The new GPU-Z update adds support for 10th-gen Intel Core processors and the Windows 10 May 2020 update
TechPowerUp has announced a new version (2.32.0) of its popular GPU-Z tool. It adds support for a number of new cards and CPUs, 10th-gen Intel silicon included. This update also includes the more granular detection of stepping in Comet Lake-S processors.
GPU-Z v2.32.0 also now supports the latest update to Windows 10. It also addresses an issue in which WDDM 2.7 hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling readout is reported as "Unknown (8)" rather than "Disabled, not supported" in the Advanced tab.
This new version of the popular diagnostics app can also now tell between Q0 and G1 stepping in Comet Lake-S processors. This may be useful to those who need to prove either is present in their CPU for validation or commercial reasons.
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