New NVIDIA App update will allow you to safely overclock your video card

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NVIDIA has released an update to its NVIDIA App that enhances video encoding capabilities in AV1 SDR and HDR formats, resulting in improved clarity and quality of recordings. With the eighth generation of NVIDIA codecs (NVENC) on GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards, AV1 significantly enhances encoding efficiency, resulting in a remarkable 40% improvement. This translates to higher quality video without the need for additional storage space.

In addition, individuals who own graphics cards and laptops equipped with mobile versions of GeForce RTX have the option to utilize the performance panel. This feature allows them to effectively monitor and optimize the capabilities of their GPUs through the convenience of automatic tuning. This feature expertly analyzes system performance characteristics and effortlessly suggests the best settings for the GPU with just a click of a button. Users can take control of their settings with manual options, allowing them to adjust limit temperatures, voltage, and fan speed. The company assures that utilizing this software method for overclocking will not cause any harm to the GPU.

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NVIDIA plans to incorporate the remaining NVIDIA Control Panel options in upcoming updates. This will include display and video settings, as well as support for multi-monitor configurations for RTX HDR. The aim of the NVIDIA App is to enhance the user experience, optimize performance, and introduce cutting-edge RTX innovations.

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