GPU-Z v2.34.0 chega com suporte para placas GeForce RTX 3070, 3080 e 3090

Modelos de GPUs integrados do Intel Tiger Lake e Comet Lake também ganharam suporte
Por Fabio Feyh 07/09/2020 14:35 | atualizado 07/09/2020 14:36 Comentários Reportar erro

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Versão 2.34.0 do GPU-Z é lançado com várias novidades e suporte a novos hardwares, mas o grande destaque está no suporte as placas de vídeo da série GeForce RTX 30 da NVIDIA anunciadas na semana que passou.


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 AMD, INTEL e NVIDIA
  • Added support for AMD Radeon Pro Vega 48, FirePro A300
  • Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Super, GTX 1650 Super, GTX 1650 Max-Q, GeForce 945A, Tesla V100-SXM2-16GB, Tesla P4, Tesla K8
  • Advanced Tab now shows PCI bus location of the device
  • Fixed crash on very old CPUs due to missing SSE instructions
  • Fixed EVGA ICX fan speeds not reported on GeForce 20
  • Fixed sensors showing all "0" on some AMD CrossFire setups
  • Improved default clock reporting on NVIDIA, even with no driver installed
  • Fixed wrong memory clock reported on NVIDIA when two cards with different memory types installed

Novidades da versão 2.34.0 (07/09/2020):
- Added support for NVIDIA Ampere (RTX 3090, RTX 3080, RTX 3070), GeForce GTX 1650 (TU106), GTX 1650 (TU116), Quadro T1000 GDDR6, Tesla V100-SXM2-32GB
- Added support for Intel Tiger Lake, Comet Lake (Xeon W-1290P, Celeron 5205U, Core i3-8140U), Ice Lake (Core i5-1038NG7), Whiskey Lake (Core i5-8265U)
- Added support for Apple Radeon RX 5700 XT & Pro 5700, AMD Radeon RX 350, Radeon E6465
- Added die size for Intel Tiger Lake and Ice Lake
- Added support for DirectX 12 FL 12_2
- Vulkan info in Advanced Panel now lists device extensions and instance extensions, sorted alphabetically
- Fixed memory overclock not showing on Navi when GPU clock at default
- Added support for GDDR6X memory
- Fixed crash during BIOS parsing on Ampere
- Do not calculate NVIDIA driver version number when Microsoft Basic Display Adapter driver active
- Advanced Panel entries will now properly reflow and wrap, when window width is changed

Novidades da versão 2.33.0 (03/07/2020):
- Fixed D3D12 Mesh Shader detection on Windows 10 2004
- Improved AMD Renoir support, fixed several crashes and issues
- On AMD integrated graphics, report power draw as "GPU Power Draw", not "GPU Chip Power Draw"
- Fixed crash in GPU-Z when "show sensor value in GPU-Z window title" was enabled
- Fixed wrong maximum scale for VRAM usage sensor on some cards
- Fixed some rare cases of AMD memory size getting reported incorrectly
- Fixed crash on startup on older ATI graphics cards
- Added support for AMD Navi 12 / Radeon Pro 5600M
- Added support for NVIDIA RTX 2060 & 2070 Mobile (TU106-B), GeForce MX330 and MX350
- Added support for Comet Lake UHD Graphics 610 & 630, Coffee Lake UHD Graphics P630

Novidades da versão 2.32.0 (29/05/2020):
- Added NVIDIA per-rail voltage and power monitoring
- Fixed WDDM 2.7 Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling readout in Advanced Tab to report "Disabled, not supported" instead of "Unknown (8)" on Windows 10 2004 with AMD graphics card
 -Added support for Intel Comet Lake 10th Generation CPUs
- Added support for AMD Radeon Pro W5700X, WX 4170
- Added support for GTX 1650 Ti Mobile (TU116-A), NVIDIA Tesla V100S-PCIE-32 GB

Novidades da versão 2.31.0 (06/05/2020):
- Fixed DirectML detection on newer Windows Insider Builds
- Added GPU voltage monitoring for Intel integrated graphics
- AMD Radeon Pro Drivers will now report their version number information
- Added command-line arguments -install and -installSilent
- Switched to InnoSetup based installer
- Improved driver version detection on some systems with NVIDIA GPU
- On Advanced tab, if Vulkan or OpenCL detection fails, report "not supported" instead of "not found"
- GPU-Z startup on slow systems now has longer timeouts to avoid errors
- Added support for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super Mobile, RTX 2080 Super Mobile, RTX 2060 Max-Q, RTX 2070 Super Max-Q, RTX 2080 Super Max-Q, RTX 2070 Mobile Refresh, RTX 2060 Mobile Refresh, GTX 1650 Mobile, GTX 1650 Ti Mobile, GeForce MX350, GRID RTX T10 (GeForce Now), Quadro RTX 8000, Tesla P40, Quadro 500M, GeForce GTX 1060 (Microsoft), GeForce GT 610 (GF108), GeForce GT 730M
- Added support for AMD Radeon Pro 580, Radeon Pro V340, Apple 5300M & 5500M


