GPU-Z v2.23.0 traz suporte para novos modelos e uma série de correções

Melhorias para modelos RX 5700/XT e também para placas RTX 2060 e 2070 da linha Super

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TechPowerUp GPU-Z v2.23.0

O software GPU-Z é uma das melhores opções disponíveis para mostrar detalhes de placas de vídeo(leia-se, informações do chip gráfico).

Atualizado constantemente, ele mostra características importantes como clocks, modelo, drivers, etc.

  • Suporte as placas da NVIDIA e AMD
  • Mostrador da placa, GPU e informações da placa
  • Mostrador de overclock, clocks padrões e 3D clocks (se disponível)
  • Validação de resultados
  • Sem necessidade de instalação
  • Suporte a Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1 / Windows 10 (ambas versões de 32 e 64 bit são suportadas)
  • ..e sim, o autor do CPU-Z nos permitiu utilizar um nome similar ao produto dele

Novidades da versão 2.23.0 (06/08/2019):
- Improved AMD Navi Radeon RX 5700 Series support
- Added support for additional variants of RTX 2060 & RTX 2070 Super
- Updated icon and splash screen with high-DPI support
- Added BIOS saving support for NVIDIA Super cards
- Fixed PCIe speed always getting reported as "4.0" on Navi
- Fixed crashes caused by Valve Anticheat
- Fixed crashes on Radeon R9 290 / 390 Series
- Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Mobile, GTX 1050 Mobile, GT 1030 (GK107), MX150 (GP107), MX250, Tesla V100-SXM2-16GB, Quadro RTX 5000 Mobile, Quadro RTX 3000
- Added support for AMD Radeon 550X, Radeon 540X, Pro WX 2100, Pro Vega 64, Pro Vega 64X, Pro WX Vega M GL
- Added support for Intel Iris Pro P580, UHD P630, UHD 610 (CFL GT1)
- Added support for ATI Radeon HD 4350 (VisionTek)
- Gainward vendor Id no longer reported as "CardExpert"
- Hardened security of kernel mode driver (CVE-2019-7245)
- When log file can't be written, show error message only once
- Remove readonly attribute from temporary files before trying to delete
- Fixed year in About dialog

Novidades da versão 2.22.0 (01/07/2019):
- Added preliminary Radeon RX 5700 & 5700 XT (Navi) support
- If a file "GPU-Z.ini" exists in the GPU-Z directory, GPU-Z will use it to read/write all configuration settings instead of the registry, making GPU-Z fully portable
- When an unknown GPU is detected, GPU-Z will show a notice window, which requests a validation submission
- Addded support for PCI-Express Gen 4
- Added support for NVIDIA RTX 2060 Super, RTX 2070 Super, RTX 2080 Super, Tesla T4, Quadro T2000 Mobile
- Added support for AMD FirePro S7150, ATI FireStream 9250
- Added support for Intel HD Graphics 620
- Added AMD SOC Temperature Sensor

Novidades da versão 2.21.0 (24/05/2019):
- Fixed missing sensor data on AMD Radeon VII with 19.5.1 drivers
- Fixed broken GPU load sensor on AMD Raven Ridge APUs
- Fix OpenCL detection for Radeon VII and other Vega 20 cards
- Added support for NVIDIA Quadro P500

Novidades da versão 2.20.0 (30/04/2019):
- Fixed overclock getting reset on NVIDIA cards with Boost
- Fixed crash on Pascal GPUs when no driver loaded
- Fixed crashes on Apple Vega 12
- Changed memory bus width capitalization from "Bit" to "bit"

