A new release of NVIDIA Inspector is available. NVIDIA Inspector is an GPU tool for NVIDIA graphics cards only and combines the monitoring of the GPU as well as its tuning (read overclocking).
You can download NVIDIA Inspector 22.214.171.124 here:
Changelog of recent versions:
Version 126.96.36.199 - added memory bandwidth calculation to memory buswidth display - fixed baseclock range out of bounds in some cases - workaround for strange vcore offset on negative base clock offset - replaced mem usage display by pci-e interface info on main gui - added max boost clock estimation Version 188.8.131.52 - added "+" sign for offset values - added small startup delay for MDPS tray start - fixed restoreAllPStates to work for offsets as well - added adaptive vsync flag to custom settings (for 300+ drivers) - added FXAA to custom settings (for 300+ drivers) Version 184.108.40.206 (Beta) - fixed highest voltage offset step was not selectable - added new functions for voltage and clock reading Version 220.127.116.11 (Beta) - fixed home profile button do not work as expected on 300.xx drivers - added current bus usage to monitoring - added current power consumption level to monitoring and main gui (kepler only) - fixed current voltage reading for kepler - added support for base/boost clock reading (kepler) - added support for base clock offset (kepler) - added support for memory clock offset (kepler) - added support for voltage offset (kepler) - added support for power target (kepler) - added CLI params for base, memory, voltage offsets and power target - fixed MDPS for kepler (no need anyway)
NVIDIA Inspector hompage can be found HERE.