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Friday, November 18th 2022

TechPowerUp GPU-Z v2.51.0 Released (1)

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TechPowerUp today released the latest version of TechPowerUp GPU-Z, the popular graphics sub-system information, diagnostic, and monitoring utility. Version 2.51.0 adds full support for the new NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 graphics card, including support for BIOS extraction from RTX 4090 and RTX 4080. Besides these, it supports the new RTX 3060 Ti GDDR6X variant, and RTX 3060 based on GA104. We've added the ability to monitor real-time power draw from 16-pin ATX 12VHPWR connector on graphics cards with it. Memory temperature sensors for RTX 40-series has also been added. The transistor-count of the AD102 silicon has been fixed. The DLSS Scan in the Advanced tab no longer starts automatically, and waits for you to select the drives first. It now properly indicates that a search operation has been stopped, when you click on "stop." A crash with crash in Glenfly's Advanced panel has been fixed. The Vulkan and OpenGL tabs have visual improvements. Grab GPU-Z from the link below.

DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp GPU-Z v2.51.0

  • 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, properly 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 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)

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#1
rusTORK

Hey, is it possible to add in GPU-Z information about GPU? Recently i find owner of GIGABYTE AORUS RTX 3080 Ti Xtreme rev.9.0 on 20GB (GV-N308TAORUS X-20GD_rev.9.0).
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I ask owner to take picture of Device ID from Device manager.
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Only possible driver to install was v457.41 (DCH) Beta for Win64 (27.21.14.5741), but even after that GPU-Z is unable to fully show information about GPU. But according to what it show - it's more like RTX 3090 (10496 shaders, 112/328 ROPs/TMUs).
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At the same time it was able to run FurMark v1.31.0.0.

Unfortuanlly i don't have access to files of that driver to look lines from it. But i think it might help to transfer Device ID in more recent driver.

#2
W1zzard

I've never seen a device 2205 before. Any idea where that card is from? Some ES?

The range is definitely used by GA102. The official NVIDIA drivers don't support that device either, so you'll have to mod your drivers, using NVCleanstall should be the easiest method

#3
StefanM
W1zzardI've never seen a device 2205 before. Any idea where that card is from? Some ES?

The range is definitely used by GA102. The official NVIDIA drivers don't support that device either, so you'll have to mod your drivers, using NVCleanstall should be the easiest method

Check out: pci-ids.ucw.cz/read/PC/10de/2205

#4
rusTORK
W1zzardI've never seen a device 2205 before.

Same.

W1zzardAny idea where that card is from? Some ES?

Current owner is miner and he got them "new, but without boxes". My guess that mean he got it in OEM boxes, not in that nice ones. GIGABYTE probably made them, but destoyed after.

W1zzardusing NVCleanstall should be the easiest method

I thought about this method, but how exaclty i should do it? Insert only Device ID in NVCleanstall?

Unfotuanly to investigate even more i need to buy this card (~$826) to remove heatsink and take a look on GPU markings.

#5
StefanM
rusTORKI thought about this method, but how exaclty i should do it? Insert only Device ID in NVCleanstall?
  • select "add hardware support" under installation tweaks
  • select name, fill in the name of your own GPU
  • select ID, click on the hex number on the right to copy and paste
  • select a GPU as template which is most similar to the target GPU, in this case NVIDIA_DEV.2208 = "NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti"
#6
W1zzard

Ooooh it's the 3080 Ti 20 GB .. adding to GPU-Z

@rusTORK: can you get us a front and back shot on white background for our GPU database?

www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/gigabyte-aorus-rtx-3080-ti-xtreme.b9444

#7
rusTORK
W1zzardOoooh it's the 3080 Ti 20 GB

Not 3090 20GB? According to Shaders\ROP and TMUs it look's like 3090, but bus indeeed was cut to 320bit.

I also curious is it possible to add VRAM chips and get 384bit bus?

W1zzardadding to GPU-Z

In next version?

