GPU Caps Viewer 1.47.0 Released (Updated: v1.47.2.0)

GPU Caps Viewer 1.47.0


  • GPU Caps Viewer 1.47.2 (zip)
  • hash codes:
    – file size => 15644023 bytes
    – MD5 => feb63204acb599f05844ac1097dc2e56
    – SHA1 => bf77557cc21fa297c9f6d6db3845b12d3013826a
    – SHA256 => fa54099ed080f5e11922a18b5a864e1a156862d21a422dbade8833c3bd71db92

  • GPU Caps Viewer 1.47.2 (setup)
  • GPU_Caps_Viewer_Setup_v1.47.2.0.exe hash codes:
    – file size => 12099326 bytes
    – MD5 => 27b48dd20a5614aa28a35dbe5eca23b1
    – SHA1 => 1ac634e6e9f8f461b05ef7f499c0a3d5cb8983c4
    – SHA256 => 9416a2f301bf8940e42d34634056abcd0efcf9049eb411573c9a408de885f3fa

  • Forum thread (EN) for feedbacks or bug-reports

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.


Release Notes

GPU Caps Viewer 1.47.0 comes with the support of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 (Ampere architecture). The detection of Radeon 550/540 has been improved and the whole project has been compiled with VS2019.

GPU Caps Viewer 1.47.0 - GeForce RTX 2070

GPU Caps Viewer 1.47.0 - Radeon RX 5700



Version - 2020.11.09
* fixed display bug: GeForce RTX 3070 was displayed as a RTX 3080.
! updated: GPU Shark
! updated: ZoomGPU 1.27.3 (GPU monitoring library)

Version - 2020.11.06
! improved detection of AMD Radeon 550/540 (Dell).
! updated: GPU Shark
! updated: ZoomGPU 1.27.2 (GPU monitoring library)

Version - 2020.10.29
+ added support of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070.
! improved detection of AMD Radeon 550/540.
! updated: GPU Shark
! updated with latest GeeXLab SDK libs (GeeXLab
! updated: ZoomGPU 1.27.1 (GPU monitoring library)
! compiled with VS2019.

16 thoughts on “GPU Caps Viewer 1.47.0 Released (Updated: v1.47.2.0)”

  1. Jimmy

    Hi, it’s me again..
    For this version, I cannot open this tool when I use R550/R540.. (No response after clicking exe file)
    If I remove VGA card, them I can launch tool.
    Could you kindly help to check?
    Thank you!

    1. JeGX Post Author

      Is there something in the log file?
      If yes, could you paste here the full DeviceID key?
      With my RTX 2070, it looks like:
      DEV 1 – DeviceID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1F02&SUBSYS_37311462&REV_A1

  2. Jimmy

    Don’t know why I still cannot launch GPU Caps Viewer v1.47.2.0 with R550/R540 connected….
    Tested with GPU Shark, can work normally.

    1. JeGX Post Author

      Try to rename the GPU monitoring plugin to disable it: {GPU Caps Viewer folder}/gxcplugins/plugin_gxc_gpumon_x32.dll
      I suspect a bug in this lib. Let me know.

      1. Jimmy

        I can launch GPU Caps Viewer normally with your method 🙂
        But I have another problem..
        AMD RX640 shows incorrect GPU name and there is no TDP value,
        This part may need your kindly help.
        Thank you!

            1. JeGX Post Author

              It’s okay for me, I added all GPUs with devID 6987. Your RX 640 should be in that batch 😉
              I’m updating GPUs with devID 67DF (59 different GPUs…). Thanks AMD, I love this job!!!!

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