GPU Shark 0.27 released (Updated: v0.27.1)


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Downloads

  • GPU Shark 0.27.1.0
  • GPUShark-0.27.1.0.zip hash codes:

    - file size  : 628771 bytes
    - MD5        : f6afddd0ecd244db940c27b620b527fb
    - SHA-1      : f1a1beb2c0918b4b545c21b4d5b94ac6e046e7f9
    - SHA-256    : d25587c3c9d07914498db79f8bd11fe3b8ab30562e6c1c757327a6dc2bc52d94
    

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

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 0.27 improves the detection of AMD Radeon graphics cards and adds the VRAM vendor for Radeon GPUs. The old system font is back for displaying information and you can switch between different fonts (View menu). The current font is saved in a gpushark.ini file. This .ini file is optional and is used only if it’s present in the folder of GPU Shark.

 

Changelog

Version 0.27.1.0 - 2022.08.04
! improved a "lite" bit the font management.

Version 0.27.0.0 - 2022.07.28
+ added memory vendor for AMD Radeon GPUs.
+ added detection of Intel Arc A380.
! improved detection of Radeon GPUs
+ added Radeon RX 6700.
! restored the system font (default) to display information
  and added some other fonts in the View menu. Font is saved in 
  gpushark.ini file.
! updated with NVAPI R515.
! updated: ZoomGPU 1.35.0 (GPU monitoring library)

 
GPU Shark 0.27 - Radeon RX 6800 XT



4 thoughts on “GPU Shark 0.27 released (Updated: v0.27.1)”

  1. Lite

    In the font selection menu, the currently selected font is not highlighted in any way.
    The new font saving function in INI does not work correctly:
    • It saves the INI even if the “save font” item has not been clicked.
    • It overwrites the INI every time the program is started, even if nothing has changed, which it shouldn’t.

    1. Lite

      It seems I misunderstood the idea of the “save font” item because of its name. It looks like it serves only for the initial creation of INI, which you won’t understand from the title of the item.

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