PowerStrip is an application that allows you to adjust monitor settings. It supports the configuration of multiple monitors with advanced parameters and a lot of video cards: from the ancient Matrox Millennium I to the latest, such as the ATI X1800 and S3 Chrome 20.
In fact, the PowerStrip utility is the only program that simultaneously supports multiple video cards from different manufacturers. A simple menu that can be accessed from the tray provides access to approximately 500 graphics card settings, including sophisticated color correction tools, screen geometry corrections, and an independent flicker frequency control driver.
The program will be able to determine all the parameters and settings of the screen, adjust the gamut, change the performance and even the clock frequency of the monitor. All changes will be canceled if the program is simply closed.
With the help of hotkeys you can easily change the monitor settings, even if you are running a game or some other application. And remember that this program has a specially designed protocol for hardware frequency control of the monitor, which will automatically prevent switching the clock frequency of the screen to the minimum value, i.e. 60 Hz, regardless of which operating system you use.
A special wizard will help you to quickly and easily install the program. An extensive context-sensitive help is available for all values. The program knows how to automatically update, so you can always be sure that you are using the newest version.
The program supports various operating systems and, in particular, their tools for performance tuning. Also in this utility there is an extensive collection of tools for system diagnostics, there is a possibility to manage desktop shortcuts, with the help of this program it is possible to set up PCIe and AGP devices, optimize the RAM, set up the display and much more.