A new version of GPU Shark, a tiny GPU monitoring utility (Windows 32-bit) for NVIDIA GeForce and AMD Radeon graphics cards, is available. GPU Shark offers a global view of all your graphics cards in a single window.
GPU Shark 0.17.0
GPU Shark 0.17.0 is a maintenance release that has been compiled with latest NVAPI 445. For NVIDIA Turing GPUs, the number of raytracing and tensor cores is displayed. But weirdly, the number of tensor cores returned by NVIDIA driver is 0 for my RTX 2070. In that case, GPU Shark displays a number of tensor cores = CUDA cores / 8.
– GeForce RTX 2070:
GPU Shark 0.17.1
GPU Shark 0.17.1 is a minor update. The AMD AGS library has been updated to the latest v5.41. On Radeon GPUs, the ASIC family and number of RDNA work group processors are displayed.
– Radeon RX 5500 XT
Version 0.17.1.0 - 2020.06.03 + added ASIC family, number of compute units and RDNA work group processors for AMD Radeon GPUs. ! updated: ZoomGPU 1.26.1 (GPU monitoring library) with AMD AGS 5.4.1. Version 0.17.0.0 - 2020.06.01 + added number of raytracing and tensor cores for NVIDIA Turing GPUs. ! updated: ZoomGPU 1.26.0 (GPU monitoring library) with NVAPI R445.