Easily Overclock NVIDIA GPUs on Linux with This New App called 'Green with Envy'

Easily Overclock NVIDIA GPUs on Linux with This New App called 'Green with Envy'

If you use Linux and own an NVIDIA graphics card the following new utility might be of interest. It’s called “Green with Envy” and is a tool designed to let you manage fans of, view info on, or overclock a NVIDIA GPU on Linux.

Green with Envy also lets you set-up and switch between custom fan profiles, each tailored to your own specific needs. Using sliders, you can adjust the GPU clock offset and the GPU’s VRAM clock offset. Depending on the values you choose you can potentially squeeze more performance out of your graphics card.

But the increased performance has a cost. The higher your clock speed is the more power your GPU will use, and the more power it uses the hotter it runs, requiring fans or other cooling.

Overclocking should not be done idly. It can result in system instability or (worse) damage hardware.

See https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2019/02/easily-overclock-nvidia-gpu-on-linux-with-this-new-app

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If you use Linux and own an NVIDIA graphics card the following new utility might be of interest. It’s called “Green with Envy” and is a tool designed to let you manage fans of, view info on, or overclock a NVIDIA GPU on Linux. Design wise the app is very detailed, as this screenshot shows: Through […]

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