Despite the arrival of GPU-Z v2.7.0 just a week or so ago, the guys at TechPowerUp have been busy chasing bugs and fixing imperfections, so much so that they have just launched v2.7.O of the popular Graphics Card utility. The new version includes several important bug fixes and updates the app’s internal modules. I’ll let btarunr explain in detail:
TechPowerUp today released the latest version of GPU-Z, the popular graphics subsystem information and diagnostic utility. Version 2.7.0 comes with a handful of important bug fixes and updates to its internal modules. To begin with, we've updated the NVFlash module that lets GPU-Z extract video BIOS from graphics cards, the newer NVFlash supports BIOS extraction from some of the newer NVIDIA graphics cards such as the GTX 1070 Ti. We've also fixed incorrect video memory amount reading on AMD Radeon RX Vega graphics cards. TMU and ROP counts, and OpenCL status on AMD "Polaris 21" GPUs is fixed, as is incorrect labeling of a memory clock sensor on NVIDIA GPUs. GPU-Z will no longer prevent system shutdowns and reboots on Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
Here’s the full changelog for version 2.7.0:
- - GPU-Z will no longer block Windows shutdown/restart on Fall Creators Update
- - Updated NVFlash for newer NVIDIA cards like GTX 1070 Ti
- - Fixed reported VRAM size on Vega (now 8192 MB)
- - Fixed incorrect labelling of GPU Memory Clock Sensor on NVIDIA
- - Fixed Polaris 21 OpenCL and TMU/ROP detection
Find the latest GPU-Z v2.7.0 utility from TechPowerUp here.