EVGA includes its own PrecisionX overclocking software, but I decided to grab the latest version through Steam as it makes it easier to have everything in the one place. Downloading it just took a few seconds and I was ready to begin overclocking my flashy new GeForce GTX 960 SuperSC ACX 2.0+.
If you haven't seen EVGA's PrecisionX software, this is what the opening screen will provide you. On the left, we have fan speed, and on the right, we have voltage. To the bottom right, we can select another GPU if you had a second or third card in there for SLI.
In the middle, you can select various things to play around with such as Power Target, GPU Temp Target, GPU Clock Offset and Memory Clock Offset. Up the top, is the most obvious part - the speedometer-like look at your temperature, clock speeds, and voltage.
There are two yellow arrows to the left and right side of the GeForce GTX 960 SSD text at the bottom, which go between options. As you can see, the display is now different as you can see the power consumption and GPU clock compared to the first image where we could see the various power targets, etc.
Next, you get a look at the Settings. Here, we have various settings for parts of the card like the OSD, fan, pixel clock, frame rate target and more.
You can even get into the General part of the Settings menu and play with other parts of the PrecisionX software like having it start minimized, start with OS and check for updates at a scheduled time to your liking.
The pixel clock adjustment is a nice touch, as you can get down to the real nitty gritty of your monitors pixel clock, especially for overclocking your monitor (which you can do, by the way).
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