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Old 07-06-2006, 11:36 AM   #1
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Default Nvidia nTune

has any one used nTune, if so, is it ant gd and can you put everything to default after?
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The best one is Coolbits in my opinion, I know you can put everything to default after that, I have never used Ntune, so I have no idea..
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well coolbits is integrated to nTune. So for oc'ing it doesn't matter which one u use, since basicly it's the same thing. nTune has some other stuff too, but nothing too important, coolbits is all u need.
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doesnt ntune do all the system for example mem and the cpu, not jus the graphics card?
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Default Re: Nvidia nTune

I just use ntune to monitor my temps. I have never used it for anything else.
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Default Re: Nvidia nTune

haha, thats wot i do, i always have it open wen im online gaming, but iv never used anythin else on it
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doesnt ntune do all the system for example mem and the cpu, not jus the graphics card?
as far as I remember it's just for nVidia graphics cards.
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You can do just about everything with it. I'm not exactly sure what or how it does it though. If you are going to be overclocking your cpu/ram just stick with the BIOS. For videocard I suggest rivatuner.
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