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NVIDIA Inspector v1.9.7.8 Portable


NVIDIA Inspector is a handy application that reads out driver and hardware information for GeForce graphics cards The tool is basically an nVIDIA only OverClocking application, you can set your clocks and fan speeds. Orbmu2k has released this program, which seems to NVIDIA graphics cards and offers information on tools for GPU and memory clock speed, GPU operating voltage and fan speed increase. This is a quite simple user interface with an application that will rely entirely NVIDIA drivers.


Power users and game aficionados are well aware that the graphics hardware on a system is one of the most important components and deserves a lot of attention. Since it is one of the system devices most frequently overclocked, there are many applications designed to provide video card information and performance boosting options.

Among the utilities that take care of both these aspects, Nvidia Profile Inspector is the tool of choice for many owners of nVidia graphics cards.

The interface is clearly designed for practical purposes rather than appealing visual effects, yet all the data it displays is easy to read and well structured. In a couple of moments, Nvidia Inspector scans the hardware and provides a lot of information.

With the help of this program, you can view not only the GPU type, revision and card BIOS, but also details like memory type, shaders, driver version and interface. You can check out the current temperature, fan usage and speed, GPU, memory and video processing unit loads as well.

NVIDIA Inspector can accurately show you the current, GPU and default clock frequencies, along with those corresponding to the memory and shader of each clock.

The graphics card fan can be adjusted manually, but it's probably a better idea to leave it on automatic mode so that the unit can manage it more efficiently and avoid unnecessary stress on this particular component.

Regarding the overclocking settings are concerned, the software tool allows you to select the performance level and then tinker with its advanced options. GPU, memory and shader clocks can thus be configured using their assigned sliders.

Multiple profiles are supported (per-game, or global) with lots of advanced settings that can be tweaked. A particularly useful feature, especially for overclockers, is the ability to monitor parameters such as frequencies, temperatures and voltages of various GPU components.


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