GPU-Z is a system utility that provides all the vital information about your video card and graphic processor installed in your system. The tool allows you to monitor clock speeds, temperatures, fan-speeds, voltages, dedicated memory usage and much more. You can use the software for free for your personal use.
TechPowerUp the latest version of TechPowerUp GPU-Z: version 2.33.0. The developers made a number of improvements in GPU-Z. Here is a list of them:
- Fixed D3D12 Mesh Shader detection in the Advanced Panel on Windows 10 2004
- Support for AMD “Renoir” APUs has been improved, fixed several crashes and issues
- On processors with AMD integrated graphics, report power draw appears as “GPU Power Draw”, not “GPU Chip Power Draw”
- Fixed wrong maximum scale for VRAM usage sensor on some cards
- An application crash with showing sensor values in the window title-bar has been fixed
- Fixed some rare cases of AMD memory size getting reported incorrectly
- Fixed crash on startup on older ATI graphics cards
- Added support for AMD Navi 12 / Radeon Pro 5600M, NVIDIA RTX 2060 & 2070 Mobile (TU106-B), GeForce MX330 and MX350, Comet Lake UHD Graphics 610 & 630, Coffee Lake UHD Graphics P630
Main Features of GPU-Z (2020)
The GPU-Z program supports Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10 (both 32 and 64 bit versions are supported). It’s compatible with NVIDIA, AMD, ATI and Intel graphics devices. The main features of the tool are the listed:
- Displays adapter, GPU and display information, overclock, default clocks and 3D clocks (if available)
- Includes a GPU load test to verify PCI Express lane configuration
- Validates results
- Creates a backup of your graphics card BIOS
- Requires no installation, optional installer is available
GPU-Z demonstrates all the necessary hardware technical information: GPU model, integration technology, quantity and frequency of the internal memory. In addition, you can watch its internal status in real time. It’s helpful to use the tool when you have some type of overclock on the card.
Using GPU-Z you can measure GPU temperature, frequency, fan speed, and voltage. There’s also an option to save all of this monitoring report in an external text file and then you can analyze the data at a later time.