GPU Caps Viewer 1.23.0 Released




GPU Caps Viewer 1.23.0


GPU Caps Viewer 1.23.0 DOWNLOAD


Win32 installer:
Download GPU Caps Viewer 1.23.0.2 Version 1.23.0.2



Zip archive (no installation required):
Download GPU Caps Viewer 1.23.0.2 (zip) Version 1.23.0.2



This new version of GPU Caps Viewer is a maintenance release that brings the support of GeForce GTX 960 and the display of the VRAM vendor (currently limited to NVIDIA GPUs). A crash in the OpenCL 1M-particle (CPU version) has been fixed for Intel processors.


GPU Caps Viewer 1.22.0


What is GPU Caps Viewer?

GPU Caps Viewer is a graphics card information utility focused on the OpenGL, OpenCL and CUDA API level support of the main (primary) graphics card. Even if you have several graphics cards in your system, only one is considered as the main OpenGL or Direct3D device. For OpenCL and CUDA, GPU Caps Viewer details the API support of each capable device available in the system. GPU Caps Viewer offers also a simple GPU monitoring facility (clock speed, temperature, GPU usage, fan speed) for NVIDIA GeForce and AMD Radeon based graphics cards. GPU data can be submitted to an online GPU database.


GPU Caps Viewer 1.23.0 Changelog

====== v1.23.0.2 ======[ 2015.04.10 ]
+ added GeForce GTX TITAN X support.
* fixed a crash in initialization on some virtual machines (like VirtualBox/VMware).
* fixed a GLSL bug in the OpenGL 4.0 tessellation test.
! updated: ZoomGPU 1.12.0 (GPU monitoring library)


====== v1.23.0.1 ======[ 2015.01.27 ]
- fixed the ROP count of the GeForce GTX 970 (56 instead of 64).


====== v1.23.0.0 ======[ 2015.01.27 ]
- fixed a bug in the OpenCL CPU 1M particle that 
  led to a crash on Intel CPUs (Intel bug-report).
- updated VRAM info in the GPU panel with VRAM vendor.
- added support of desktop GeForce GTX 960.
- updated: ZoomGPU 1.9.6 (with NVAPI R346)


4 thoughts on “GPU Caps Viewer 1.23.0 Released”

  1. Crystan

    Seems to have a bug when starting Tessellation demo. The exact error is: “global variable gl_FrontColor requires “#extensiuon GL_ARB_compatibility : enable” before use.

    Long story short, it sounds like a missed declaration. Should be an easy fix.

  2. Ed

    Thank you for providing the system information I sought and for collecting performance data of the various cards.

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