View Full Version : Nvidia nForce System tools 6.00 Beta

12-18-07, 03:22 AM
Here is the new nTune Beta, 3D monitoring etc. XP/Vista.

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12-18-07, 04:10 AM
Performance part of install ends with error (transform path) and only two other components install without problems for me :(

12-19-07, 03:27 AM
Win XP 64 here and no problems with the install. installed everything it lets you everything loaded fine to. i am also running the 169.21 drivers.

12-19-07, 06:14 AM
i wonder will this version finally work.

12-20-07, 12:07 PM
official product link:

12-20-07, 12:09 PM
I hope this successor to nTune is a succes and does what it has to do

12-20-07, 01:38 PM
Has anyone noticed this:

Products Supported:
nForce 780i SLI
nForce 680i SLI
nForce 680i LT SLI

12-20-07, 01:40 PM
I gonna wait till the beta is gone and it is released officialy

12-21-07, 11:48 AM
I hope these come out of beta soon, looks like a good consolidation of many tools. Big wish is for over 250 mhz htt oc.

12-22-07, 09:36 PM
It installed fine on my nForce 405 motherboard with 7600GT. All functions seem to work fine, except the GPU fan seems to be fixed (even it's at automatic). When I play 3D games, it didn't spin up. Went back to nTune, and it's working fine again.

01-05-08, 11:43 AM
Installed fine for me. Graphically, the system monitor is excellent and a massive improvement over the older version but the other two programmes are not very useful.

There is one slight flaw on the mobo monitor. It shows my system fan at 10rpm but my bios and Asus probe both show it running fine at 1425rpm.

BTW ntune 5.x.x.x. also showed this.

Overall quite a good programme and a good step in the right direction.


01-06-08, 06:01 PM
Neat tools, but my Gigabyte K8N isn't fully supported apparently. No voltages shown and it doesn't seem to fully recognize an opteron175 either.

01-21-08, 06:27 PM
This version doesn't remember the videocard fan speed setting. Each time I reboot I have to manually set it again.

Afraid to activate save profiles cause in 5.0 the day I did that it kept crashing my system and had to uninstall ntune 5.0 and even if I reinstalled it back the error came right back.

So dont really want to mess with saving profiles unless its the only way it'll remember the fan speed setting.

using windows XP 64bit

01-21-08, 10:35 PM
Works fine for me :)

01-22-08, 12:55 AM
Did you guys have to uninstall ntune first>?

01-22-08, 02:46 AM
I never had an old version of ntune installed. The last time I tried ntune was under XP 32bit. Then I switched to XP 64bit. And tried ntune 64bit, but it wont remember the fan speed setting after I set it.

Cant wait till I get a 3rd party cooler then I wont even need ntune anymore all I need it for is a fan speed for now.

01-24-08, 08:39 AM
I've been running system tools 6.00 beta since 12/21.


DFI Lanparty nF4 SLI-DR
EVGA GeForce 7950 GX2
GeForce 163.75

I am running on both XP 32bit and Vista 32bit

I installed from ground zero; uninstalled all video drivers and utilities including nTune and RivaTuner, ran Driversweeper.

By far this has been the best driver and utilities combination I have found to date.

I am able to:

view accurate GPU temperature(s). Vista shows independant temps, XP show one.
view and change fan speeds manually and they stick. The tool doesn't show the actual speed of the fan, just the percent of full speed.
overclock the GPUs manually
create and load profiles to set fan speed and GPU overclock. This I have only been able to do by editing the profiles directly with a text editor. The online interface gives an error
establish a profile to load at system start

I haven't been able to get any of the dynamic profile stuff to work. Always get errors (various) when I interact with those components of the tool GUI.

The profile load GUI gets messed up but if you doubleclick the profile (the file) it loads.

Added bonus: Speedfan 4.34 beta 37 accurately shows the GPU temperature(s). You can't see or control the fan speed but this is HUGE for me. The latest SFkilla Speedfan Vista gadget also sees the GPU temp.

All of this on an nForce4 chipset.