SOFT – GPU-Z 2.8.0

GPU-Z es una utilidad de diagnóstico y monitoreo de gráficos para PC, que le brinda información actualizada de las GPU instaladas en su sistema y le permite monitorear sus velocidades de reloj, temperaturas, velocidades de ventilador, voltajes, uso de memoria dedicado, entre otras cosas.


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v2.8.0 (23 de febrero de 2018)
Se corrigieron los bloqueos y otros problemas en AMD Ryzen Raven Ridge APU
Se agregó información del decodificador de hardware DXVA 2.0 a la Pestaña Avanzada
La opción de menú “Desactivar sensor” ahora se llama correctamente “Ocultar”
Supervisión de uso mejorada de VRAM en AMD
Rendimiento de representación mejorado del sensor NVIDIA PerfCap
Mejora de los informes de límite de potencia de AMD en el panel avanzado
“MemVendor” ahora está incluido en la salida de volcado XML
Se corrigió el dibujo del sensor PerfCap de NVIDIA fuera de su área
Se corrigió el error de “lectura de BIOS no admitida” en NVIDIA, en algunas placas base
Se corrigió la detección del tipo de memoria HBM en la pestaña Avanzado en Fury X
Errores de temperatura corregidos en Vega
Se corrigió la etiqueta “Firma digital” que se truncó en algunas pantallas hidpi
Se agregó soporte para RX 460 Mobile, RX 560 Mobile, RX 570 Mobile, RX 580 Mobile, RX 550 basado en Baffin LE

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16 Replies to “SOFT – GPU-Z 2.8.0”

  1. Y.M@RiN3

    oe si puedes publicar un msi afterburner que funcione en win 10 RS4 te lo agradeceria porq al parecer la version q tengo en la casa ya en este windows no camina

    osniel por lo q veo aun esta complicado en la pincha

    salu2s

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    • Maikel Autor del Post

      el MSI After que tengo es el 4.5. salió el 24 de abril. vere como lo pngo, son casi 40MB
      mi idea es mantener los archivos e irlos sustituyendo cuando salgan nuevas versiones, elimnar los viejo asi como el articulo y pornelo nuevo.
      a mneo que se cuadre con Osniel una seccion especifica para software, asi todo queda en un solo sitio agrupado

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        • Maikel Autor del Post

