ZOTAC has its own overclocking software known as 'Firestorm' which is a great looking utility that provides an easy-to-use way of getting the most out of your GeForce GPU. We used this software in conjunction with GPU-Z to overclock, and keep an eye on our card when pushing it to its limits. We will have a separate article that will arrive soon with our thoughts on overclocking, but for now we're going to give you a look at the Firestorm software in question.
Here's the main screen that you're greeted with, where there's a very cool speedometer-like temperature monitor right in the middle. To the left, we have the GPU and Memory Clock, and to the right, we have some options for a Quick Boost to your GPU speeds, and some other profiles to play around with.
If you click 'Advance', you're provided with a much more detailed set of options to play around with everything on your GPU from the Clock speeds to the Fan Speed and everything in between.
A quick tease of the 'Quick Boost' option on the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 960 AMP! Edition, which pushes up the clock speeds just a bit. We have squeezed much more out of it in further testing, so expect an OC article using the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 960 AMP! Edition very soon.
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