GPU-Z 0.3.7

GPU-Z logoGPU-Z is used for video card characteristics definition. This is simple application that takes about 400 Kbytes of free space and does not require installation. It supports a lot of modern accelerators, including mobile accelerators and integrated graphics. Each new release contains a lot of modifications.

This is the list of 0.3.7 version modifications are the following:

GPU-Z 0.3.7

  • Added Infotips for sensors
  • Fixed crash when ATI ULPS CrossFire enabled
  • Added full support for ATI HD 5970 (Hemlock)
  • Added full support for NVIDIA GeForce GT 240 (GT215)
  • Added "ULPS active" note to CrossFire status when ULPS active
  • Fixed overclocks via CCC not showing correctly
  • Added checkboxes to show availability of CUDA, PhysX, OpenCL and DirectX Compute
  • Improved memory type detection for GT 216, GT 218
  • Added voltage monitoring support for HD 5770
  • Disconnected fan now shows correctly in sensors (when detectable via hardware)
  • Improved accuracy of ATI GPU load monitoring
  • Added detection for ATI RV380/RV530 cards relabeled to NVIDIA 9400/9500/9600 GT
  • Added support for NVIDIA 9300 SE, NVS450, GT 240, GTS 250M, G102M
  • Added support for Intel G41

It is possible to download GPU-Z 0.3.7 from our site:

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