ASUS Officially Launches GPU Tweak III and Celebrates With a Grand Giveaway

ASUS Officially Launches GPU Tweak III and Celebrates With a Grand Giveaway

Renewed graphics card tuning and monitoring software is more intuitive and feature-rich than ever


  • New and improved design elements make the user experience easier for both novices and overclocking enthusiasts.
  • Redesigned from the ground up, the Voltage Frequency Tuner features an intuitive interface with easy control options
  • Tuning and OSD profiles can be linked to any installed program and are automatically loaded on application launch with Profile Connect

To commemorate this launch, ASUS is hosting a giveaway featuring some of the latest graphics cards, power supplies, and more.

ASUS has announced the official release of GPU Tweak III, a revised version of the free utility to improve tuning and monitoring of AMD and NVIDIA® graphics cards, including those from the ASUS Dual, TUF Gaming, and ROG Strix gaming lines. After an intense year-long beta process, the app has been gradually reworked and improved to increase its core performance and add new features that make it more accessible for beginners and more agile for overclocking veterans.

Revised software; revised process

Upon launching the program, users will be met with immediate changes, as the interface has been completely revamped from the GPU Tweak II era. Instead of splitting functionality between simple and advanced modes, all the most important fan tuning and control options are available on the home screen, so new users and tuning enthusiasts alike can jump right into the action. . In the latest patches, the UI has been further simplified with icon-based navigation tabs on the side, and now also offers additional benefits for select ROG Strix graphics cards, such as toggling input voltage detection and control of external fans connected to FanConnect II headers.

Behind the curtain, there were also process-based improvements during that beta period that might be invisible to the casual observer. In order to improve transparency and understanding with the community, ASUS created a support mechanism through the GPU Tweak III website for developers to directly provide feedback. Thanks to feedback that flowed through that site and a temporary beta channel on the official Republic of Gamers Discord, users were able to help developers identify many places to make performance and stability improvements, and even suggest new features.

User Requested Changes

Some of the most requested features were already in the works. FPS monitoring graphs and frame time measurements were two of the most requested items on the development list, and they were just revealed with the release version. Also, multilingual support was in the original design and now the latest patch is fully translated into German, French, Turkish, Korean and Chinese (both traditional and simplified characters). More languages ​​will be added in the future.

But many user suggestions caused the development team to re-evaluate their plans and focus on the needs of the community. Early in development, feedback from enthusiasts led to the creation of a log viewer for the Monitor so users can cross-reference previous tuning sessions. Later, beginners requested help documentation, so GPU Tweak III is released with a set of tutorial videos to understand the main functions of the software. However, the most important change, and the one that has required the most development time, has been the revision of one of the main overclocking functions: the VF Tuner.

A new version of the voltage frequency curve edition

GPU Tweak II had a simple voltage and frequency tuner that had been imported into GPU Tweak III, but as more users got used to manually tuning their graphics cards, it became clear that a frequency curve tuning system was needed. more intuitive overclocking. So ASUS has brought all aspects of PV tuning to the drawing board and created a one-of-a-kind interface that combines WASD and arrow keyboard controls with a toolbar reminiscent of graphic design programs. usual.

Both systems are clearly displayed with helpful control tips and an expandable list of commands, so users don't have to check outside the software what kind of features are available. Built-in features include multipoint motion, curve rotation, and linear alignment. Users can also lock the GPU voltage and frequency at any point on the curve to check its stability. To make the process even easier, the different curves are automatically saved to the system, so users can return to a previous save point if they push the system too far.

Never miss a detail with the OSD

To monitor the GPU, fan, or any other performance stats, GPU Tweak III's On-Screen Display (OSD) lets you display system information while using other applications. In addition to the metrics that can be monitored, users can customize the overall style, font, opacity, size, position, and much more. A built-in preview function helps users quickly check how their OSD will look without opening a game or program. Layouts can be saved in a similar way to adjustment profiles, making it easy to change layouts and monitoring data depending on the task at hand.

Automatic exchange of profiles

Links between user-created profiles and any specific game or software can be made using Profile Connect, a feature that first debuted in the GPU Tweak III beta. Installed applications are selected and linked to OSD and adjustment profiles via drop-down menus and buttons. Once linked, the chosen settings will automatically load each time the target program starts running. This is an attractive feature for users who work and play on the same system. Without any additional input, low acoustic levels can be prioritized for creative workflows, while dedicated high-performance settings can be loaded for maximum FPS in any game.

celebration gift

To commemorate the official launch of GPU Tweak III, ASUS is giving away a whole series of gaming components. The first prize is a ROG Strix LC GeForce RTX 3090 Ti accompanied by a ROG Thor 1000W Platinum II and a support for ROG graphics cards. Second through fifth place prizes also include graphics cards and ROG and TUF Gaming power suppliesFrom June 6 to 27, users who complete the questionnaire on the campaign page will be eligible for a main prize, while those who Try GPU Tweak III and provide your feedback you can win any support for ROG graphics cards. ASUS will choose the winners based on the best answers given by the participants.


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