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Palit’s new ThunderMaster had a thorough upgrade from the previous version. It has a more user-friendly interface as well as more personalized settings. With ThunderMaster, you can control your video card from overclocking settings, fan speed, to RGB effects. You can also monitor your GPU status with the ThunderMaster utility.
New ThunderMaster Key Features
User-friendly interface: Less pop up screens. Can manage almost all the settings in a single page.
Personalized settings: Can save up to 6 different profiles. Free to choose your own profile pictures and the data you want to show on main information panel.
Customizable Profile Picture, Information Display Panel & Screen Size
Choose the profile picture and the data you want to show on the main panel by clicking the boxes. You can select 8 out of 15 data options to be shown on the panel.
Five screen sizes are available. Drag the adjustable bar, select the size that fits your monitor, and enjoy the best utility experience.
Link to Palit official website.
Erase all the board settings in a specific profile, including OC, Fan, and RGB Control.
Back up BIOS and save to a selected folder. If errors occur on the graphics card, you may send the BIOS to Palit support team for diagnosis.
Show the GPU identity.
Open Nvidia control panel.
Load on Startup
ThunderMaster will show up on the taskbar once Windows starts up.
Tooltips will be displayed when the mouse cursor moves onto the icons.
Show the GPU information on the G-panel, a LCD display device produced by Palit.
Temperature Unit °F
Change the temperature unit from °C to °F.
Quit with Restore Default
Adjust all the settings back to default when you close ThunderMaster.
Disable Temperature Warning
Stop the pop-up alert. The ThunderMaster checks the GPU temperature in every 30 seconds. An alert will automatically show up if the GPU is over 75°C with zero rpm, or if the temperature is already over 85°C.
The overclocking capability of each GPU is different. We suggest users to gradually modify the clock values.
If you are not familiar with manual overclocking, you may click on the “OC Scan” button.
ThunderMaster will detect the overclocking sweet spot based on the specific GPU you are using. Note: The processing time varies depending on the system environment and the overclocking capability of your GPU.
Frame Rate Target
Limit the frame rate at a certain FPS.
Limit the power target. Default setting is at 100%.
GPU Temp Target
Define the GPU temperature you consider safe. Once the temperature exceeds the value you defined, the ThunderMaster will automatically lower down the board power to keep the temperature within the target.
Linked OFF - ON
Link the “Power Target” and the “GPU Temp Target.”
Prioritize OFF - ON
If you select “ON,” the ThunderMaster will prioritize to follow the “GPU Temp Target” setting over the “Power Target” setting.
Auto (Default Fan Curve):
The fan speed will be adjusted automatically.
Fixed Fan Speed:
Set the fan speed at a constant value.
User Defined Fan Curve: Set different fan control curves.
Triple-fan mode : The left panel controls two fans as a set. The right panel controls the other fan.
Fan Stop ON/OFF
Fan Stop ON (Blue Bar): Fan will stop spinning if meeting fan stop conditions.
Fan Stop OFF (White Bar): Fan will always spin, and its speed depends on your curve setting.
Save RGB Control To The Board
Select the lighting effect you’d like to show off and click ”set as default” to enjoy it when booting every time.
Note: “GPU Temperature” and “Rainbow Mode” do not support this feature.
Note: Some Palit models may need BIOS Update to enable this feature. Please contact our technical support team for further assistance.
If you encounter any issues while using ThunderMaster, please contact our technical support team.