Gforce exp. Gpu Overclock

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by BlackNova92, Sep 2, 2020.

  1. BlackNova92

    BlackNova92 Member Guru

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    I was simply wondering if anyone knows/heard about, when gf exp. gets updated with the new oc feature?
    Quite curious about this one.
     
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    Screenshot from NVIDIA.
     
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    Probs around 17th? when the new cards come out.
     

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    So i want to try this reflex in Destiny2, when will it be available? Or is it already implemented in new geforce experience?
     
  6. JonasBeckman

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    Guess it's coming in the next version, says 3.20.5.15 in there with the current being 3.20.4.14 - https://uk.download.nvidia.com/GFE/GFEClient/3.20.4.14/GeForce_Experience_v3.20.4.14.exe
    So unless you can opt into the beta/experimental directly and get this build you might have to wait until NVIDIA releases it as the next update or a newer version depending on what the next numbered release build will be.

    EDIT: Looks like there's a beta too but it's the same version.
    https://uk.download.nvidia.com/GFE/GFEClient/3.20.4.14/GeForce_Experience_Beta_v3.20.4.14.exe

    Probably means you can't opt into this latest feature set just yet but it might grab it from elsewhere too so maybe.
     
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    the latest version of gfe is 3.20.4.15 (hotfix)
     
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    all the new tech looks really good so far, i really hope it makes a difference in the end, without big downsides of course.
     
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    Would be really nice if gfe can change the fan speed on all three of my fans, currently only EVGA precision can. I very much dislike Precision. Gfe probably won't be able to but i can hope.
     
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    You sure it doesn't have the be implemented on a per game basis or is this just going to a on/off switch like ULL mode?
     

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    Performance overlay would be a nice addition provided it gets good customization options.
    But can't say I'm sold on the overclock being stuffed into GFE app, especially if it's not going to work in all games and won't have a preset system on a per-game basis.
     
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    Why would overclocking not work with all games? Afaik, only freestyle is a white list only feature (also gfe's best feature).
     
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    Anybody know if there’s any good reason not to use the GeForce Auto overclocker once it comes out? It sorta seems to good to be true (free extra perf for nothing). I would expect that it might introduce instability or reduce the life span of your GPU perhaps or not work too great maybe if your cooling wasn’t up to snuff (etc), but if it’s an official solution that’s totally automatic and coming from Nvidia then maybe I’m wrong there. I’m sorta scared to use it, but also don’t want to just leave free performance on the table lol.
     

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