Partly in preparation for Nvidia's Fermi graphics cards, which will start shipping in April, TechPowerUp has updated its GPU-Z utility to version 0.4.0.
The latest update adds support for GeForce GTX 470 and GTX 480 videocards, but also adds voltage monitoring for several ATI cards, including the HD 5750, 5830, and 5870 Lightning. Other changes include:
Support for Intel Pineview
Fixed double memory clock reading on Nvidia with GDDR5 (real clock is now displayed)
Fixed rounding errors in RV7xx and Evergreen fan monitoring code
Added tooltip translations for Albanian and Chinese Traditional
Memory bandwidth calculation uses GB now instead of GiB
You'll also find a hardware giveaway tab in which Asus and TechPowerUp have teamed up to give away some prizes to GPU-Z users who wish to participate. Several prizes are up for grabs, including 9 Asus Blu-ray DVD-ROMs, 3 23-inch monitors, 3 ROG Rampage II Extreme motherboards, and 3 ROG HD 5870 videocards.