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# 207818 15-Jan-2017 12:50
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hey guys. ive got a raedon r290 gpu and basically what i need is some sort of basic monitoring software , that will increase the fans at the correct time and keep a temp in the taskbar so i can see what its doing.


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  # 1703909 16-Jan-2017 08:23
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What brand GPU? I know Asus with their OC models have some software called GPU tweak. 


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  # 1703923 16-Jan-2017 08:49
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Years ago there was software called 'Afterburner' that did this sort of thing. I think it was purchased by MSI, but might still work on other brands GPU's.

 

Edit: Found it, still seems current


 
 
 
 


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  # 1704073 16-Jan-2017 12:56
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Afterburner is great once you tweak the settings. Was running it with my video card, kept it a lot cooler (altho a bit more fan noise) during newer games :)

 

 





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  # 1704143 16-Jan-2017 14:43
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More fan noise is tolerable if you are just a gamer rather than a streamer. There nothing worse than fan noise in the background of your content.


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  # 1721523 16-Feb-2017 20:07
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Dairyxox:

 

Years ago there was software called 'Afterburner' that did this sort of thing. I think it was purchased by MSI, but might still work on other brands GPU's.

 

Edit: Found it, still seems current

 

 

 

 

Both afterburner and rivatuner statistics are actively updated by Unwinder on GURU3D 


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