#8
Vecix6

Info about what fails with Resizable Bar could be improved because the sentence "Resizable BAR enabled in BIOS" could be interpreted as a problem/adjust of motherboard BIOS and as I could check today it's a problem of old Videocard BIOS.

Today after changing an RTX 3060 Ti LHR with RBAR working to RTX 3070 checking new GPU-Z 2.51 found that Re-Bar was disabled:

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I've checked twice my motherboard BIOS and was enabled... after few minutes remembered that It could be an old RTX 3070 without Re-Bar Firmware, so checked vBIOS version, it was F1 version, located new vBIOs at Gigabyte website for my Videocard and upgraded, now it works correctly:

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As you can see I've changed vBIOS version from F1 to F3:

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Sorry for long post but tryied to be clear
Thx for GPU-Z program

#9
rusTORK
W1zzardcan you get us a front and back shot on white background for our GPU database?

It's same as AORUS Xtreme. Same heatsink and everything else. Here is pictures from video i got from owner after 457.41 was installed on updated Windows (before that installer show DCH error).

P.S. Owner also told me, that VRAM chips was on BOTH sides. So RTX 3090 PCB was used.

#10
W1zzard
Vecix6Info about what fails with Resizable Bar could be improved because the sentence "Resizable BAR enabled in BIOS" could be interpreted as a problem/adjust of motherboard BIOS and as I could check today it's a problem of old Videocard BIOS.

Today after changing an RTX 3060 Ti LHR with RBAR working to RTX 3070 checking new GPU-Z 2.51 found that Re-Bar was disabled:

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I've checked twice my motherboard BIOS and was enabled... after few minutes remembered that It could be an old RTX 3070 without Re-Bar Firmware, so checked vBIOS version, it was F1 version, located new vBIOs at Gigabyte website for my Videocard and upgraded, now it works correctly:

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As you can see I've changed vBIOS version from F1 to F3:

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Sorry for long post but tryied to be clear
Thx for GPU-Z program

Yeah, the problem is that I haven't figured out a way how to detect ReBAR support from the VBIOS

#11
Vecix6
W1zzardYeah, the problem is that I haven't figured out a way how to detect ReBAR support from the VBIOS

I understood, changed ReBAR in my motherboard BIOS and GPU-Z detects it's lack, so you are detecting two problems with one sentence and cannot distiguish...

Maybe you can simply change "Resizable BAR enabled in BIOS" to "Resizable BAR enabled in BIOS or vBIOS" or something similar to help users to search in both directions.

A simple search in google with words "rebar vbios" take me to the correct link in the first position:
nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/5165/~/nvidia-resizable-bar-firmware-update-tool

#12
STSMiner

@W1zzard

Did you forget to add the RTX 30x0 FE and RTX 3090 Ti cards for the 12 / 16 pin connector ?

I have an RTX 3090 Ti here that uses the supplied 12 pin connector (does not have the 4 sense pins).

Would be nice if you included those cards as well.

#13
lexluthermiester
W1zzardSome ES?

Very likely.

W1zzardOoooh it's the 3080 Ti 20 GB .. adding to GPU-Z

There we go... Replied before reading further. :roll:

#14
rusTORK

I got some more data about that cards. Owner bought them in store, but cards was extracted from PC (pre-builded). Another interesting thing, that cards have seal on screw from 3Logic Group. They working with manufacturers directly, so highly likely they got cards directly from GIGABYTE.

lexluthermiesterReplied before reading further.

Maybe it will be added in next version, since current already on server.

I read some old news about 20GB models and saw MSI's Ventus X3 OC. On card's sticker MSI added GPU name itself - GA102-250. And we saw leaks with that strange re-marked GPU - GA102-250-KD-A1. I think this is it.

#15
Tropick

Hey, don't know if this has been documented yet but there might be a minor bug with the latest version. After updating to 2.51.0 GPU-Z thinks my ASRock RX 6950XT OC Formula is actually some kind of mutant Navi 31-based GPU. Not sure if this is a card-specific issue but wanted to bring it up anyways. Thanks!
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