EVGA releases Precision X1 OC software with new VF Curve Editor and frame limit synchronization

Published: 9th Nov 2021, 10:27 GMT   Comments

EVGA releases Precision X1 1.2.7.0

The monitoring and overclocking software update primary focus is on Voltage-Frequency curve modification. The company claims that it now has ‘significant improvements’, such as better visualization of the graph.

EVGA releases Precision X1 with VF Curve Editor, Source: EVGA

Among other updates is the synchronization of Precision’s built-in frame limit with the one in the NVIDIA Control Panel. Users can set it up to 1000 FPS. This is of course a reminiscent of EVGA’s problems with Amazon’s New World game which had no frame limit during its beta phase. This has resulted in many EVGA cards going out of service, mainly due to hardware defects that did not account for such extremely high framerates. By enabling the frame limit through Precision software no game should now exceed the value, which will help to prevent such cases. This of course only applies to graphics cards sold prior to EVGA releasing a new revision of their RTX 30 graphics cards.

EVGA Precision X1 Version 1.2.7.0
Release: 11/8/2021

  • Adds support for a VF Curve Editor
  • Sync framerate limit with NVIDIA Control Panel and sets max value to 1000FPS
  • Fixes issue where LED temperature mode fails and resets to rainbow mode
  • Fixes issue where the VF curve value is cleared when Apply is used on another page

EVGA releases Precision Framerate Limit, Source: VideoCardz

The software can be downloaded from the link below:

EVGA Precision X1 1.2.7.0 (Evga.com)

Source: EVGA




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