TechPowerUP has recently improved its GPU-Z tool to version 2.51.0, adding 16-Pin cable power monitoring & GeForce RTX 4080 support.
TechPowerUP GPU-Z introduces new support for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 and useful 16-pin power monitoring feature
When the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 was released, GPU-Z was prepared for the product's newest graphics card with full monitoring support. Today, they add support for the company's RTX 4080 GPU and some BIOs information extraction from the two most recent NVIDIA GPUs. Additionally, the company has included some predecessor graphics cards, such as the recently released RTX 3060 Ti GDDR6X and GA104 variations.
Another excellent addition to the software is real-time information about power consumption from the 16-pin 12VHPWR connector on NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 4090 series. This will allow users to see the power rising, as we have seen in the aftermath of the connector and graphics card, as well as temperature sensors for the onboard graphics memory.
Several other updates were added to the latest version of GPU-z, which we have listed below for easy access.
- Added full support for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080
- Added BIOS save/upload support for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 and 4090
- Fixed wrong transistor count on GeForce RTX 4090
- Added support for monitoring 16-pin power input
- Fixed missing memory temperature on GeForce 40 Series
- Fixed crash in Glenfly Advanced panel
- DLSS Scan in Advanced Panel no longer starts automatically and lets you select the drives to scan first
- When the "Stop" option is selected in DLSS Scan, correctly indicate that the search has stopped.
- The list of Vulkan extensions is now one entry per line
- The list of OpenCL extensions is now one entry per line and sorted alphabetically
- Fixed negative Gather Offsets range displayed as a positive integer in Vulkan info
- Added support for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti GDDR6X, RTX 3060 (GA104-B), MX750 A, RTX A500 Laptop, RTX A4500 Embedded, Tesla T10, Quadro K5100M (GK104-B)
For all those needing to update the newest GPU-Z for their system, you can head over to the TechPowerUp GPU-Z v2.51.0 download page and install it for your new and existing NVIDIA hardware.