Colorful iGameZone II tool
Let’s talk about the software. To put this short: if you want to use the LCD, you need to use iGame Zone II, there is no way around it. I will however tell you that there is no issue with iGameZone running with other 3rd party software, such as Afterburner. You can simply limit the functionality to LCD and LED control, becuase those options are embedded into iGame Zone.
The first screen shows a circle of buttons. From here you can change what is displayed on the panel. Basic information is provided through monitoring software. It records the data and also provides graphs for selected metrics. The Adjust option is for overclocking. This picture explains why I didn’t use iGameZone for my overclocking later in this review. It does not support overvoltage for KUDAN. The RGB light behind the middle fan is controlled through LED tab. Configuration is rather simple, but for some reason, the settings were often overwritten after a restart. The LCD tab gives more options for panel settings. We can configure whether it should switch automatically or manually. It can also be disabled completely.
|Page 1||Introduction & Overview|
|Page 2||A closer look Card Design ● Hybrid Cooler|
|Page 3||A closer look Board Design ● LCD ● Bundle|
|Page 4||Testing platform & methodology|
|Page 5||GAME Battlefield 1 ● Deus Ex: Mankind Divided|
|Page 6||GAME The Division ● Doom|
|Page 7||GAME Ghost Recon: Wildlands ● Hitman|
|Page 8||GAME Prey ● Rise of the Tomb Raider|
|Page 9||GAME Sniper Elite 4 ● Witcher 3|
|Page 10||SOFTWARE Colorful iGameZone II tool|
|Page 12||STABILITY Core Clock ● Fan Speed|
|Page 13||STABILITY Temperature ● Noise Levels ● Power Consumption|
|Page 14||BENCHMARKS 3DMark Fire Strike ● Time Spy ● VRMark ● Unigine Superposition|