          Version 4.5.0

          Minimum, average, maximum, 1% low and 0.1% low framerates are now displayed in On-Screen Display with special text formatting tags introduced by new RivaTuner Statistics Server. The tags are allowing On-Screen Display clients to display independent benchmark statistics simultaneously for multiple running 3D applications instead of displaying foreground 3D application statistics only
          Improved default MSI Cyborg White skin. Monochrome on / off states of fan speed auto button were hardly identifiable before, they are more contrast now
          Added power user oriented restore points system. Experienced users may use new /backup and /restore command line switches to create multiple named restore points containing full backups of MSI Afterburner’s settings (including hardware profiles and custom hardware monitoring plugin configurations) and restore settings from any previously created restore point if necessary
          Improved hardware monitoring module:
          Improved built-in performance profiler. Now you may enable “Show profiler panel” option is the context menu of hardware monitoring window to see an additional panel with detailed per-sensor polling statistics in hardware monitoring window status area. Polling statistics visualizes information about the slowest polled sensors with maximum polling time, so power users can easily identify problematic sensors eating most of CPU time on each polling period (e.g. abnormally slow GPU power sensor in some versions of NVIDIA drivers)
          Improved correction formulas support. Now in addition to “x” variable representing current data source the formulas may also use sibling data sources. For example, you may use “x – “RAM Usage”” correction formula for “Pagefile usage” (commit charge) data source to subtract RAM usage from displayed value
          Fixed incorrect tracking markers rendering on the graphs dynamically added to hardware monitoring module
          Fixed incorrect tracking markers rendering when monitoring ring data buffer is full
          Added experimental support for Intel i7 and i9 7XXXX LGA2066 CPUs
          Added CPU package power monitoring for Intel CPUs
          Minimum sampling interval for CPU usage calculation has been reduced from 1000ms to 100ms
          Original RivaTuner’s monitoring history fragment selection and selected fragment processing functionality is back! Now you may hold and press left mouse button on initial desired position in hardware monitoring window to begin fragment selection, then drag mouse cursor to desired final position and release left mouse button to select a fragment. The following functionality is available for selected fragments:
          When the fragment is selected, minimum and maximum displayed values are estimated within selected fragment only. This feature can be used if you don’t need the global minimum and maximum values, estimated during whole monitoring session, and wish to see local minimum and maximum values estimated within some shorter period of time (e.g. during benchmark application runtime only).
          When the fragment is selected you may use the context menu of any graph to set tracking marker into the local minimum or maximum position within the selection. This feature can be used to automate the process of identifying and visualizing the moments of reaching peak values (e.g. peak GPU temperature) on desired fragments
          Improved monitoring plugins architecture:
          Added plugin descriptions to plugins selection window
          Added new SetupSource API function allowing you to configure the plugins. This function is allowing you to customize the plugins either globally from plugin selection window (e.g. configure whole list of data sources exported by each plugin) or customize desired data source only directly from corresponding graph properties window (e.g. change network download rate units from MB/s to KB/s). SetupSource function usage is demonstrated in SDK in updated AIDA64 and PerfCounter plugins
          Added new GetHostAppProperty API function allowing the plugins to retrieve various properties from the host application (i.e. MSI Afterburner), e.g. retrieve GUI color scheme specific to the currently selected skin. GetHostAppProperty guru function usage is demonstrated in SDK in updated AIDA64 and PerfCounter plugins
          Improved monitoring plugins:
          Now the plugins store user customized and built-in default configurations in separate files, so your custom plugin settings won’t be lost on new version install
          Added configuration GUI for AIDA64, HwInfo and PerfCounter plugins. Each plugin’s user interface is allowing you to edit the list of sensors exported by each plugin, export full list of available sensors to a text file, customize each sensor’s properties or reset plugin settings to defaults
          Improved PerfCounter plugin:
          Added support for performance counters with non-localized names (e.g. “GPU Engine” under Windows Fall Creators Update)
          Added support for dynamic data sources. Dynamic data sources are not validated during creation, such sources are allowed to export no data until some condition is met (e.g. “CPU usage” performance counters specific to some target process export data only when the process is running)
          Improved SMART plugin:
          Added airflow temperature SMART attribute support for Intel/Samsung SSDs.
          Added new CPU plugin:
          The plugin fully duplicates MSI Afterburner’s built-in CPU temperature monitoring implementation (with the only exception of AMD Ryzen codepath, which cannot be open sourced due to NDA) and shows third party plugin developers how to implement low-level CPU specific sensors in plugins using CPU MSR registers and PCI configuration space access API
          Added new GPU plugin:
          The plugin shows third party developers how to extend MSI Afterburner’s GPU monitoring functionality and implement own GPU specific sensors in plugins using GPU enumeration and identification API. The plugin is demonstrating implementation of D3DKMT GPU performance counters providing unified vendor agnostic per-engine GPU usage, dedicated and shared memory usage monitoring
          Fixed issue in context help system, which could cause the tooltip to flicker when it was displayed below mouse cursor
          RivaTuner Statistics Server has been upgraded to v7.1.0

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          • Maikel Autor del Post

            mmm, no se, quizas busque y te mande. si a fin de cuentas la ventana del MSIAf no se usa, a lo mas la que pongo en prueba es la ventana de las graficas y en juego ni esa, para eso la informacion de interes en pantalla.

          • Marshmello

            de vez en cuando lo trasteo ahi paraaa….. para trastear… si te encuentras alguno mejor me dices, como si son el mismo modelo pero d diferentes colores.
            hay un pdf en la carpeta Docs del msi aft. pero no entiendo ni papa, no dice q programa se utiliza para modificarlos

          • Maikel Autor del Post

            el trae varios skins incluidos. yo uso el rojo estandar, que los numeros se ven mejor. cuando lo veo, jajaja

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