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    New ROGer Array Spartano91 PC Specs
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    AI Suite 3 VS GPU Tweak

    Hello everyone!
    I have an Asus Z97-PRO GAMER motherboard, and an Asus GTX 770 graphics card.
    Right now i have GPU Tweak and AI Suite 3 installed, the first with a light OC profile, and the second did the 5-Way Optimization.
    My question is: do i need to use them both? Is the GTX using the GPU Tweak settings or the AI Suite settings?
    Thanks

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    Hello Spartano91, welcome to the ROG forum !

    Your GTX 770 will use the GPU Tweak settings, AI suite is for bios settings and system fan(s) control.

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    The newer versions of AI suite does have fan control for the GPU baked in. Now which wins that fight if you try to use both I don't know.

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    ai suite 3 compatibility w/ gpu tweak

    running gpu tweakii v1.505 vs. ASUS AI Suite 3 V1.01.72
    tweak would not run after 1st pass with ai suite 3.
    uninstalled tweak and reinstalled. now works but is far from stable, wont load @start up.

    ran the ai suite to fine tune fans and digi, then ran tweak 2.
    benchmarks, aida64, et. al, point towards tweak 2 overriding suite 3

    anybody else hv an issue with these two apps?

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    ROG Member Array Carstilein PC Specs
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    Hello,

    I'm just encountering the same initial question.
    Since AI Suite has the ability to overclock the GPU, does it still make sense to use the GPU Tweak app?
    Which one is the winner and which settings will be used by the graphics card?
    Anyone an idea?

    Thanks in advance for your help!

    Bye
    Carsten

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    Do you recommend running that 5 way optimization?

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    Quote Originally Posted by katlani View Post
    Do you recommend running that 5 way optimization?
    It's a fast way to overclock your CPU if you don't want to hassle with searching online all the things you need to know in order to manually OC your CPU trough the BIOS interface. But first you should take into consideration that manually you might get better OC results, and you should look into the settings in DIP5 to set the settings to your liking. So you can limit the OC if you don't want to push to the absolute maximum your CPU/ cooling can take.

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    ROG Member Array Carstilein PC Specs
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    Indeed, it's a good beginning with overclocking. But manually you can get more performance.
    If you don't want to invest lots of or have enough time for finding the correct settings, the 5 way method is quite okay.

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    I see, thanks, the only OC i did with my system actually is enabling XMP from the BIOS..

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