New version of Nvidia's nTune software released


— 3:35 PM on April 27, 2007

Nvidia has put out a new release of its nTune system monitoring and tweaking software, bringing it up to version number 5.05.38.00. This new release brings support for ForceWare 158.18 graphics drivers for Windows Vista x86 and x64 as well as ForceWare 158.19 graphics drivers for Windows XP and Windows XP Professional x64. In Windows Vista, the new version of nTune fixes the following bugs:

  • Fixed problem when using previous versions of nTune with the latest v158.18 driver, the Graphics Control Panels settings would disappear.
  • Fixed problem with nTune not working with Windows Vista User Account Control (UAC) settings.
  • Fixed problem with GPU overclocking while using the auto tuning feature, the service may fail to return on a restart and tuning will not complete. Note: Some GPU cards may not support auto tuning under Windows Vista until a future driver release. These cards may still be manually overclocked.
  • Fixed issue in which the GPU clock reported was not correct after a resolution change.
  • And here are the bug fixes for Windows XP:
  • Fixed issue in which radio control buttons on the GPU clock control page were not working with non-English language packs installed.
  • Fixed problem with GPU overclocking while using the auto tuning feature, the service may fail to return on a restart and tuning will not complete. Note: Some GPU cards may not support auto tuning under Windows Vista until a future driver release. These cards may still be manually overclocked.
  • The new version of nTune can be downloaded from this page. This release works with both Windows XP and Windows Vista.
     
       
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