GPU-Z, the new version has a measure to curb NVIDIA GPU leaks
The latest version of the popular software GPU-Zuseful for monitoring GPU parameters, presents two interesting news. The firstthe most interesting for the end user, is the addition of the DLSS section within the “Advanced” tab, a place where you will keep track of all the games installed on your PC with support for NVIDIA’s upscaling technology with a version implemented. It is a function for the use and consumption of nerds, but it makes it easy for the most curious know which version of DLSS is implemented in one game or another.
The other interesting novelty, explained in the changelog, is a change imposed by NVIDIA and that seems to want stem the spread of leaks of future upcoming cards. “When an NVIDIA Engineering Sample GPU is installed, GPU-Z will block all network activity (functionality required by NVIDIA) “, reads the program page.
In practice, NVIDIA wants to prevent third parties, such as AIB partners, from sending information on the specifications and BIOS of future projects to the TechPowerUP database. Obviously it is a measure that can be easily bypassed via screenshots and other solutionspublishing everything online on some forum or other shores.
Another anti-leak measure is as follows: “GPU-Z will no longer send traffic to www.techpowerup.com and will only use www.gpu-z.com, which makes it easy for IT administrators to block traffic from GPU-Z. All previous endpoints on techpowerup.com will be disabled soon, update the firewall rules accordingly “.
HP laptop all-rounder con Ryzen 7, 8GB in RAM, 512GBof lightning-fast SSD and screen Full HD a
469,99? Crazy price
su Amazon(while stocks last!)