EVGA OC Scanner Available for GTX480 and GTX470 Onwers…



EVGA OC Scanner


EVGA has taken advantage of the PAX to show its new overclocking tool: EVGA OC Scanner.

What is EVGA OC Scanner? Mainly an artifact scanner based on FurMark engine ;)

With EVGA OC Scanner you can detect graphics artifacts even the smallest ones, those that are not visible because they have a particular color that hide them or because they are too small for you eyes!

EVGA OC Scanner includes a mini graphics card information center that shows the 3D card features such as clocks (GPU core, memory, shader), temperature (GPU, memory, VRM) or number of streaming processors (the shader cores).

EVGA OC Scanner and a GTX 480

The tool includes also an useful function that allows to protect the GPU against too high temperatures: just set a limit for the GPU temperature and when this limit is reached, the rendering is stopped.

You can select several screen resolutions, in windowed and fullscreen modes.

Currently EVGA OC Scanner is limited to registered EVGA GeForce GTX 480 or GTX 470… And from the first feedbacks from this thread, it’s not a wise decision. I feel that EVGA is going to ask me to remove this restriction soon ;) Wait and see!

EVGA OC Scanner - Download

Like Kombustor and Afterburner, EVGA OC Scanner can work with EVGA Precision



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Merci aux p’tits gars de PCi pour l’info sur la sortie du tool, j’avais presque oublié… :D
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