Software developers are ramping up for the launch of AMD’s coming graphics card launch. The latest is TechPowerUp’s latest version of the graphics card monitor GPU-Z where it supports NVIDIA’s new GeForce GT 430/420 but also recognizes AMD Radeon HD 6800.
According to the version history of GPU-Z it can now handle Radeon HD 6870 and HD 6850, and supports voltage changes with iColorful’s heavily overclocked iGame GTX 460.
News in GPU-Z 0.4.7:
- Improved support for AMD Radeon HD 6850 and HD 6870
- Added support for NVIDIA GeForce GT 430, GT 420
- Fixed default clock reading on Fermi architecture cards
- Added voltage controller support for Colorful iGame GTX 460
- Added PCI Vendor detection for Colorful
- Added TMU count and die size for GF106
- Synchronization mutexes are global now
- Improved stability when running multiple instances of GPU-Z / Fixed ”the driver has been marked for deletion” error
The latest version of GPU-Z can be fetched at TechPowerUp.com.