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Old 02-17-2014, 06:34 PM
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Default Uusing the Precision X utility???

I just bought a GTX770 Graphics card to improve FPS performance in CloD ( i had a GTX ^50 card previously & wanted to upgrade.) To get the most out of this new card it was suggested I also download the EGVA Precision X performance modifier & enhancer,which I did7 now have on my desktop.what I don't have is a readme and really have no idea how it works or even if it is working.Can someone do a simple walk through for me.I'd like to make sure it really is having some effect on the new cards performance.? I'd just like to get a high FPS rate while playing larger missions in the ATAG Modded game...Thanks!
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Old 05-13-2014, 08:41 PM
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Hi James,

I have been using the precision X module for some time but I use it differently from what you seem to want to do (I use it to limit my FPS for smoother game play).

At the top of the Precision X screen next to the exit button you will see two cog wheels, click on that and it will open another screen where you can select and do your setup.

I use mine in conjunction with nvidia Inspector as I am using SLI and the code supplied by Luthier and the now absent team. On the main Precision X screen you will see all the options for adjustment of your card(s), just remember to select apply after making adjustments. If you use the on screen display you will see the results of any changes you make (this makes use of the riva tuner module to give you the on screen display). You can select different units like temp, FPS, %, etc. Any changes you make will show in this display so you can change them back if they have adverse effects. Pushing the performance up on the graphics cards doesn't always have positive effects, sometimes the exact opposite. Temps rise and the life of the card is degraded. Experiment slowly, don't push the limits too quickly, little bits at a time.

Hope this helps.

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