[GPU Tool] GPU-Z 0.4.3 Available With Better GTX 480 Support

GPU-Z GeForce GTX 480

The new version of GPU-Z is out. This version improves the support of GeForce GTX 480 with full voltage controller and real-time clock monitoring monitoring.

Here is a screenshot of all sensors available for a GTX 480: 😉

GPU-Z GeForce GTX 480 - All sensors

You can download GPU-Z 0.4.3 HERE

Complete changelog:

  • Added full voltage controller monitoring for GeForce GTX 480
  • Added real-time clock monitoring for GF100
  • Added detection for vendor GALAXY
  • Complete revamp of voltage controller architecture. Adds voltage monitoring for many ATI and NVIDIA cards and generic monitoring method for NVIDIA cards via driver.
  • Added support for %gt;4 GB memory on NVIDIA
  • Fixed memory clock reading on some HD 5670 cards
  • Fixed thermal sensor count on some ATI Evergreen models
  • Fixed incorrect default clock reading on some ATI Evergreen models
  • Added detection for NVIDIA GTX 465, GT 320M GT 335M, ION variant, GT 340, Tesla C2050, Tesla M2050, GTX 285M, GT 325M, Quadro FX 880M, Quadro FX 1800M
  • Added detection for ATI HD 5570, Mobility 4550, Mobility 5870, HD 4250, HD 4290, FirePro V7750
  • Added detection for Intel GMA 3150
  • Added fix for ADT7473 coldbug (GTX 480) via commandline parameter /fixcoldbug
  • Added OCP adjustment for CHL8266 (GTX 480). Use it via command line parameter /chl8266ocp without parameter to query, with numeric value seperated by space to set. This is a permanent change that will not be reverted by powering down the system.



  • Fool Gamer

    thank man_
    downloading now

    techpowerup.com take long time download

    use this site to download gpu-z


  • Rik55

    Had some issues myself with the first GPU-z 0.4.3 upload and my AV software. Kept getting Quarantined. W1z has uploaded a revised to fix a specific crash some users were experiancing. This revision, on my system, is passing my AV (Norton) with no issues.

  • Rik55

    We’re up to the 3rd revision now. There were some crashing issues with specific X2 cards. To find out which revision you have, right click on the gpu-z.exe – properties – details. Current version now stands at GPU-z direct from techpowerup.com

  • davidlim

    where to find GPU-z direct from techpowerup.com?

    all points to 0.4.3

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