Frequently Asked Questions

Which GPUs does GPU Tweak III support?

GPU Tweak III supports all Nvidia and AMD desktop graphics cards, including all ASUS models and those produced by other manufacturers. Most Nvidia and AMD mobile GPUs are supported in a limited capacity depending upon the laptop model. Integrated GPUs are not supported.

Testing and validation are performed on graphics cards using the latest Nvidia and AMD drivers. Graphics cards that no longer receive regular driver updates from Nvidia or AMD on Windows (and are otherwise EOL) are not tested on the latest versions of GPU Tweak III.

Which operating systems is GPU Tweak III supported on?

GPU Tweak III supports Microsoft Windows 11 and Windows 10 (both 32-bit and 64-bit versions).

What is new about GPU Tweak III?

On a surface level, the brand new interface is designed to be more modern and easier to use for both enthusiasts and beginners alike. But besides quality-of-life and aesthetic changes, GPU Tweak III brings loads of new features, including:

  • An intuitive Voltage-Frequency Tuner with multiple levels of control and a GPU clock and voltage lock for testing

  • Automatic profile swapping when changing games or apps through the Profile Connect function

  • Customizable on-screen display (OSD) with a new, modular style

  • Monitor logging to cross-reference data from previous sessions

What features have been changed from GPU Tweak II?

The most noticeable changes are as follows:

  • Gaming Mode: This has been renamed to “Default Mode”. It functions exactly the same.

  • Simple Mode / Advanced Mode: Instead of having two different screens, the interface now places the previous Simple Mode elements in the top half of the Home screen, and the Advanced Mode elements in the lower half.

  • Always 3D clock: Modern GPU drivers intertwine voltage and frequency settings, so the previous “Always 3D Clock” button left the voltage undefined, potentially causing instability. Now the same effect can be applied using the VF Tuner and locking a voltage-frequency point.

  • Gaming Booster: All three parts of this function were evaluated individually, and each item was found to be obsolete. Visual Effects were removed because modern games manipulate graphics through their in-game engines to improve graphical performance, rather than at a system level. System Services were removed because Windows 10 and 11 updates have made system services far more efficient than before and disabling them can cause instability. And finally, System Memory Defragmentation was removed because modern memory modules are not designed with defragmentation in mind, and excessively defragmenting them can affect longevity.

I found a bug! How do I tell the developers about it?

Fill out a Send Feedback form with the bug and your system information, as well as a screenshot about the issue. Your feedback is anonymous and no private information will be stored. Then check the GPU Tweak III page for when new versions come out, and read the Patch Notes to see if your bug has been fixed.