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GPU-Z: A Simple and Effective Utility for Video Card and GPU Testing

GPU-Z Download: How to Get the Best Utility for Your Graphics Card

If you are a PC gamer, enthusiast, or professional, you probably want to know everything about your graphics card and how it performs. You may also want to troubleshoot some issues, test some settings, or backup your graphics card BIOS. But how can you do all that without opening your PC case or using multiple tools? The answer is simple: use GPU-Z.

What is GPU-Z and why do you need it?

GPU-Z is a lightweight system utility designed to provide vital information about your video card and graphics processor. It was created by TechPowerUp, a website that offers news, reviews, downloads, and forums for PC hardware and software. GPU-Z is one of their most popular downloads, with over 88 million downloads as of April 2023.

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GPU-Z features and benefits

GPU-Z has many features and benefits that make it a must-have tool for any graphics card user. Here are some of them:

  • It displays adapter, GPU, and display information, such as name, vendor, model, BIOS version, memory size, memory type, memory speed, bus width, driver version, DirectX support, monitor resolution, refresh rate, etc.

  • It displays overclock, default clocks, and 3D/boost clocks (if available), which can help you compare different graphics cards or optimize your overclocking settings.

  • It includes a GPU load test to verify PCI-Express lane configuration, which can help you diagnose performance issues or check if your graphics card is installed correctly.

  • It allows you to backup your graphics card BIOS, which can help you restore your graphics card settings in case of a failure or corruption.

  • It supports NVIDIA, AMD, ATI, and Intel graphics devices, which means you can use it with any graphics card brand or model.

  • It supports Windows 11 / Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Vista / Windows XP (both 32 and 64 bit versions are supported), which means you can use it with any Windows operating system.

  • It does not require installation, which means you can run it from any folder or USB drive.

  • It has an optional installer available, which means you can install it if you prefer.

  • It has a support forum where you can ask questions, report bugs, or request features.

GPU-Z supported devices and operating systems

GPU-Z supports a wide range of graphics devices and operating systems. Here are some examples:

Graphics DevicesOperating Systems

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090/4080/4070/4060/4050Windows 11

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti/3070 Ti/3060 TiWindows 10

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti/1650 Ti/1650Windows 8

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti/1070 Ti/1060 TiWindows 7

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti/970 Ti/ 960 TiWindows Vista

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti/770 Ti/760 TiWindows XP

AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT/6800 XT/6700 XTWindows 11

AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT/5600 XT/5500 XTWindows 10

AMD Radeon RX Vega 64/56Windows 8

AMD Radeon RX 580/570/560/550Windows 7

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X/Fury/NanoWindows Vista

AMD Radeon R9 390X/380X/370XWindows XP

Intel Iris Xe Graphics G7/G4/G1Windows 11

Intel UHD Graphics 630/620/610Windows 10

Intel HD Graphics 530/520/510Windows 8

Intel HD Graphics 4600/4400/4200Windows 7

Intel HD Graphics 4000/3000/2000Windows Vista

Intel HD Graphics (Sandy Bridge)Windows XP

This is not a complete list of supported devices and operating systems, but it gives you an idea of the compatibility of GPU-Z. You can check the official website of TechPowerUp for more information and updates.

How to download and install GPU-Z

If you want to download and install GPU-Z, you have two options: you can either use the standalone version or the installer version. Both versions are free and safe to use, but they have some differences. Here are the steps for each option:

Downloading GPU-Z from TechPowerUp

The first step for both options is to download GPU-Z from TechPowerUp. You can do this by following these steps:

  • Go to the .

  • Click on the "Downloads" tab at the top of the page.

  • Select "GPU-Z" from the list of downloads.

  • You will see two download links: one for the standalone version and one for the installer version. Choose the one you prefer and click on it.

  • You will be redirected to a download page where you can choose a mirror server to download from. Click on any of the available servers and save the file to your preferred location.

  • You have successfully downloaded GPU-Z from TechPowerUp.

Installing GPU-Z on your PC

If you downloaded the installer version of GPU-Z, you will need to install it on your PC. You can do this by following these steps:

  • Locate the file you downloaded and double-click on it to run it.

  • You will see a welcome screen where you can choose the language for the installation. Select your preferred language and click "OK".

  • You will see a license agreement screen where you can read the terms and conditions for using GPU-Z. If you agree, click "I Agree". If you don't agree, click "Cancel" and exit the installation.

  • You will see a destination folder screen where you can choose where to install GPU-Z. You can either keep the default location or browse for a different one. Click "Next" when you are done.

  • You will see a start menu folder screen where you can choose whether to create a start menu folder for GPU-Z or not. You can either keep the default option or uncheck it. Click "Next" when you are done.

  • You will see a ready to install screen where you can review your choices and start the installation. Click "Install" to begin.

  • You will see a progress screen where you can monitor the installation process. Wait until it is finished.

  • You will see a completed screen where you can choose whether to launch GPU-Z or not. You can either check or uncheck the option. Click "Finish" to exit the installation.

  • You have successfully installed GPU-Z on your PC.

Running GPU-Z and checking your graphics card information

If you downloaded the standalone version of GPU-Z, or if you installed the installer version and chose to launch it, you will see the main window of GPU-Z. You can also run GPU-Z by clicking on its icon on your desktop or start menu. You will see something like this:

This is the main window of GPU-Z, where you can see all the information about your graphics card and graphics processor. You can switch between different tabs to see different types of information, such as:

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  • The "Graphics Card" tab shows the basic information about your graphics card, such as name, vendor, model, BIOS version, memory size, memory type, memory speed, bus width, driver version, DirectX support, etc.

  • The "Sensors" tab shows the real-time information about your graphics card, such as temperature, load, fan speed, voltage, power consumption, clock speed, memory usage, etc.

  • The "Advanced" tab shows the detailed information about your graphics processor, such as device ID, revision, die size, transistor count, shader units, texture units, render output units, etc.

  • The "Validation" tab shows the validation status of your graphics card information. You can also submit your validation to TechPowerUp's online database and share it with others.

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