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Monday, 28 May 2012 21:19

Gainward GTX 670 Phantom 2GB tested - ExperTool II

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Worthy GTX 680 substitute

With the launch of GTX 670, Gainward launched a new version of its ExperTool, which is now in version II. ExperTool allows for overclocking Kepler based graphics, displaying sensor readouts or doing simple fan RPM control. It looks much better than the previous versions as well. You can find it here.

We must say it would be great if Gainward threw in a Frame Rate Target and sensor readouts for the second card in SLI chain as well.

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Clicking Overclock G button opens up a new window, where users are free to set their OC parameters.

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Info key reveals some important information about the card.

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Status monitor is a welcome addition to any tool.

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