TechPowerUp today released the latest version of TechPowerUp GPU-Z, the handy graphics sub-system information, diagnostic, and monitoring utility for gamers, developers, and enthusiasts. Version 2.48.0 introduces several new features. To begin with, we’ve added a new DLSS section to the Advanced Tab, which has the ability to find all installed games on your machine, and report their DLSS library version. You can use this information to try and replace the library with the latest one from our collection. GPU-Z will no longer send any traffic to “,” but instead to the “” URL, so IT administrators can easily block traffic originating from GPU-Z across a large organization. Previous endpoints on “” will be disabled soon. Also, on NVIDIA’s request, we have programmed GPU-Z to disable all network activity (automatic and manual) when an Engineering Sample is detected.

Intel Arc “Alchemist” detection, sensors, specs, and reporting, have undergone numerous improvements as we’ve had more time to spend with these GPUs. Intel’s discrete-GPU power sensor is now labeled “GPU chip power draw,” to let you know that it only measures the ASIC power, and not the total board power. Vendor ID has been added for Advantech. Numerous information-related errors have been fixed. Among the new GPUs supported with this release are the NVIDIA RTX 3050 OEM, MX550 (TU117-A), RTX A5500, A5500 Mobile, A4500 Mobile, A3000 12 GB Mobile, and A1000 Embedded; and several Arc “Alchemist” SKUs. Support is also added for the legacy AMD FireStream 9170.


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