GPU-Z v0.6.0 Hits The Web With New Radeon 7000, GTX 600 Support

Brad Chacos

Want to know all the deep, dirty and highly technical details about your graphics card that the Windows Experience Index refuses to share with you? Hardcore system tweakers have been turning to TechPowerUp's GPU-Z for just that kind of info for a while now, and today the application got a fresh new coat of paint. GPU-Z v0.6.0 adds, amongst other things, support for many of the new Radeon 7000 hitting the streets -- and support for GTX 600 cards that will supposedly be hitting the streets soon. (Maybe even this week?)

Here is a full list of changes as reported by TechPowerUp :

  • Added optional GPU-Z installer which launches when GPU-Z is started for the first time, or can be started manually via the GPU-Z system menu
  • Added support for AMD Radeon HD 7870, HD 7850, HD 7670M, FireStream 9370, FirePro V3900
  • Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680, GT 640M, GTX 560 SE, GT 550M, GeForce 510, NVS 2100M
  • Fixed clocks not showing correctly on some systems with Catalyst 12.2
  • Fixed board id reading on pre-Fermi cards
  • Fixed OpenCL detection for ATI Fusion (Sumo & Ontario)
  • Fixed GPU-Z window getting cut off at certain DPI settings

The website offers both standard - and Republic of Gamer -themed versions of GPU-Z for your GPU identification pleasure. As we've mentioned before, it's both free and awesome, so be sure to check it out.

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