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In the Steve vs Jay evga stream (20 nov 2020) kingpin mentioned an old nvidia utility called "smash clocks" which should let you see some internal clocks. I can't seem to find it anywhere does anyone know how to find it or if i simply got the name wrong? also is it useful?

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On 11/22/2020 at 6:01 PM, buzzram said:

In the Steve vs Jay evga stream (20 nov 2020) kingpin mentioned an old nvidia utility called "smash clocks" which should let you see some internal clocks. I can't seem to find it anywhere does anyone know how to find it or if i simply got the name wrong? also is it useful?

use thermspy instead; same thing pretty much and it also reads down to -42C on the die (similar to what precision does)

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3 hours ago, Leeghoofd said:

you got an estimate of the time when Vince was talking about this , stream is like  7 hours long

i'm trying to find the time but yes it's a bit too long, too bad.

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19 hours ago, Leeghoofd said:

you got an estimate of the time when Vince was talking about this , stream is like  7 hours long

Here you go. I was going to share a youtube link, where I’ve watched it at the first place, but apparently vods were taken down on both evga and gamers nexus channels for some unknown reason

https://www.twitch.tv/videos/809654197?t=15560s

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