GPU-Z 2.2-Video card GPU Information Utility

GPU-Z is a lightweight system utility designed to provide vital information about your video card and graphics processor. At launch, it automatically scans your system and reports the card name, GPU, release date and transistors, BIOS version, ROPs, memory type, and memory size.

Main Features:

  • Supports NVIDIA, AMD, ATI and Intel graphics devices
  • Displays adapter, GPU and display information
  • Displays overclock, default clocks and 3D clocks (if available)
  • Includes a GPU load test to verify PCI-Express lane configuration
  • Validation of results
  • GPU-Z can create a backup of your graphics card BIOS
  • No installation required, optional installer is available
  • Support for Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10 (both 32 and 64 bit versions are supported)

Changelog:

  • Added AMD Radeon memory timings section to Advanced Tab
  • Added driver date to driver version tooltip and to Advanced Tab
  • Added settings entry to set sensor default display mode (cur, min, max, avg)
  • Added right-click menu to Advanced Tab to copy to clipboard
  • Improved GPU-Z startup speed, especially on slow or single-core systems
  • Query_External files will be deleted from temp folder immediately
  • Fixed order of OpenCL entries in Advanced Tab (CMD Queue Properties)
  • Fixed missing sensors in shared memory
  • Fixed display corruption on older NVIDIA GPUs
  • Added EVGA iCX fan monitoring support
  • Added die size and transistor count for AMD RX 560
  • Added support for Intel Iris Plus 640 & 650, GMA600
  • Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030, GeForce 810M, Mining P104 & P106, Quadro P3000
You can download it using following link:
Download page: GPU-Z 2.2 | 4.4 MB (Freeware)
View: GPU-Z Website
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