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File size: 9.2 MBGPU Caps Viewer is a graphics card information utility focused on the OpenGL, Vulkan, OpenCL and CUDA API level support of the main (primary) graphics card. For Vulkan, OpenCL and CUDA, GPU Caps Viewer details the API support of each capable device available in the system. GPU Caps Viewer offers also a simple GPU monitoring facility (clock speed, temperature, GPU usage, fan speed) for NVIDIA GeForce and AMD Radeon based graphics cards. GPU data can be submitted to an online GPU database. Most modern video games feature astonishing visuals which eat up a lot of your video card’s resources. This does not only apply to games, specialized applications also making use of GPU. You can get details about the video card installed on your computer through tools integrated in your operating system. However, using tools such as GPU Caps Viewer you can even put it to various tests. Quick deployment and simple interface
It does not take a lot of time to go through the setup process, in a matter of minutes the interface being brought up at your request. This sports a classic look so that it does not overwhelm you with unnecessary visual elements, which is just right for an application with the main purpose being to offer info. Various info categories available
Your installed video card is automatically detected as soon as the application is launched. All available details are displayed and you can switch through several tabs, depending on what interests you. As such, you can analyze GPU, OpenGL, CUDA, OpenCL info, each in dedicated tabs. Put your video card to the test
At the bottom of the main window, you have the possibility to run several test cases, regardless of the tab you currently have opened. You can run OpenGL and OpenCL s, each with several different presets for each installed driver. Choosing to launch a lets you set resolution as well as the level of Multisample anti-aliasing to get an idea of how well your video card performs under pressure. Find any info you need
You can view a breathtaking amount of info, ranging and not limited to GPU, Meme size, GPU load, Max clock, VDDC, when it comes to GPU, OpenGL memory and extensions for OpenGL, various core and memory data if CUDA is available, compute units, constant buffer, max samplers, clock in the OpenCL tab. Even more system details
In addition, accessing the Tools tab lets you view thorough system CPU related info, as well as display mode and total memory installed. There are also links that redirect you to web pages for the latest NVIDIA or AMD drivers to keep your device running smooth. Save results to file
Last but not least, you can submit your info on the Geeks3D servers to compare with others or to view later on. Moreover, all data can be exported to a TXT or XML file, which comes in handy for testing and comparison purposes. A few last words
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that GPU Caps Viewer is a handy utility, especially for test cases. The level of detail provided is staggering, with the possibility to also perform tests, save results and even compare with a large community. It’s definitely a must for enthusiasts.
+ added command line option to disable log file: /no_logfile
+ added minimal high-DPI support. GPU Caps Viewer is no
longer scaled (blurry effect) with high DPI systems.
+ added NVIDIA TITAN V and Quadro GV100.
+ added AMD Radeon RX Vega 11, Vega 8 GPUs. the report file name now contains the report date and time
(ex: _report_20180515.093517.txt). A new command line
param allows to control this feature: /append_timestamp_to_report=0|1
* fixed a bug in the report export via command line. updated a bit the OpenGL panel. updated Intel GPUs information. updated: GPU Shark 0.11.2.0 updated with latest GeeXLab SDK libs. recompiled with latest Vulkan API headers (v1.1.70). updated: ZoomGPU 1.21.7 (GPU monitoring library).Homepage