Tweak3D heeft een guide in elkaar gedraaid waarin je kunt vinden hoe je je GeForce zo goed en makkelijk mogelijk kunt tweaken. Het blijkt dat zelfs CEO's van nVidia aan tweaking doen. Hehe...join the club, zou ik zeggen
Hier heb je alvast een stuk uit de guide:
(Thanx hjs voor de tip)
I was reminiscing while trying to think of what to say here, when the whole Nvidia experience popped into my head. When I went to Nvidia's headquarters in Santa Clara during the summer to see the GeForce 256 in action (with some other webmasters), I knew the product was going to be big. Why else would Nvidia fly us out there just to see it before anyone else? I still remember talking about the product the night before, as we all hiked to Denny's, which was the only place open at 3 AM within walking distance of the hotel we were staying at. Everyone pitched in their ideas on the GeForce, and when it came to me, all I could say was "I can't wait to overclock it!" -- hey, I'm a tweaker at heart. All I could think about was making the fastest video card on the market even faster. The next day, at about 8 AM, we were in the presence of Derek Perez and some other Nvidia "big names" including Jen-Hsun Huang (the CEO), Michael Hara (vice president of marketing), and Doug Kennedy (marketing manager). After being briefed with the specifications of the GeForce 256, the first question I asked Jen-Hsun was "Can we overclock the GeForce 256?". He responded by telling us a story of how even he, the CEO, overclocked his TNT2 Ultra at home. I think he even said something about a peltier on there! Anyway, the point of this boring story wasn't to put you to sleep, but rather to demonstrate that everyone, including CEOs of companies, want the best performance and highest speed with their PCs, even if it goes beyond their own recommended specifications. This guide was written to help you ensure compatibility, optimize performance and visual quality with GeForce 256 video cards, in both SDR and DDR varieties.
Kijk hier voor het hele verhaal.