Nvclock is a lightweight utility that allows Ubuntu users to do the following:
- Overclock Nvidia graphics cards (Geforce8/9/GT200 graphics cards)
- Fanspeed adjustment
- GPU temperature monitoring
- View video card information (graphics processor, Bios version, bus type, video memory, memory type, IRQ, etc.)
- View videoBios information (GPU, Shader, fanspeed, etc.)
- View GLX information
- Modify image quality (texture, AntiAliasing, etc.)
To install Nvclock with GUI (0.8, beta4) on Ubuntu 11.04/10.10/10.04, launch the Terminal and issue this command:
sudo apt-get install nvclock nvclock-gtk
To start Nvclock, run simply this command from the Terminal:
Nvclock's screenshots (GUI version):
Note: You should bear in mind that not all Nvidia graphics cards are supported by Nvclock!
Warning: Use this utility at your own risk. Upubuntu.com is not liable for any damage that this utility may cause to your system!