View Full Version : Nvidia equivalent of ATI Tray tools...
The ATI tray tools has a nifty feature of being able to find the best overclock by raising MEM/CORE clocks and checking for artifacts. Is there any direct NVidia equivalent ? I know coolbits has something similar. But the coolbits ' find optimum clocks ' feature isnt reliable, it always gives different results and doesnt always give the right ones. And the coolbits thingy doesnt check for artifacts like the ATITray tools does
10-06-05, 09:01 PM
To my knowledge there is no 'artifact' tester for nVIDIA cards. I recall trying to find one when I was doing the 'unlocking pipes' gig a while ago, but I was never able to. Might be an interesting thing to do - actually code a tool to render a set of different frames at stock settings and, store them for later comparison, and then automatically be able to do 'diffs' on them. Hmmm.
If its any help , the new version (beta) of ATiTool supports nVIDIA cards now.
it has an artifact scanning feature aswell.
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