GPU-Z is a lightweight utility designed to give you all information about your video card and GPU.
- Added support for AMD R9 290X, R9 290, R9 270, HD 7310, HD 8280
- Added support for NVIDIA GTX 780 Ti, GT 635, Quadro K3100M
- Added release date for AMD R7 260X, R7 250, R7 240
- Fixed release date for AMD R9 280X
- Fixed die size for AMD Tahiti
- Fixed ROP count on Ivy Bridge and Haswell
- Fixed BIOS saving not working on AMD cards without driver
- Fixed some rare crashes on systems with Intel VGA
- Render Test can be paused by left-clicking into window
Reviewing 0.7.4 (Dec 1, 2013)
Reviewing 0.7.3 (Sep 25, 2013)
Reviewing 0.5.2 (Mar 23, 2011)
Useful with PC's you are not familiar with & don't want to dismantle & get showered with dust. I personally like this utility.
Reviewing 0.5.0 (Dec 28, 2010)
Hey Tall Paul from Tennessee (tallpaultn) : Just wtF are you talking about?
CPUz will show you everything most users would ever need to know...ABOUT THE PROCESSOR.
GPUz, on the other hand, is made to show users what they need to know ABOUT THE GRAPHICS CARD(S).
The two are not interchangeable, nor do they even reflect information about similar parts. CPU = Processor, GPU = Graphics Card.
Does what it's supposed to, works great, and never, I mean NEVER has it locked up on a single system out of hundreds that I've run it on (IT/Remote Admin/Systems Admin/Computer Repair business)
Note for the Devs: PLEASE change the GUI for those of us that are running Crossfire/SLI so we can see temps/speeds/voltages of BOTH cards at the same time. PLEASE!
Reviewing 0.4.8 (Nov 9, 2010)
pretty sweet program pretty much tells you how much your video card is out of date ;)