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Tuesday August 30, 2005

[H]ardNews 10th Edition

NVClock 0.8 Is Out:

The long awaited NVClock for Linux / FreeBSD has been released. The program weighs in at a mere 385k so grab it if you need it, try it if you havenít. Here is a list of changes in the latest version:

New functionality includes:

GeforceFX/6/7 support (experimental overclocking: Coolbits + low-level)

Pipeline modding for NV4x cards

Smartdimmer support for 6200Go based laptops

Hardware monitoring for LM99/MAX6659/F75375S/W83L785R chipsets

Support for internal NV43/NV44/NV47 temperature sensor

Ability to enable disabled temperature sensors used on NV43/NV44/NV47 boards

Fanspeed adjustment for FX5900/6600GT/6800GT boards and F75375S/W83L785R sensors OpenGL options using NV-CONTROL extension

Rewritten GTK2 interface

Bios parsing (GeforceFX/6/7) X86-64 support

Windows support for debugging purposes