GPU Caps Viewer 1.19.0 Released

GPU Caps Viewer 1.19.0

Finally I found the time to update GPU Caps Viewer. This new version brings the support of latest GeForce and Radeon cards (Geforce GTX 780 Ti, Radeon R9/R7 family as well as a stack of Quadro workstation cards (see the changelog).

The OpenGL tab has been updated and the OpenGL extensions list is now directly visible. For OpenGL 3/4 extensions, the OpenGL version is indicated near the extension name.

GPU Caps Viewer 1.19.0, OpenGL extensions viewer
OpenGL panel for a Quadro K4000

The GPU has been updated too with a minor change: now the GPU configuration is displayed: cores – TMUs – ROPs:

GPU Caps Viewer 1.19.0, GeForce GTX 660

GPU Caps Viewer 1.19.0 DOWNLOAD

You can download GPU Caps Viewer 1.19.0 here:
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Win32 installer:

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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 / Quadro and AMD Radeon based graphics cards.


  • added support of GeForce GTX 780 Ti, Radeon R9 290X, R9 290, R9 280X, R9 270X, R7 260X, Quadro K600, K2000, K2000D, K4000, K5000, K6000, Quadro 400, 410, 600, 2000, 2000D, 4000, 5000, 6000, 7000
  • added OpenGL 4.4 support.
  • updated OpenGL extensions list (now in OpenGL panel) with the OpenGL version near of OpenGL 3/4 extensions.
  • Update: ZoomGPU 1.8.21 (GPU monitoring lib).

5 thoughts on “GPU Caps Viewer 1.19.0 Released”

  1. Davey M

    Is that the same reason why my R7 260x is detected as HD 8600/8700M?

  2. JeGX Post Author

    The R9 280X has the same device id than the HD 7970 (for AMD both cards are the same). Depending on how the cards are listed in GPU Caps Viewer internal db, a HD 7970 is seen as a R9 280X and vice-versa. Same thing for all rebranded cards. I’ll try to improve that point.

  3. Stefan

    You could use myriads of SUBSYS_IDs or fall back to the code name.

    Here is an idea for the NVIDIA GF117 😀

    NVIDIA_DEV.1140 = “NVIDIA GeForce GF117 / GT 620M / GT 625M / GT 630M / 705M / 710A / 710M / GT 720M / 820M / Quadro NVS 5200M”

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