EVGA Precision X1 Software will choose best Overclocking parameters for RTX 20 Series

EVGA today announced the availability of its Precision X1 overclocking and monitoring tool for NVIDIA RTX 20 series graphics cards. The Precision X1 software introduces a new design, a whole new codebase as well as new features and much more, while EVGA says it’s faster, easier to use and better than ever.

EVGA Precision X1 Software will choose best Overclocking parameters for RTX 20 Series

 

  • The graphical user interface completely new, faster and easier to use.
  • Real-time voltage monitoring (on EVGA graphics cards supported).
  • Full compatibility with GeForce RTX graphics cards (soon GTX compatibility)
  • RGB LED control that supports graphics cards and/or NVLink Bridge.
  • Sync LED that synchronizes with other RGB components from EVGA.
  • Independent and dynamic voltage/frequency points for total control.
  • New OC Scanner to find the best stable overclock.
  • The screen on screen (OSD) shows the vitals of the system at a glance.
  • GPU clock, memory and Voltage control.
  • Control and curve of the speed of the customized fans.
  • Profile system that allows up to 10 profiles with a hotkey.
  • Screen capture functions.
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The Precision X1 has a built-in overclocking scanner (OC scanner) that automatically sets the best possible frequencies for the graphics card algorithmically, which is one of the great new features of this tool and saves time when searching manually.

 

The tool also features an adjustable frequency curve, multi-GPU fan curve controls, and RGB LED control.