Lightweight GPU information and monitoring utility GPU-Z has today received a new update which brings expanded support, various fixes as well as tweaks that significantly lower the startup time.
The full changelog of GPU-Z 0.5.4 is as follows:
- Considerably improved startup time on ATI cards, faster on Nvidia, too
- Improved rendering on high-DPI screens
- Fixed ROP count reading on AMD Radeon HD 6790, Turks & Whistler
- Fixed sensor count on Caicos, Whistler, Turks
- Fixed OpenCL detection on some NVIDIA drivers
- Memory size reading support for AMD Fusion GPUs
- Added die size and transistor count for GF108, GF114, Turks, Caicos
- Added detection for more Intel Sandy Bridge GPUs
- Added detection for variants of GT 220, GTS 450
- Added detection for faked cards based on GTS 250, 9600 GT, NV41M
- Added detection for GeForce GTX 560 non-Ti, GT 520, GF116 based GTS 450, GT 550M,
- GeForce 315, GeForce 405, Quadro 2000 & 6000
- Added detection for GeForce GTX 560M, GT 555M, GT 550M, GTX 540M, GT 525M, GT 520M, GTX 415M, GT 410M, Quadro 1000M, NVS 4200M
- Added detection for GT218 based ION 2 / 9300 GS / 8400 GS / 405 / NVS 300
- Added detection for HD 6750, HD 6770, HD 6850M, HD 6970M, HD 6670M, HD 6650M, HD 6330M, FirePro 2260
To download GPU-Z 0.5.4 see this page .