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GPU-Z Adds Support for Intel Xe DG1 and Radeon RX 6000 Graphics Cards

Popular GPU monitoring tool, GPU-Z has gotten support for Intel’s DG1 discrete GPU and AMD’s Radeon RX 6000 (Big Navi) graphics cards in the latest update. The release notes include a bunch of other fixes such as correct memory size reporting for the RTX 3090 and Radeon Pro 5600M detection as well. Support has also been added for Intel’s Core i5-10200H and AMD’s Radeon HD 8210E (embedded?). Here’s the complete changelist:

  • Added support for AMD Navi 21 / Radeon RX 6000 Series
  • Added support for Intel discrete graphics / DG1
  • Added BIOS saving for NVIDIA Amps
  • Fixed memory size reporting on GeForce RTX 3090
  • Fixed DirectML detection on Windows 10 Insider 20231.1000
  • Improved fake detection for cards based on NVIDIA GT216 & GT218
  • Fixed Navi 12 Radeon Pro 5600M detection
  • On AMD Cape Verde use direct temperature readings if driver temps are broken
  • Added support for NVIDIA A100 PCIe
  • Added support for Intel Comet Lake UHD Graphics (Core i5-10200H)
  • Added support for AMD Radeon HD 8210E, Barco MXRT-6700

Via: Computerbase

PS: Keep in mind that DG1 will be a discrete graphics card on the mobile platform with 96 EUs, 64/128-bit bus, and up to 4GB of GDDR6 memory. It is expected to launch alongside the 8-core Tiger Lake CPUs in H1 2021. It won’t be coming to the DIY market:

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