Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Orbmu2k, Feb 17, 2011.
Niicccee...Thanks a lot Orbmu2k...
Very interesting this Monitor saver function there..
Great work, THX for adding a monitoring tool with Min
This is Great Work mate....:banana:
Greetz Beta (Tester)
Oh, awesome. Downloading now, I love more features
Nice! Thanks for posting!
Is it possible to make an minimize function..So i can minimize the Inspector but leave open the Monitoring tool..Or is it allready there and im too blind, hehe.
You may extend main window bei clicking "Show Overclocking" and the minimize button will appear or you can start the monitoring standalone with parameter "-showMonitoring".
Now just needs G15 keyboard OSD support and I have no reason to use any other OC tool lol
ahh, ok..thats cool....didnt reconized that..heh
Thanks for the quick Help..
Thanks for the heads up.
This is my favourite tool right now... so powerful! Really appreciate all your effort on this.
Thanks for update
Thanks for the update mate, this tool is the best thing out there.
Please add logitech g15/g19 lcd support so we can stop to using another program just for that. It would be awesome!
Awesome, will try it today
oh yeah very nice.
thanks for all your hardwork!
Thanks , nice tool and keep up the hard work.
You are fast making other tools/software redundant with this project !!!
Orbmu2k, any change in the next release you could add 'S.T.A.L.K.E.R - Call of Pripyat' to the list of games?
Great tool, thanks Orbmu2k !
@Vector: Its included.
Yes! Fantastic update!
Just set up the Multi Display Power Saver tool and it works a treat! My GTX460 is now sitting at 51MHz on the core and 135MHz on the memory, with both monitors enabled and it's working great!
I've set it up so when I'm watching a video or playing a game the power modes change appropriately, and other than my secondary monitor's image flicking slightly when power modes change, it's all working brilliantly.
This has had great effect on idle temperatures, going from about 39-42C to 27C!! As before the card was constantly clocked at 700/1800MHz for me, so this is fantastic!
It's not up to Inspector to provide you with game profiles.
NVIDIA has to provide them or you have to make your own.
You may export your profiles with Inspector to restore your own settings after driver upgrades.