Err.. something like that. This is an interesting one. The folks at Overclocking.com have sat down for a little Q&A session with Ashley Saldanha of EnTech, the company behind PowerStrip. If this one has totally passed you by somehow, PowerStrip is a must-have video card utility with configuration and overclocking options out the wazoo. It's one of the select few shareware programs I've felt compelled to register in recent years.
Ashley even drops a few configuration secrets in the interview, so don't miss it.
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