Novidades da versão 2.19.0 (29/04/2019):
- Added support for AMD Ryzen 3000 Picasso APUs
- Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650, GTX 1650 Mobile, GTX 1660 Ti Mobile,
- GeForce MX250, TU117-B
- Added GeForce MX230 and GP108 transistor count
- AMD Radeon Pro graphics cards now show the appropriate logo
- Improved EVGA iCX to work better and more reliably detect sensor capabilities
- Added support to detect DirectX Raytracing, Variable Rate Shading, WDDM 2.6 and Shader Model 6.5 (listed in Advanced panel)
- Advanced Panel now lists new DX12 capabilities introduced in Windows 10 Updates
- October 2018 and May 2019
- Advanced Panel can now detect Tiled Resources Tier 4
- "ASIC Quality" in Advanced Panel will only be displayed when available, since the feature probably won't be coming back for new GPUs
- Reduced startup time on system with AMD PowerXpress
- Added new icons for the ASUS ROG version and fixed white line below window title
- Fixed crash when no cards detected and hovering over driver info
- Fixed crash on startup on Windows XP machines
- NVIDIA Tesla K80 is GK210, not GK110

Novidades da versão 2.18.0:
- Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660, RTX 2060 Mobile (TU106-B), Quadro RTX 5000, Quadro RTX 6000
- Added Hotspot temperature monitoring for AMD Radeon VII
- Vega 10 & Vega 20 Hotspot no longer disabled by default
- Updated PCI vendor database to add new companies and remove unused entries
- Ensure "Sapphire" vendor name doesn't get displayed on PCPartner OEM cards
- Fixed crash on startup during BIOS parsing on older NVIDIA cards (GeForce 500)
- Fixed GPU-Z hang during splash screen on some systems
- Fixed system crash on some AMD systems during BIOS read

Novidades da versão 2.17.0:
- Added support for NVIDIA GTX 1660 Ti, Titan RTX, RTX 2080 Mobile, RTX 2070 Mobile, RTX 2060 Mobile, Quadro RTX 4000, GTX 650 (GK106), Quadro P5200
- Added support for AMD Radeon VII, Radeon HD 8400E
- Added support for Intel Amber Lake GT2 (Core i7-8500Y)
- Added support for detection of Radeon Adrenalin 2019 version
- Simplified some sensor titles: "GPU Clock", "Memory Clock", "Shader Clock"
- Unified "Memory Used" / "Memory Usage" sensor titles to "Memory Used"
- Improved crash reporter to ask for problem description and optional email, so we can follow up
- Advanced Panel dropdown will show "Memory Timings" option only when memory timing details are available
- OpenCL "Max Packet Size" is now formatted as unsigned value
- Instead of empty value show "None" when no OpenCL Built-in Kernels supported
- Added support for "None" in OpenCL DP, SP, Half FP Capability
- Fixed "File creation failed" message during GPU-Z startup
- Fixed GPU and memory load monitoring on RX 580 2048 SP
- Fixed missing default boost clock on GTX 1660 Ti and some Pascal cards
- Fixed missing fan sensors on RTX cards with no monitor connected
- Fixed crash on startup (Windows XP)
- Fixed crash when opening DXVA 2.0 report (Windows XP)
- Fixed power limit reporting on older NVIDIA cards
- Fixed crash during BIOS save on older NVIDIA cards
- Fixed incorrect VRAM reporting on 16 GB Vega
- Fixed various crashes caused by physical memory access

Novidades da versão 2.16.0:
- When a UWD/DCH driver is detected on Windows 10, it will be displayed as "DCH" in driver version
- Advanced tab now includes an entry showing DCH driver status on Windows 10
- Added EVGA iCX support for RTX 2080 FTW3 and RTX 2080 Ti FTW3
- Fixed GPU-Z crash on AMD Polaris
- Added support for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060
- Splash screen is now DPI aware
- Fixed sensor list not fully visible on some DPI settings
- Fixed rendering artifacts when resizing sensor window
- Moved "check for updates" setting to main settings panel

  • Redator: Fabio Feyh

    Fabio Feyh

    Fábio Feyh é sócio-fundador do Adrenaline e Mundo Conectado, e entre outras atribuições, analisa e escreve sobre hardwares e gadgets. No Adrenaline é responsável por análises e artigos de processadores, placas de vídeo, placas-mãe, ssds, memórias, coolers entre outros componentes.

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