Manufacturers tools, for example to configure mainboards, peripherals, RGB, SSD and graphics cards, are a dime a dozen, but which manufacturers provide good equipment and which are bad? Which manufacturer tools do you personally use and which tools do you avoid?
AMD Ryzen Master, Asus AI Suite, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, MSI Dragon Center and Sapphire TriXX, just to name a very small selection, each manufacturer now offers one or more in-house tools, some of which have multiple Hardware components are also included. , One or another user prefers “clean install” and “vanilla Windows”, others use several tools at the same time. How do you see it and how do you see it on your computer system – manufacturer tools or onboard tools?
To be able to categorize themes even better, here is a selection of the most popular creator tools from the Computerbase download area.
- AMD Stormi
- AMD Ryzen Master
- amd overdrive
- asus and
- asus ai suite
- Asus GPU Tweak
- asus arsenal crate
- msi afterburner
- MSI Dragon Center
- msi mystic lite
- gigabyte rgb fusion
- gigabyte aus engine
- Intel Extreme Tuning Utility
- Intel Performance Maximizer
- Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool
- the Pirate
- corsair ssd toolbox
- Corsair ICUE
- razor cortex
- Razer Synapse
Various system tools from manufacturers work in a wide variety of areas and also take on the topics of overclocking and undervolting, which are still very popular in the community, or reading data relevant to the user such as “critical” data for SSDs. and HDD. IntelligentValue.
Which manufacturer offers good and which bad equipment?
Editors would like to know from you which manufacturers are particularly good and which manufacturers provide bad tools for configuring their hardware components and peripherals.
best maker tools
So which maker tool have you had the best experience with?
worst maker tools
And which manufacturer devices have you had a bad experience with?
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