EVGA this week rolled out a new version of its Precision overclocking software. Now in version 2.1.1, EVGA's Precision utility comes with an integrated GPU Voltage Tuner, and it's now capable of auto-detecting GeForce GTX 580 graphics cards. EVGA said it updated some spelling in Precision v2.1.1 and beefed up the on-screen display (OSD), too.
That's about it for the changes. EVGA's Precision tool is fairly robust to begin with. It offers independent or synchronous control for fan and clock settings in a multi-GPU system, stores up to 10 profiles with in-game hotkeys, places temperature readings in the system tray, lets you adjust core/shader/memory clockspeeds, supports Logitech's keyboard LCD, and a few other highlights.