A new version of GPU Caps Viewer, a graphics card / GPU information and monitoring utility, is available.
1 – Download
- GPU Caps Viewer 18.104.22.168 (portable / zip archive)
GPU_Caps_Viewer_22.214.171.124.zip hash codes: - file size => 13334576 bytes - MD5 => 60cb9062a893091661607d9f275019c5 - SHA1 => ec2f305b3f0f412d719c7c03705341276abdfeab - SHA256 => ca1e9361f605728ab34288559e5fcca3f3d86f94b191aaf4e9dd84288c4c8e2b
- GPU Caps Viewer 126.96.36.199 (setup / installer)
GPU_Caps_Viewer_Setup_v188.8.131.52.exe hash codes: - file size => 10416427 bytes - MD5 => 68eb8fe58dfe6212390c96d8bf132efd - SHA1 => a0d07f3beca6518739db44b090c416c1d97927c0 - SHA256 => 0a6c3494ce8623eecf7296a7614975a070dbd0b544edd8f06f7d3792df48373d
For feedbacks and bug-reports, you can use the comment section of this post or a forum thread available HERE.
2 – Release Notes
This new version of GPU Caps Viewer brings changes in the GPU and CUDA panels. In the GPU panel, OpenGL, OpenCL, Vulkan and CUDA fields are now linked to the selected GPU when several GPUs (multi-GPU) are present in the system (see this topic ). In previous versions of GPU Caps Viewer, only the Vulkan field was linked to the selected GPU while other fields were related to the primary GPU only.
On my dev system, I have a RTX 2070 and a GT 1030.
– RTX 2070:
– GT 1030
The second change is in the CUDA panel which comes with new information: memory clock speed, memory bus width, number of CUDA cores, PCI bus ID, L2 cache:
A bug in the GeeXLab demos has been fixed for Intel GPUs (see this topic). On Intel GPUs, the 2D info (text + logo) was not rendered.
3 – Changelog
Version 184.108.40.206 - 2019.01.16 + added support of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060. - dropped support of Windows XP. ! updated with latest GeeXLab SDK libs. ! updated: GPU Shark 0.12.4.0 ! updated: ZoomGPU 1.22.5 (GPU monitoring library). Version 220.127.116.11 - 2019.01.04 ! Intel GPUs: only EUs are displayed in the GPU panel. + added detection of additional Intel UHD 630 and Iris Plus Graphics 655 GPUs. ! updated: ZoomGPU 1.22.4 (GPU monitoring library). Version 18.104.22.168 - 2019.01.04 + added GPU power info (min/max values) for Radeon HD 7000 series in the GPU panel. ! Intel GPUs: now the number of cores and EUs are displayed in the GPU panel. * fixed crash during startup on Radeon HD 7000 series like Radeon HD 7970 or Radeon HD 7850. The crash was caused by the reading of PowerTune info (OverDrive5 only) in the GeeXLab GPU monitoring plugin. ! updated with latest GeeXLab SDK libs. ! updated: GPU Shark 0.12.3.0 ! updated: ZoomGPU 1.22.3 (GPU monitoring library). Version 22.214.171.124 - 2018.12.29 + added NVIDIA Titan RTX support. ! GPU panel and multi-GPU support: when it's possible, Vulkan, OpenCL, CUDA and OpenGL data is linked to the selected GPU. Useful when you have an Intel GPU + an NVIDIA or AMD GPU. ! updated CUDA panel with new information (bus id, mem clock, mem bandwidth, L2 cache). * fixed a bug in GPU program initialization (OpenGL) in the kx framework of GeeXLab demos: the GPU programs were not created on Intel GPUs. ! updated with latest GeeXLab SDK libs. ! updated: GPU Shark 0.12.2.0 ! updated: ZoomGPU 1.22.2 (GPU monitoring library).
4 – What is GPU Caps Viewer?
GPU Caps Viewer is a graphics card information utility focused on the OpenGL, Vulkan, OpenCL and CUDA API level support of the main (primary) graphics card. For Vulkan, 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.