NVClock: OC/tweak NVIDIA cards under Linux

— 7:55 PM on March 14, 2001

Evil Smokin' Dude's [House of 3D] introduces NVClock.

NVClock is a small utility that allows users to overclock NVIDIA based video cards running on the Linux platform. The original code used in building this application was borrowed from the nvcs application. That code has been extensively reworked in order to make the utility much more user friendly and to make it play nice with current distros and drivers.

The development of this application is an ongoing process. We will be issuing updates as necessary to ensure smooth operation with new and existing NVIDIA chipsets and driver releases as well as addressing any compatibility issues that may arise with variously configured systems. If you should have any difficulties with NVClock please drop by the dedicated forum section. We will offer support through this forum as quickly and as thoroughly as our time permits.

More information can be found here. For those who missed it, NVIDIA has released Linux driver build 0.9-767.
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