GPU Caps Viewer is a free and highly-featured tool that quickly describes the essential capabilities of your graphics card/GPU including GPU type, amount of VRAM , OpenGL API support level, OpenGL API extensions database and general system configuration, as well as a GPU-Stress-Test functionality (GPU-Burner). Furthermore, this software will allow you to view extensive reports in text or XML format.

NOTE: The installer file for version 1.44.3.0 seems infected (VirusTotal report here) so we left version 1.44.1.0 as a download. Portable version 1.44.3.0 came out clean.

Features:

  • New: added support for GeForce GTX 480 and GTX 470.
  • New: added the TDP (thermal power design) for recent NVIDIA and ATI graphics cards.
  • New: added the number of SM (NVIDIA) or SIMD (ATI).
  • Bugfix: GL 3.x demos could not start with and GL 4.0 context…
  • Bugfix: Windows version detection (Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7).
  • Bugfix: in main panel, the clock speed of CUDA engines was wrong.
  • Bugfix: in the OpenCL surface deformer demo, the type (size_t) of some kernel arguments has been replaced by unsigned int.

What's New:

  • added new shadertoy demo gl32_shadertoy_covid19...
  • fixed a bug in the parsing of the /run_gxl_demo command line option that prevented from launching some demos.
  • updated with latest GeeXLab SDK libs (GeeXLab 0.29.17.0).
  • GPU Caps Viewer adds the support of the new Radeon RX 5600 XT and the GeForce RTX 2060 with Turing TU104 GPU (previous RTX 2060 were based on the TU106).