GPU-Z 0.8.7 Released




GPU-Z 0.8.7 + GeForce GTX 960

A new version of GPU-Z is available. GPU-Z 0.8.7 adds support for new GPUs, fixes a variety of bugs, and improves the interface.

You can download GPU-Z 0.8.7 from this link.

Changelog:

  • Radeon Software Crimson Edition Driver version is now properly detected
  • Fixed 1.55V GPU voltage reading on AMD “Fiji” GPUs when in ULPS
  • Fixed “Skylake” iGPU DirectX 12 feature level to correctly show 12_1
  • Fixed bluescreen on Intel Cloverview (Atom Z2760)
  • Fixed CUDA detection for devices on bus number bigger than 9
  • Fixed AMD Beema naming
  • Improved explanation for OpenCL detection errors on AMD GPUs
  • Some HD 2000 and HD 3000 cards are now correctly recognized as ATI
  • Revision ID is now always displayed as two digits
  • Fixed shader model still being displayed on older cards
  • Fixed millisecond precision in log file timestamps
  • Updated Armenian language texts
  • Miscellaneous Stability fixes
  • Added support for NVIDIA GTX 980M 8GB, GTX 965M, GTX 750 (GM206), GT 710 (GK208), Quadro K1200, M5000, M2000M, M1000M, K2200M, GRID K160Q, Tesla K80
  • Added support for AMD R9 380X, R7 350, Mullins
  • Added support for Intel Skylake Graphics 510, P530, 540

source