Tuesday, January 12th 2010
EVGA is preparing a new software that tests the stability of the overclocking (as a stress-testing program), and a benchmark program rolled into one. The yet to be named software is another of EVGA's fleet of software the company has developed, as value added features for its graphics cards and motherboards. The software has two components: an artifacts scanner, and a benchmark. It involves rendering a high vertex 3D object which stresses the graphics card, similar to applications such as GPUTool or the classic ATI Tool. It will be out soon.