Overclock your NVIDIA GPU with NVIDIA Inspector
Have an NVIDIA graphics card lying around? This might be right up your alley, then: developer Orbmu2k created a tool known as the NVIDIA Inspector focused on overclocking your graphic card’s GPU to squeeze even more performance out of it.
Bear in mind that overclocking can cause a card to overheat, ultimately sending it off to computer hardware heaven. We recommend taking good care when doing something like this as a new graphics isn’t cheap by any means.
While the NVIDIA Inspector tool’s main draw is to overclock your graphic card’s GPU, it can also monitor the card and give relevant information about your computer system. Want information about the GPU, BIOS, vendor, memory size, driver version, temperature, voltage, GPU load and various clock speeds? This tool is perfect for such things.
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There’s a right-click menu here for adding additional graphs. They are pretty to look at, but not very useful if you’re interested in monitoring your system over time. We suggest finding software designed from the ground up to monitor computer systems, instead.
Overall, this is an impressive package packed with several cool features. It is basically a jack of all trades but a master of only one: overclocking your NVIDIA GPU. Furthermore, the program is still being developed by Orbmu2k, a good sign for those looking for a long term overclocking solution that works.
For those interested, the NVIDIA Inspector can be downloaded here free of charge.
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