Published on 15th September 2010 by
Originally Posted by OmnituensReally need to see if I can get any more out of my 285 Matrix card.
Whats Asus' software called?
Originally Posted by HustlerHmmm...i seem to have purchased a Gfx card that does not allow for manual voltage control, BIOS locked.
Typical.....Powercolor you W@#*ers.....!!!!
Originally Posted by FizzbanNice guide but it would have been better (IMO) to show people how to use RivaTuner properly, rather than the programs featured.
Originally Posted by SnipsWOW! that 460 overclocks like a demon!
Originally Posted by memerootwhat are the best over-clocking cards on the market?
also - I want an nvidia (as I have 3d ok!) card say 30-40% more powerful than the stock 460 - would an overclocked 470 reach that? can 480 even overclock?
Originally Posted by erratum1If overclocking a gpu puts you from a minimum of 22 fps to a playable minimum of 25 fps then it's worth it, otherwise if you have good fps then I wouldn't bother your just introducing instability for nothing.
Originally Posted by GoodBytesWhat I don't like with tools like MSI AfterBurner, is that everytime you start Windows, you need to give them Admin privileges. While the sucky (but still kinda works) Nvidia nTunes, doesn't (it's more of a problem with the editor, it does apply the settings correctly though). Also, nTunes provides almost the same features as the option tools.
Originally Posted by thehippoztry this good.. you can load in all your trusted apps at login using the task scheduler in vista/w7
Originally Posted by GoodBytesCool thanks.
But, another thing, is that at idle state of my computer I don't want my GPU overclock, and I don't want to switch by hand profile (and I know it's broken (like always) in nTunes this system).
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