EVGA Readies GPU Testing Application

"EVGA is looking to provide an all-in-one GPU tuning solution to enthusiasts."

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In recent years, EVGA have been working hard to provide enthusiasts with the best overclocking experience possible.  This includes putting out not only top-quality hardware, but slick software as well.  EVGA is now looking to add a graphics card stress testing and benchmarking application to their repertoire.

EVGA have released a screenshot of this new tool on their Twitter page.  Utilizing a rendered EVGA logo for artifact scanning and benchmarking, the application bears a striking resemblance to FurMark and ATI Tool.

EVGA's new tool can be integrated with their current Precision clocking tool, forming an all-in-one clocking, testing, and benchmarking solution.  Not only this, but a post made by Fudzilla implies that they may also be integrating their GPU Voltage Tuner application as well.  Seeing as this tool only supports a limited number of cards, though, it remains to be seen if this is true.

No word yet on when this tool will be available, though it is clear it is still a work in progress as representative Jacob has mentioned they are working on adding multi-GPU support.  EVGA is currently accepting comments, feedback, and suggestions in their forums here.

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10-01-2010, 04:58:42

Makol
I originally got this PC from a friend who was going to dump it, but I saved since I didn't have a PC (I'm a Mac user, being using them for 15 years. I'm 18 now.) and I want a gaming PC. I was a really outdated rig. Over the past 2 months I got some new parts and made myself a decent gaming PC that does exactly what I want it to do, in total it cost me $470 to fix up/totally replace everything. I guess this qualifies as my first build. Pics are low quality since I used my iPhone to take them.

original specs are:
Intel Core 2 Duo E6400 2.13GHZ
Asus P5BW-LA
2GB Crucial DDR2 533mhz RAM
ATI x1300 256MB GDDR2
no PSU
no hard drive
(pics of this rig were taken after I got a PSU and hard drive)

the new specs are in my sig.

11-01-2010, 03:28:40

f0x.
That a nice rig man, get that chip oc'd ;D.

11-01-2010, 05:00:41

stevej696
Not a bad pc mate... could do with some cable management tho ;)

11-01-2010, 15:32:32

zak4994
No offence mate but you really should fix those cables :p.
Nice rig too. :)

11-01-2010, 19:44:07

Makol
Yea, I'm still working on the cables. I may have to make a modification to the case to hide those ugly cables.

I plan on OC'ing in a month when I have time to do it correctly.

12-01-2010, 04:16:15

Socks
dont need long to set it up...i had my old E6300 at 3.72 before. 100% overclock...was a MONSTER!!!

Serious...RAMP up that FSB!!

Your not a geek until you blow something up...then you become a terrorist!

12-01-2010, 04:29:05

Kempez
Nice mate. A little cable management and some overclocking and you'll be set :D

14-01-2010, 22:10:47

Makol
I just fixed up the cables, not much I can do since the cable are pretty short. the air flow is much better and my temps went down a little. now it's time to OC!!!

15-01-2010, 01:52:09

killablade

I just fixed up the cables, not much I can do since the cable are pretty short. the air flow is much better and my temps went down a little. now it's time to OC!!!



That's the spirit! :p
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