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Wednesday, 11 April 2012 20:37

EVGA releases OC Scanner X 2.1.0

Written by Jon Worrel

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Improved GeForce GTX 680 support

Following an update to its recently launched Precision X overclocking suite, EVGA has released another update to its supplementary overclocking utility, OC Scanner X, which allows GeForce GPU users to run built-in artifact scanning, a variety of performance benchmarks, GPU vitals information and CPU burn-in tests.

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EVGA OC Scanner X has now been updated to version 2.1.0 and includes better power monitoring support for Nvidia's 28nm GeForce GTX 680 graphics card. A few improvements have also been made to NV-Z, which is EVGA's proprietary GPU information module (see: TechPowerUp's GPU-Z for comparison) and now gives GeForce GTX 680 users more control over base clocks, boost clocks, current and target power.

EVGA OC Scanner X 2.1.0 can be downloaded here

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