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Nitrius
03-01-07, 04:22 PM
Is there any useful apps out to use for vista yet?
What kind of software do you use with you nvidia card and why?

I've heard of NVTray, nHancer and nTune.
A lot of people have reported problems with vista x64 and nTune so i'am not sure if i want to give it a try.
nHancer and NVtray am i not sure if works at all in vista yet...


Edit: What i'am mostly looking for is a tool which can overclock and show graphic card temp, other features is just a plus.

john19055
03-01-07, 11:02 PM
I have not heard of any overclocking tools for vista 64bit ,but vista 32bit works good with AtiTool.A lot of games will work with vista 64bit with the compatability mode.they say the new AtiTool 27 beta 1 when you disable driver signing it will work.

Princess_Frosty
03-02-07, 05:39 AM
ATI tool (0.27) works for Vista 32bit and Vista 64bit if you disable driver signing, allows full overclocking for all Nvidia cards.

Dragunov
03-02-07, 06:37 AM
I thought nvidia would come with software to overclock GPU and such :)

Princess_Frosty
03-02-07, 11:15 AM
They have, it's their new Ntune, but it doesn't work correctly in Vista for almost all driver revisions, you need a really old driver to get it to work, but performance with them old drivers is terrible anyhow.