EVGA OC Scanner X - Il compagno GeForce Essential
Introduzione: EVGA OC Scanner X è il programma di utilità essenziale per qualsiasi scheda EVGA GeForce. Questa applicazione permette di utilizzare la scheda al limite con l'esclusivo built-in (scansione artefatta), i benchmark, le informazioni vitali della GPU, CPU burn e funzionalità incorporate. In combinazione con EVGA Precision X, la vostra esperienza overclocking per la scheda GeForce è completa!
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- CPU Burn In Module
- NV-Z GPU Info Module
- Built-in tester stress per trovare e segnalare artefatti
- Funzione di benchmark per testare velocemente le prestazioni
- Visualizza parametri vitali, velocità di clock della GPU e temperature
- GPU Tessellation test
- Funzione per la protezione della GPU che permette lo spegnimento automatico ad una temperatura impostata
- Risoluzioni dello schermo personalizzabili
- Immagine di sfondo colore della texture e colori OSI personalizzabili
- Funzione Built-in log
- Supporto SLI
Requisiti di sistema:
- Microsoft Windows 8 / 7 / Vista / XP
- Scheda grafica serie GeForce TITAN, 700, 600, 500, 400 o 200
- New GUI
- New Tessellation Test
- New Particle Test
- Added Memory Stress Tests
- Added support for GeForce GTX 780
- Updated 3D Framework
- Updated NV-Z 0.4.9
- Added support of GeForce GTX 650 Ti BOOST
- Added new 16/9 resolutions
- Updated: NV-Z 0.4.8
- Added support of GeForce GTX Titan
- Updated: NV-Z 0.4.7
- Update: Compiled with ZoomGPU 1.8.13 (including official NVAPI R313)
- Updated: NV-Z 0.4.6
- Compiled with ZoomGPU 1.8.11 (including NVAPI R313)
- Supports GeForce GTX 650 Ti
- Updated GPU load limiter for GTX 600. When GPU load limiter is enabled, OC Scanner tries to limit the GPU power consumption to the power target value.
- Updated: NV-Z 0.4.5
- Compiled with ZoomGPU 1.8.9
- Supports GeForce GTX 660 and GeForce GTX 650
- Updated: NV-Z 0.4.4
- Compiled with ZoomGPU 1.8.6 (NVAPI R304)
- Supports GeForce GTX 660 Ti.
- Adds a new OpenGL 4 stress test called Furry-Tessy Donut.
- Updated: NV-Z 0.4.3.
- Compiled with ZoomGPU 1.8.4 (NVAPI R302)
- Removed Heavy mode in settings, now each 3D test has only one rendering mode.
- Supports GeForce GTX 690
- Compiled with ZoomGPU 1.8.3
- Minor bug fixes
- Better support for GTX 680 (power monitoring)
- Added dynamic background option in furry test
- Updated: NV-Z 0.4.0 with improved GTX 680 support (base and boost clocks, current and target power)
- Updated: Compiled with ZoomGPU 1.8.0
- Windows XP compatibility improvements
- When true GPU clocks are not available, only clocks of the current PState are displayed
- New GUI
- Support of GeForce GTX 560 SE and GeForce GTX 680.
- Benchmark duration cannot be changed anymore and is set to 60 seconds.
- Added the selection of the destination folder for screenshots in the settings box.
- True clock speeds is now the default option.
- Added CPU burner tool in stress test dropdown list.
- Removed the shader clock speed in the GPU monitoring section.
- Activity bar now in white (before the color was green).
- New icon for OC Scanner X.
- GPU load is adjusted according to throttling detection.
- Added option to display true clock speeds
- Benchmark score is now displayed in 3D.
- Added screenshot button.
- New default background image.
- New OC Scanner X skin. Some options are now in the settings box.
- Update: compiled with ZoomGPU 1.7.1 (including NVAPI R295).
- Update: NV-Z 0.3.0
EVGA OC Scanner FAQ:
- Q: Why does the EVGA OC Scanner stop scanning at 2 hours? Is there any way to increase this?
- A: For safety reasons, EVGA limits the OC Scanner to a 2 hour burn-in. There is no way to increase this.
- Q: Why does my card detect artifacts on stock settings?
- A: Check to make sure that you have all "overlay" programs disabled, this includes applications such as Fraps or EVGA Precision (with OSD). EVGA OC Scanner can detect these as artifacts.
- Q: Why does EVGA OC Scanner detect artifacts when I move the stress test window around?
- A: On some occasions, the EVGA OC Scanner can detect a new window position as an artifact. If this happens, simply press the “reset all” button.
- Q: How do I make full use of my SLI setup?
- A: SLI support is available in NVIDIA driver version 256 and later.
- Q: Does EVGA recommend using the "Unlock power draw" button?
- A: For general artifact scanning, this button does not need to be used, nor is it recommended. General artifact scanning can be accomplished with the default settings.
- Q: Why is the "Enable alarm" button disabled on my system?
- A: This feature is only available in Windows XP and Windows Vista. When this feature is enabled, it will allow the PC speaker to beep if there are any artifacts found.
- Q: Why are my PCB, Mem and VRM temperatures listed as N/A?
- A: This is only listed on select graphics cards that have the ability to monitor these temperatures.