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GPU-Z is a lightweight utility designed to scan your computer system and display information regarding video card and GPU.

It gets you acquainted with a wide array of technical specification, thus enabling you to have a better knowledge of your computer's abilities. GPU-Z features support for the latest NVIDIA and ATI cards and includes a GPU load test to check PCI-Express configurations. In addition, it grants you permission to default clocks, 3D clocks (if any) and overclock information. Reports are incredibly detailed, containing specifications about basically, every characteristic of video cards, such as name, GPU, process technology, chip, memory type, DirrectX / PixelShader support, memory bandwidth, type of bus, memory clock, version driver, sensors, speed fans and version BIOS. You can save the complete report on the sensors as a text files. GPU-Z is also able to take pictures of the report and export it locally or to a free image hosting service so you can easily share it with your friends across the Internet.

Assessing the graphic capabilities of your video card is a very important task. GPU-Z can easily accomplish that for you; it satisfies the needs of the regular home users and professionals alike, such as system administrators.

All in all, hardcore users who constantly need to know what's going on under the hood of their machine are going to appreciate GPU-Z and its accurate reports. Since searching for these results through traditional methods can be a very difficult task, you can use this nifty application to offer you a complete overview of your video card's graphic capabilities.

Support NVIDIA and ATI cards

Displays adapter, GPU and display information

Displays overclock, default clocks and 3D clocks (if available)

Validation of results

No installation required

Fixed GPU-Z crashing during BIOS save on nearly all recent NVIDIA cards

Fixed crash on startup on Navi when no driver installed

Fixed ASUS ROG window getting cut off at bottom, hiding the "Close" button

Added support for AMD Radeon RX 5500 & RX 5500 Mobile

Updated the AMD memory temperature tooltip to clarify that it shows memory junction temperature, and that the value is the temperature of the hottest chip (not average)

Moved reset button on sensors tab by one pixel to properly align it

Reverted AMD fan-stop-detect-workaround, which was added in last version, because it introduced misreadings. AMD has fixed their driver since 19.9.1

Fixed PCIe idle speed reported for Vega 20

Fixed CrossFire detection on Navi and Vega 20

Fixed NVIDIA Quadro NVS 300 getting reported as fake

Added fake detection for cards using NVIDIA GK107 & GK208

Added fake detection for GeForce GTX 1050 Ti based on GK107

Added support for TU104-based RTX 2060 and Quadro P520