Thermal Grizzly shows off their WireView Pro display at Computex 2024

See your GPU’s power draw at a glance with Thermal Grizzly’s new WireView Pro monitor

At Computex 2024, Thermal Grizzly has revealed their new WireView Pro display. This display connects to the 12VHPWR or 12V-2X6 power connectors of modern GPUs and can display your graphics card’s power and current draw in real time. Users can even use this tool to measure their GPU’s power draw over time.

This product is a collaboration between Elmor Labs and Thermal Grizzly. For both companies, safety is a priority. That’s why the WireView Pro can be used with up to two thermal sensors, and even had an acoustic alarm that sounds when excessive overcurrent or overheating is detected.

The new WireView is undoubtedly a useful product for PC enthusiasts and overclockers. That said, we think it is a shame that adding a power probe to a unit’s 12V-2×6 connector results in such a ugly piece of exposed cable. While this is a minor gripe, I love to see this proble and cable can be shortened. Minimising this cable clutter would would make the device a lot more appealing to many enthusiasts.

One thing to note about the WireView PRO is that it cannot detect the power draw from PCIe slots. It can only detect power from a single 12V-2×6 connection. If you want to measure full GPU power, this isn’t the solution for you. Regardless, the data from this device can be very useful.

At the Thermal Grizzly booth, we also got to see the company’s new PhaseSheet thermal pads, and Polar Therm’s new thermal compound.

You can join the discussion on Thermal Grizzly’s WireView PRO GPU power monitor on the OC3D Forums.

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