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Wednesday, 16 July 2008 23:47

GPU-Z gets a new update

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Adds support for HD 4870 X2


Our colleagues from Techpowerup have issued a new update for the famous and quite useful tool called GPU-Z. The new 0.2.6 version comes with quite a list of hardware detection updates and some minor adjustments to the tool itself.

The new version of the GPU-Z now fully supports the upcoming ATI HD 4870 X2 and Nvidia 9800GT and 9300GE. It also fixes the clock information for R700 on newer ATI drivers and realtime clock sensor for RV770 GDDR5 memory.

Besides the usual fixes, the new version of GPU-Z can now be started in a minimized state and it comes with a tray icon that is shown when it is minimized. The new version also comes with support for Intel's G43, G45 and some variants of G35, G965 and GM965 IGP chipsets.

You can download it here.


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