RivaTuner

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RivaTuner
RivaTuner ATI.PNG
RivaTuner main menu with ATI video card
Developer(s)Alexey Nicolaychuk
Stable release2.24c / August 23, 2009
Operating systemMicrosoft Windows
TypeWindows Registry Tweaking
LicenseFreeware
WebsiteRivaTuner English Homepage and RivaTuner Russian Homepage (Russian)
 
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RivaTuner
RivaTuner ATI.PNG
RivaTuner main menu with ATI video card
Developer(s)Alexey Nicolaychuk
Stable release2.24c / August 23, 2009
Operating systemMicrosoft Windows
TypeWindows Registry Tweaking
LicenseFreeware
WebsiteRivaTuner English Homepage and RivaTuner Russian Homepage (Russian)

RivaTuner is a freeware program developed by Alexey Nicolaychuk in 1997 [1] for the NVIDIA video cards, from the Riva TNT to the GeForce 700 Series, which also has limited support for the ATI video cards from the Radeon 8500 and above.[2]

It is one of the most common programs used for overclocking GPUs. It allows driver-level Direct3D and OpenGL tweaking (only in the NVIDIA video cards) and low-level hardware access.

It supports NVIDIA drivers from Detonator 2.08 to the newest ForceWare.

RivaTuner currently works with Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003 x32, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8. It also works with the older Windows 98, 98 SE and Me, but they are no longer officially supported.

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Some of the features of RivaTuner are:

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