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EVGA's PRECISION X1 overclocking tool has an "OC Scanner" Auto overclocking tool

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EVGA's PRESCISION X1 overclocking tool has an

EVGA's PRECISION X1 overclocking tool has an "OC Scanner" Auto overclocking tool

EVGA has officially revealed their new Precision X1 overclocking utility, which will offer users a new layout, codebase and never-before-seen features, providing users with more fine-grained controls for overclocking, fan speed adjustment and RGB illumination. 

Part of this new tool is EVGA's "OC Scanner", which is showcased below. This tool allows users of Nvidia graphics cards to adjust and stress test their graphics card automatically, giving users access to above stock performance with very little effort. In the below quote, EVGA only says that their OC scanner function works with their "Nvidia Turing" graphics cards, suggesting that this feature won't be available on older graphics cards. 

Videocardz has also suggested that this feature is part of a broader technology called Nvidia Scanner, making it seem likely that competing overclocking utilities like MSI afterburner will also feature a similar function in future versions. 

    Introducing EVGA Precision X1. With a brand new layout, completely new codebase, new features and more, the new EVGA Precision X1 software is faster, easier and better than ever. When paired with an NVIDIA Turing graphics card, the new EVGA Precision X1 will unleash its full potential with a built in overclock scanner, adjustable frequency curve and RGB LED control.  

  

EVGA's PRESCISION X1 overclocking tool has an  

EVGA's Precision X1 overclocking utility will offer user several other new features, such as wattage monitoring for supported EVGA graphics cards, RGB control, an OSD, custom fan profiles for multi-GPU systems on a per-GPU basis and in-game screenshot functionality. EVGA has not revealed the release date of this new overclocking utility, though it will likely coincide with the consumer release of Turing. 

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27-08-2018, 10:00:35

kdawgmaster
I remember when ATI had this back in the day with their drivers. It would OC by 10mhz at a time and when it detects and error it would down by 30mhz or something as a safety net.Quote
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