Do you regularly fire up TechPowerUp's GPU-Z to check your graphics card specs and status? Just upgraded to Windows 10? You'll want to download the latest GPU-Z, version 0.8.5, which adds Windows 10 support and a number of other useful features.
This update allows GPU-Z to detect CUDA compatibility on graphics cards running on Windows 10. It also allows owners of graphics cards based on AMD's Fiji GPU to monitor voltage. Owners of Radeon 300-series cards will see the proper information for those cards in GPU-Z, as well. Finally, those with AMD Sea Islands, Volcanic Islands, and Pirate Islands silicon can monitor memory controller load in the utility.
Version 0.8.5 can be downloaded here.
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