Novidades da versão 2.30.0 (13/03/2020):
- Added Advanced tab reporting for Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling (Windows 10 20H1)
- Advanced tab now shows WDDM 2.7, Shader Model 6.6, DirectX Mesh Shaders, DirectX Raytracing Tier 1.1
- Worked around Microsoft bug to fix DirectML detection on Windows 10 19041 Insider Build
- Driver registry path for the graphics device is now displayed in Advanced -> General
- Renamed NVIDIA "VDDC" sensor to "GPU Voltage"
- Renamed AMD "GPU only Power Draw" sensor to "GPU Chip Power Draw" to clarify that this is the graphics chip only power draw, not the whole graphics card
- Windows Basic Display Driver will no longer show WHQL/Beta status
- Updated Renoir to be 7 nm
- Added support for AMD Radeon RX 590 GME, Radeon Pro W5500, Radeon Pro V7350x2, FirePro 2260, Radeon Instinct MI25 MxGPU, AMD MxGPU
- Added support for Intel UHD Graphics (i5-10210Y)
- Added support for NVIDIA GTS 450 Rev 2
- Fixed crash during DirectX 12 detection


Novidades da versão 2.29.0 (15/01/2020):
- All AMD RX 5000 Series (Navi) cards now report game clock as "GPU Clock", instead of base clock
- Fixed window position not getting saved when GPU-Z is running during OS shutdown/reboot
- Fixed GPU-Z crash when the AMD driver gets stopped (during driver update etc)
- Fixed PCIe speed reporting on Vega
- Added support for Intel Iris Plus Graphics 645
- Added support for AMD Radeon RX 5600 & 5600 XT, Renoir APU, Radeon Pro Vega II, Radeon HD 8280E

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Novidades da versão 2.28.0 (09/12/2019):
- Added support for AMD Radeon RX 5500 XT, Radeon Pro W5700
- Added support for upcoming AMD graphics driver
- Fixed VRAM reporting on 4 GB Navi cards to show correct value
- Improved detection for AMD RX 470D, RX 560 Mobile, Picasso, Raven Ridge
- Fixed clock readings on older ATI graphics cards
- Added DirectX Support reporting for ATI R200 GPUs

Novidades da versão 2.27.0 (18/11/2019):
- Added support for AMD Radeon Pro Vega 48, FirePro A300
- Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Super, GTX 1650 Super, GTX 1650 Max-Q, GeForce 945A, Tesla V100-SXM2-16GB, Tesla P4, Tesla K8
- Advanced Tab now shows PCI bus location of the device
- Fixed crash on very old CPUs due to missing SSE instructions
- Fixed EVGA ICX fan speeds not reported on GeForce 20
- Fixed sensors showing all "0" on some AMD CrossFire setups
- Improved default clock reporting on NVIDIA, even with no driver installed
- Fixed wrong memory clock reported on NVIDIA when two cards with different memory types installed

Novidades da versão 2.26.0 (08/10/2019):
- Fixed GPU-Z crashing during BIOS save on nearly all recent NVIDIA cards
- Fixed crash on startup on Navi when no driver installed
- Fixed ASUS ROG window getting cut off at bottom, hiding the "Close" button
- Added support for AMD Radeon RX 5500 & RX 5500 Mobile
- Updated the AMD memory temperature tooltip to clarify that it shows memory junction temperature, and that the value is the temperature of the hottest chip (not average)
- Moved reset button on sensors tab by one pixel to properly align it
- Reverted AMD fan-stop-detect-workaround, which was added in last version, because it introduced misreadings. AMD has fixed their driver since 19.9.1
- Fixed PCIe idle speed reported for Vega 20
- Fixed CrossFire detection on Navi and Vega 20
- Fixed NVIDIA Quadro NVS 300 getting reported as fake
- Added fake detection for cards using NVIDIA GK107 & GK208
- Added fake detection for GeForce GTX 1050 Ti based on GK107
- Added support for TU104-based RTX 2060 and Quadro P520

Novidades da versão 2.25.0 (10/09/2019):
- First tab now shows support status for Vulkan, DirectX Raytracing, OpenGL & DirectML
- Fixed bluescreen in QEMU/KVM virtual machine caused by MSR register access
- Improved clock speed reporting for AMD Navi
- Advanced tab now shows Base, Game and Boost clock on Navi
- Added workaround for stuck fan speeds when fan-stop is active on AMD
- Added workaround for 65535 RPM fan speed reported on Navi
- When BIOS upload is finished show "Finished"
- Added support for NVIDIA Quadro P2200, Quadro RTX 4000 Mobile, Quadro T1000 Mobile
- Added support for AMD Radeon Pro WX 3200, Barco MXRT 7600, 780E Graphics, HD 8330E
- Added support for Intel Ice Lake

Novidades da versão 2.24.0 (13/08/2019):
- Fixed digital signature error on startup on Windows Vista
- Added support for NVIDIA GeForce 305M, Quadro P620
- Added support for Intel HD Graphics (Xeon E3-1265L V2)
- Fixed some typos in Advanced -> Vulkan
- Added Dataland PCI Vendor ID

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

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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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