Ti cards. Version 1.12.0 also adds support for a bunch of mobile GPUs, server GPUs and AMD chips. The full list includes the GTX 1070 Mobile, GTX 1060 Mobile, Quadro P6000, 920 MX, and 940 MX, AMD Radeon R9 M385X, and R5 315; Intel HD Graphics 620 and 515. The last two on the list are iGPUs from the new Kaby Lake series.
There are also a few new features to mention. According to btarunr:
“GPU-Z now displays NVIDIA "Fermi" DirectX feature-level support as "11.0" and SLI status for GTX 1060 and GTX 1050 series is displayed as "not supported by GPU." New AMD socket AM4 APU platforms will correctly show memory type as DDR4 on motherboards with DDR4 memory. The BIOS Database uploader is made more functional, letting you open the Database page for the uploaded BIOS (or if your BIOS is already uploaded.) The PCI-Express warm-up stress test window now spawns to the left of the GPU-Z window, if the main window is too much toward the right of your screen.”
Here's the full change-log:
- - BIOS upload dialog will now let you browse to the uploaded or duplicate BIOS
- - NVIDIA Fermi DirectX support is now listed as 11.0
- - GTX 1050 & 1060: SLI support field now shows "Not supported by GPU"
- - Sensor window will now scroll by larger distance when clicking outside the thumbtrack
- - When GPU-Z window is at the right edge of screen, render test will open to the left of the GPU-Z window
- - Added DDR4 detection support for AMD Kaveri
- - Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Mobile, GTX 1070 Mobile, GTX 1060 Mobile, GTX 1050 Ti, GTX 1050, 920 MX (GM108), 940 MX, Quadro P6000
- - Added support for AMD R9 M385X, R5 M315
- - Added support for Intel HD Graphics 620, HD Graphics 515
You can find the latest GPU-Z version 1.12.0 here at TechPowerUp.