Adjust clock speeds, voltages and fan speeds to tune your graphics card(s) exactly how you want to.
Select between GPU Tweak's Standard or Advanced modes depending on your level of experience.
Intuitive options for easy tweaking. This is great for those learning how to tune graphics cards.
Sophisticated and extensive tuning options that enable complete control for experienced overclockers.
Clicking the 2D/3D button selects between 2D or 3D modes on the GPU, giving the ability to change the respective clock speeds, voltages and fan speeds of either.
Disabling the 2D mode forces the faster 3D mode 100% of the time. This is useful for overclockers and benchmarking, when GPU down-throttling to 2D mode can affect stability and results.
Tune GPU core, memory clocks, voltage, or fan speeds for up to four graphics cards independently by clicking the numbers 1-4, or all cards simultaneously by clicking "Sync all cards".
Adjust GPU clock, GPU voltage, memory clock speed and fan speed either by dragging the sliders, scrolling the mousewheel or directly typing the value into the numeric box.
This GPU Tweak exclusive function links the GPU clock frequencvy to the GPU voltage, so as you scale the GPU clock the voltage automatically follows.
This is useful for inexperienced overclockers who are looking for a mV guide when scaling frequency.
Enables the graphics card's BIOS and drivers to automatically chose the fan speed.
Gives the freedom to define a set fan speed.
The User Define mode offers you a customizable scaling curve of fan speed according to GPU temperature.
Customize the scaling curve of fan speed according to GPU temperature at several selectable points.
Applies the chosen settings to the graphics card.
Resets any changes made since the last confirmed Apply.
Resets the graphics card completely, to run at its default settings.
Save up to four custom user profiles in the 1-4 buttons, or choose between ASUS engineered presets of Power Saving (S) and Gaming (G) modes.
GPU Tweak user options. Use the tabs to scroll through the separate features.
Select the display priority for the main GPU Tweak tuning options. The keyboard and mouse sensitivity adjusts how far the +/- buttons or scroll wheel jumps the numeric values (mV / MHz / % etc).
You can select the main tweaking options on display by simply dragging and dropping to adjust the order.
Select a program .exe to be automatically launched when the benchmark button is clicked.
Tweak what Live Update does; whether it automatically updates everything, applies urgent updates only or simply notifies that new updates are available.
You can change the frequency at which Live Update checks the server between daily, weekly or monthly.
Record and make videos of your gameplay. Enable the hotkey and recording settings, then make sure you've enough space in the destination drive for the video file.
Warning: This will affect your game performance as your PC has to record the action as it generates it.
Define preferred hotkeys for application or GPU overclocking functions.
The monitoring panel displays your graphics card's real-time status, such as GPU temperature, GPU usage, GPU clock speed and voltages.
The panels can be manually reordered or customized to either show more or fewer graphs.
Select between one of the four options for the monitoring panel:
A full skinned monitoring window that snaps next to the main GPU Tweak program.
A desktop widget version of the full monitoring window, showing multiple information simultaneously.
A smaller desktop widget with a single selected information displayed.
The basic version with no ROG skin.
A desktop widgeted version of the full monitoring window, but with numeric values instead of real-time graphs.
A smaller desktop widget with more limited information displayed.
Select which sensors on the graphics card to monitor.
Note: the list shown is for reference only and will differ between graphics card type and GPU manufacturer.