GPU-Z: Supports RTX 3090 Ti and new Intel GPUs
After the latest update, the GPU-Z analysis software can also read new graphics cards such as the RTX 3090 Ti.
GPU-Z has also been prepared for the new Intel graphics cards.
If you want to analyze the graphics card installed in your computer more closely, you can use the free software GPU-Z to record a lot of data and make changes. For example, the sensor values of the GPU can be read or BIOS versions can be saved. An update has now been released with version 2.45, which adds support for new and upcoming graphics cards.
RTX 3090 Ti and workstation GPUs
Specifically, the upcoming Nvidia flagship Geforce RTX 3090 Ti is now supported. In addition, GPUs such as the RTX 3060 Ti and RTX 3080 Ti Mobile with GA103S chip are also recognized. For cards with a GA106 chip, for example the RTX 3050, RTX 3050 Ti Mobile or RTX 3060, the number of transistors should now be read correctly. Two new cards from Nvidia have been added from the workstation segment, the Quadro T400 and the Quadro T1000. In addition, the CMP 170 HX is a card for mining cryptocurrencies.
Steam Deck and Arc Alchemist
On the AMD side, the RDNA2 refresh models with faster memory, higher clock rates and higher power consumption have been added. GPU-Z now also recognizes the graphics unit from the Steam Deck, the Barcelo APUs and the Rembrandt APUs, as well as some mobile GPUs such as the Radeon RX 6800S or the Radeon RX 6850M XT. Rudimentary support has also already been integrated for the upcoming graphics cards from Intel called Arc Alchemist. But the creators still have to work on it. On the other hand, the recognition of the graphics units integrated in the Alder Lake CPUs from Intel has improved.
Version 2.45 of GPU-Z can now be downloaded free of charge. The download is quite manageable at 7.1 MB. The entire changelog of the new version can be accessed here.
Download GPU-Z version 2.45 for free