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I recently built a computer with a GTX 285 and have the latest driver installed but i am wondering if there is a similar feature as ATI's CCC for Nvidia series cards. When i downloaded the driver for the GTX 285 card there was only one option for the driver. ATI offers the entire software suite with drivers...

I'm being lazy here and asking you guys instead of googling it. Where can i get some sort of control panel similar to ATI's CCC where i can control the fan speed and overclock for a GTX 285?
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  1. The Nvidia Control Panel has it all..... plus they do have a few softwares of their own........ Nvidia System Monitor etc etc.
    You'll get them straight from the Nvidia Site.....
  2. that is what i mean, where can i get the Nvidia Control panel on the Nvidia website, can you post a link?

    I tried finding it briefly and it gave me the run-around...
  3. Best answer
    http://www.nvidia.com/object/nvidia_system_tools_6.06.html

    Release Highlights

    This NVIDIA System Tools installation package adds support for GTX 480 and GTX 470 and it includes the following components:

    1. NVIDIA Performance Group (v6.05.26.05) add-on to the NVIDIA Control Panel

    * GeForce GPUs

    – Enables GPU overclocking

    * nForce MCPs

    – Enables system tuning and profiles for clocks, voltages, timings, and fans
    – Includes support for Enthusiast System Architecture (ESA) components
    – Displays detailed system information

    2. NVIDIA System Monitor (v6.05.25.05) standalone application

    * GeForce GPUs

    – Enables GPU temperature monitoring

    * nForce MCPs

    – Enables system monitoring for clocks, voltages, timings, and fans
    – Includes support for Enthusiast System Architecture (ESA) components

    3. NVIDIA System Update (v3.00.17.00) add-on to the NVIDIA Control Panel

    * Automatically checks for nForce and GeForce driver updates
    * Adds ability to update your system bios
    * Includes support to update firmware of Enthusiast System Architecture (ESA) components
  4. Best answer selected by jonpaul37.
  5. Thanks Notty & Aly.
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