GPU Caps Viewer v.1.8.4

Version: 1.8.4Size: 22.55 MBytesAdded: License: Freeware
Type: Windows 2000/XP/2003/XP 64-bit/2003 64-bit/Vista/Vista 64-bit/2008/2008 64-bit/7/7 64-bit/2008 R2

GPU Caps Viewer is a graphics card utility that allows to quickly see the capabilities of your graphics card / GPU, displays the GPU temperature, offers a convenient OpenGL extensions database and OpenGL API support, provides a GPU-burner facility as well as an online validation.

Latest Changes:

  • New: added GeForce GT 320/330/340, Radeon HD 5450, HD 5830 and HD 4290 (AMD 890GX) to GPU database.
  • New: GPU clocks reading is now regularly updated (interval = 2sec).
  • Change: updated with PhysX 2.8.3 SDK.
  • Change: temperature reading for ATI graphics cards.
  • Change: clocks reading for ATI graphics cards (now for example, under WinXP, Radeon HD 4850 clocks are displayed).
  • Bugfix: number of geometry shader texture units was wrong in OpenGL tab.
  • Bugfix: crash in first panel when an OpenCL platform had no OpenCL device.
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