Overclocking is a nifty way to squeeze more performance out of your graphic card. However, finding a stable clock entails rigorous testing which for some people is extremely daunting. To cater to the needs of such individuals, Nvidia launched their auto-overclocking scanner with their new Turning based 20-series card.
MSI implemented a new feature in their Overclocking and monitoring utility “MSI Afterburner”, which allows you to determine and set a stable overclock with a push of a single button, neat isn’t it? but there’s a catch; only Pascal 10-series and Polaris 400 and 500 series cards support this.
The feature is currently in the beta version (4.6.0 Beta 10), but you can download and use it from here.