GPU-Z to view information about your graphics card.

GPU-Z to view information about your graphics card. 2.26.0

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Do you want more information regarding your Graphics Processing Unit (or GPU), if so GPU-Z may be of use to you? GPU-Z has been around for some time now and is actively developed and regularly updated, it's free and can be run as a portable app, meaning no installation, and weighs in at under 7MB in size. You can get a copy HERE which comes as a file ready to run on 32 or 64 bit systems. Once downloaded right click the file and click "Run as Administrator from the context menu. If you see any security warnings you can safely allow it to run.

A dialogue box will open asking if you would like to create start menu items or desktop shortcuts. As the dialogue says GPU-Z can be installed at any time later. For a portable app choose No here.


GPU-Z will now open at the "Graphics Card" tab and display a summary of your GPU.


Clicking the "Sensors" tab will show some realtime stats about whats happening with your card.


The "Advanced" tab displays further information, and is divided into several sections accessible by clicking the down arrow.


The final tab "Validation" is for use when seeking help from the developers.


Finally the program options are made available by clicking the three bars to the right of the menu bar. There are two sections for settings, "General" and "Sensors".



GPU-Z is a great little program which gives accurate information which may help to diagnose issues with your graphics card, or just to check it's living up to it's makers claim. Give it a try.
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