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Monday, 21 March 2011 13:45

GPU-Z goes to version 0.5.2

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Gets HD 6990, GTX 590 and GTX 550 Ti support
Techpowerup has updated the its own graphics hardware information and diagnostic utility software, most commonly known as the GPU-Z, to version 0.5.2. The new version fixes several stability/reliability issues and brings support for new GPUs from both camps, as well as the additional support for Intel's Sandy Bridge based graphics.

The main novelty is the support for AMD's recently launched dual-GPU Radeon HD 6990 card as well as the support for Nvidia's yet to be released Geforce GTX 590 dual GPU card. The new GPU-Z also brings support for GTX 550 Ti and GTX 560 Ti cards, as well as improved support for the GTX 570 and Intel's Sandy Bridge graphics. The new GPU-Z now also supports the CHL8228 VRM controller found on certain Radeon HD 6900 series card and brings better OpenCL detection and improved driver-based monitoring support for AMD/ATI GPUs.

The new GPU-Z can be found and downloaded directly from Techpowerup, here.

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