A few hours ago, EVGA released a small update to its proprietary CPU and motherboard software overclocking utility that it intentionally designed in the footsteps of CPU-Z.
For the uninformed crowd of EVGA owners and enthusiast readers, the company’s E-LEET Tuning Utility is a convenient application that allows users to easily set QPI frequency and voltage adjustments from within the Windows operating system, allowing them to get a feel for maximum stable settings that can be applied later in the BIOS. The software also includes a validation feature, allows for CPU screenshots, includes a unique URL generator, and featuresa proprietary “Brink OC” feature that automatically saves a screenshot with every clock speed increase.
The latest version of EVGA’s E-LEET Tuning Utility is 1.06.5, which adds support for new CPUs, new motherboards within the company’sP55 series lineup, and updates validation. In addition, it also includes support for the company’s upcoming little red hardware-monitoring device known as the EVBot. More information about the EVBot, including its usage with E-LEET, will be announced within the next week and a half.
EVGA E-LEET Tuning Utility 1.06.5 is available to download for those owning any of the company’s eight X58 SLI series boards or any of its eight P55 SLI series boards and can be found here.