GPU Shark is a straight forward, lightweight (couple of hundred of KB) and free GPU checking device, in view of ZoomGPU, for NVIDIA GeForce and AMD/AT
GPU Shark can show for each GPU the clock speeds (GPU center, memory), fillrates, execution states (or PStates), GPU fan speed, GPU/memory/MCU use and power utilization (NVIDIA).
The primary element of GPU-Shark is to screen all accessible GPUs and envision them all in a solitary window. That is the fondamental contrast with GPU Caps Viewer. Undoubtedly GPU Caps is centered around the fundamental illustrations card, the one that can run OpenGL and Direct3D applications. With GPU Caps, you can’t approach the data of auxiliary cards. Likewise, GPU Caps has numerous different highlights like OpenCL or CUDA information and has a few constant 3D demos (OpenGL and OpenCL). Every one of these highlights have a downside: GPU Caps accompanies a few records (DLLs and demos information).
GPU Shark is accessible for Microsoft Windows just (XP, Vista and Seven). GPU Shark offers a worldwide perspective of every one of your designs cards in a solitary window. GPU Shark can show for each GPU the clock speeds (GPU center, memory and shader processors), execution states (or PStates), GPU fan speed, and GPU/memory/MCU use.
GPU-Shark gives a review of all your GPUs and has two survey modes: disentangled and detailled. In streamlined mode (default), just the basic equipment data is shown: designs card name, temperatures (GPU, PCB) and tickers (GPU, memory and shader). In nitty gritty mode all information is accessible: GPU codename, driver variant, profiles rendition, gadget ID, and so forth.