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A new version of GPU Caps Viewer is available. GPU Caps Viewer is a graphics card / GPU information and monitoring utility that quickly describes the essential capabilities of your GPU including GPU type, amount of VRAM , OpenGL, Vulkan, OpenCL and CUDA API support level.
GPU Caps Viewer 1.46.0 comes with the support of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 (Ampere architecture) and new AMD Radeon RX 5300. GPUs are now sorted by bus ID (this feature is very useful with NVIDIA drivers that, sometimes, decide to reverse the order of GPUs…). Some Vulkan demos (GeeXLab) have been updated to properly work on recent Intel GPUs. And management of high DPI scale has been improved.
Version 220.127.116.11 - 2020.09.24 * fixed high DPI scaling on Windows 7/8. Version 18.104.22.168 - 2020.09.23 + added support of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3090. + added support of AMD Radeon RX 5300. + added partial support of ATI Radeon 3000 Graphics (IGP from 2009). ! updated Vulkan2 Draw stress test and Tessellation demos to support latest Intel GPUs and drivers. ! improved high DPI scaling support... ! updated: all GPUs are sorted by busID. ! updated with latest GeeXLab SDK libs (GeeXLab 0.38.1.0). ! updated: GPU Shark 0.18.0.0 ! updated: ZoomGPU 1.27.0 (GPU monitoring library) with NVAPI R450.
16 thoughts on “GPU Caps Viewer 1.46.0 Released (Updated: v1.46.1)”
thanks for the radeon 3000 Support.
I know it’s an old cad, but I think GPU caps should cover as much cards as possible, for completeness sake.
Wait!!!! This version does not work on Windows 7. It crashes with the error “Cannot find The entry point for procedure GetDpiForWindow on the USER32.DLL Dynamic Link Library”.
(or words to that effect, my windows is in spanish)
Same here. I tried the portable version too with no luck.
Thanks, I will fix this asap. I didn’t check this function and it’s available on Windows 10 1607 only.
Should be fixed now, in v1.46.1.
It works now.
althought the “gpu power” field is empty.
the “extra config” field is grayed out, but I suspect that’s because my card is pascal-based.
Yes, for NVIDIA GPUs, the Extra config field displays the number of RT and tensor cores.
Hi, does the tool support AMD Graphic cards Radeon 550/540?
If you’re talking about RX 550 / RX 540, it should support them.
Not RX550 / RX540, just Radeon 550 and Radeon 540.
This website includes it. (Second one)
So Radeon 550 and Radeon 540 are in support scope?
Duo to GPU blank is empty on these two cards…
I just checked and GPU Caps should support Radeon 540 / 550. But if you have a screenshot of GPU Caps Viewer and the Radeon 550/540, that would help me.
Sure, please refer to below link for screenshot.
Thank you, I will try to properly support the Radeon 550/540 in the next update of GPU Caps Viewer.
Got it, so it’s because current version do not support Radeon 550/540, right?
And may I know the target schedule for next update?
Thank you : )
Actually the current version supports Radeon 550/540 but not yours. It’s because AMD has many similar GPUs / cards under the same device ID (0x699F). I just added four graphics cards with devID = 0x699F, I hope your GPUs will be in that batch. Next update is planned shortly.
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