How to Enable Auto-Tuning on an NVIDIA GPU with GeForce Experience

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A leading high-end GPU maker, NVIDIA has done it again. This time, they satisfied avid gamers and enthusiasts with a handy automatic performance tuning feature for GeForce RTX 20 and 30 series graphics cards. By enabling this feature through the GeForce Experience software, the graphics card speeds up in a single click.

In this article, we are going to show you how to enable the performance tuning feature and provide a mini-guide on how to overclock an Intel Core processor.



How to enable auto-tuning

Make sure you have the latest version of GeForce Experience installed and the latest Game Ready driver, then follow these steps to enable automatic tuning:

  1. Open GFE.
  2. Open "Settings" by clicking the gear icon next to your username.
  3. Make sure 'In-Game Overlay' is enabled.
  4. Press "Alt" + "Z" keys to open the GFE overlay.
  5. Towards the right of the screen, select the "Performance" option.
  6. Near the middle of the "Performance" panel, click the "Enable Auto-Tuning" slider to turn it on.

Performance tuning will now begin. The software will evaluate your GPU using an "advanced analysis algorithm", which may take some time. A progress bar will be displayed as the scan progresses.

Boost your clock speeds with NVIDIA

If you like gaming, graphic design, or anything that requires heavy use of a graphics card, you'll be happy to know that NVIDIA has an automatic overclocking feature.



NVIDIA continues to make progress in improving the user experience with its auto-tuning feature. Once the feature is enabled through the GeForce Experience software, already high performance GeForce GPUs will run even higher and save time overclocking the manual way.

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