ASUS GPU Tweak 2.0.3 Released


ASUS has released an update of its graphics card overclocking utility, GPU Tweak. Like MSI Afterburner, GPU Tweak can be used with any graphics card on the market.

You can download GPU Tweak 2.0.3 from this page. For bug-reports and feedbacks, there is a forum HERE.

More screenshots of GPU Tweak are available HERE. I also used the tool to overclock the Matrix GTX 580 Platinum HERE.

ASUS has also uploaded a guide for overclocking a Radeon HD7970:

On my system, I have a GTX 460 (primary card) and a GT 520. GPU Tweak allows to monitor both cards but on the main GPU Tweak panel, only the tuning of the GTX 460 is possible. I didn’t find the way to change the clock speeds of the GT 520:

ASUS GPU Tweak, GeForce GTX 460
Primary card: GeForce GTX 460

ASUS GPU Tweak, GeForce GTX 460
Secondary card: GeForce GT 520

3 thoughts on “ASUS GPU Tweak 2.0.3 Released”

  1. Leith Bade

    Thanks, but no thanks. I think I’ll stick to MSI Afterburner.

    Only MSI has the excellent OSD FPS counter and temp monitor.

  2. JeGX Post Author

    Yep currently, Afterburner is the best choice. But GPU Tweak is a young project, so wait and see…

  3. helrich

    Lucky you! I can’t get GPU Tweak to work with my GT 520(or the ROG Connect utility which uses an app called “GPU Tweak-It”). Even if I open it to just monitor my cards, the 520 freaks out and crashes my system!

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