GPU-Z Update Adds Full Support for AMD A-Series Fusion Processors

Paul Lilly

There's a new version of GPU-Z available for download (version 0.5.5) that now fully recognizes AMD A-Series Fusion processors. In addition, the latest build adds support for numerous videocards not previously recognized, fixes a shader count detection issue for Blackcomb (mobile AMD Cayman), adds a PowerColor hardware giveaway, and more.

Support for a dozen Nvidia GPUs were added to the latest build, including Nvidia GeForce GT 560 Ti OEM, GT 545, GT 530, GeForce GTX 580M, GT 555M GeForce 520MX, GT 520M, 510M, 305M, Quadro 5000, Quadro 4000M, and Quadro 400. On the AMD side, the list isn't quite as expansive, but now includes support for the Radeon HD 6290, E6760, E4690, FirePro V8800, V3700, and FirePro 2460 (FireMV).

For those that don't know, GPU-Z is a lightweight utility similar to CPU-Z, but intended specifically for GPUs. It reveals all kinds of information about your graphics chip, things like the die size, number of transistors, BIOS version, manufacturing process, pixel fillrate, texture fillrate, shaders, and much more. It also pulls information from system sensors to troubleshoot an ailing card, or to ensure your GPU is firing on all cylinders.

You can download the latest version here .

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