Squeeze More Out of Your GTX 980 Matrix Platinum with GPU Tweak
ASUS is on top of the software game when it comes to tweaking the GeForce GTX 980 Matrix Platinum card, where you can download their GPU Tweak software from their website, weighing it at around 30MB.
Opening up GPU Tweak will show you something very similar to MSI's Afterburner software, with some stats on your video card to the left, and the fun part on the right - tweaking.
You can make the stats smaller, which is a nice touch.
The main screen allows you to tweak options, with everything from GPU Clock, Boost Clock, Memory Clock and Voltages, and more.
These two screenshots are the additional parts of the tweakable options, if you continue to scroll down in the software.
In our final screenshot, this is GPU Tweak in all its glory.
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