ASUS has introduced quite a bit of new hardware lately. Today, however, is also the release of a new software. With ASUS GPU Tweak III, the manufacturer of notebooks, PCs and matching accessories launches the latest version of its popular graphics card tool.
Finally more overview
Connoisseurs of the previous version will quickly notice that quite a bit has changed here. For example, ASUS promises that they have completely overhauled the user interface. The decision to split setting options into two different modes has now been thrown overboard by the company. Instead, everything important is now visible at a glance in ASUS GPU Tweak III.
Thus, all options should be immediately recognizable and the unpleasant searching like in the predecessor should be a thing of the past. On top of that, the interface is supposed to offer exclusive settings for owners of the in-house ROG Strix GPUs. However, not only the overview, but also the customer service is said to have improved. In order to quickly make improvements within the GPU tool, you can now easily reach ASUS via Discord or on the website. How long this remnant from the one-year beta test phase will remain, one has to wait and see.
ASUS listens to its customers
With ASUS GPU Tweak III, the company wants to fulfill the wishes of its customers first and foremost. Accordingly, they have implemented piece by piece the features most frequently requested by the community. These include monitor diagrams for FPS and frame time measurements. Another new feature is a kind of log viewer. You should be able to use it to compare the performance of the current session with the previous ones. This way, the optimal tuning of the GPU can be achieved. The tutorial videos that ASUS has now integrated also sound really cool. These are supposed to ensure that even laymen can let off steam in the field of GPU tuning.
Voltage curves and frequencies can now be edited
ASUS has completely revised its VF tuning in the latest version of the GPU tool. Thus, one should now have a much better overview thanks to a new user interface. The new display of the curves also makes it easier to evaluate the results. The uncomplicated control with arrow keys and WASD should also provide more ease of use.
Again, ASUS GPU Tweak III seems to take the user by the hand better. Thus, detailed operating instructions are supposed to make sure that you can find your way around better. The manufacturer obviously wants to spare its users the annoying look in a wiki. Besides current, voltage and clock frequency, the fan performance can also be adjusted. Here, too, you should be able to go into detail and even select a so-called 0 dB mode.
Regardless of which program or game you are currently in, you should always have a view of the practical On Screen Display. Here, ASUS wants to display the most important system information to make it clear how demanding the current task is for the hardware. Optics seem to play a big role here as well. At least the manufacturer emphasizes that you should be able to customize the style of the On Screen Display.
Speaking of customized. ASUS GPU Tweak III is supposed to let you create different profiles for individual games or programs. This allows you to put together individual settings options for a wide variety of applications. The practical part is that when you open the program, the software automatically makes the corresponding settings on the hardware components in question.
Apparently, ASUS has tightened the screws on the latest version of its GPU software. Once you take a look at the improvements and new features, it seems to have paid off. If you want to try out ASUS GPU Tweak III right away, you can do so now. The download is free of charge. On the occasion of the release of the latest version, you can also take part in a raffle right now, where you can win a ROG Strix LC GeForce RTX 3090 Ti, among other things.