Under the new "ForceWare" brand name given to its former Detonator series, NVIDIA has outed the less-cleverly-named System Utility 1.0 for nForce2- and nForce3-based motherboards. NSU features comprehensive identification, monitoring, overclocking, and tweaking features for virtually every aspect of the system. An array of memory timing, CPU feature, voltage, and fan speed tweaks is available, in addition to on-the-fly bus speed adjustment. A full list of features can be found in its user guide, already at version 1.1.
This utility has a wide range of functionality with different nForce based motherboards. I speak from personal experience when I say that the advanced settings are not configurable by the software with a current BIOS for the EPoX 8RDA+, a supported motherboard, although CMOS setup does offer them. Check here to see which boards are supported.
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