The Nvidiux utility provides easy access to all the settings of the computer’s graphics subsystem. By controlling the fan speed while increasing the frequency and voltage of the GPU, you can find the perfect balance between performance and temperature.Nvidiux features (Cards 4xx generation or later):
– Fan control
– Automatic overclocking at startup
– Graphical monitoring for 4 parameters (temp, gpu load, fan speed (%) and graphic memory usage (%))
– Overvolting is to improve the performance of your computer.
Why overclock your graphics card?
First and foremost, overclock the video card should be only if you use your computer, in addition to the basic functions for computer games. Keep that in mind!
Note. Using Nvidiux (The program is similar to GreenWithEnvy) may void your warranty or damage your computer. Using the instructions below (changing xorg.conf) may break the boot to the Linux desktop, so make sure you understand what you are doing and know how to undo the changes.
You have been warned, use Nvidiux at your own risk.
Installation latest version into Linux Mint:
Before you install Nvidiux, you must already have the Nvidia proprietary driver activated and running.
Now install via terminal as usual
You will then need to restart your computer
After restarting your computer you will be able to use Nvidiux overclock Nvidia GPU.
To open Nvidia, run again command in terminal.
After configuring the program, you can add Nvidiux To the startup, as shown in the picture:
In the Command, type the following value: