PowerStrip 3.90.736 for Windows

by EnTech Taiwan

Avg. Rating 3.6 (230 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.3 MB
License Shareware, $29.95
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 99,702
Publisher EnTech Taiwan
Homepage PowerStrip

Publisher's Description

PowerStrip provides advanced, multi-monitor, programmable hardware support to a wide range of graphics cards - from the venerable Matrox Millennium I to the latest ATI X1950 Crossfire and NVidia Quad-SLI 7900. It is in fact the only program of its type to support multiple graphics cards from multiple chipset vendors, simultaneously, under every Windows operating system from Windows 95 to the x64-bit edition of Vista. A simple menu that pops up from the system tray provides access to some 500 controls over your display hardware, including sophisticated color correction tools, period level adjustments over screen geometry, and driver independent clock controls.

Latest Reviews

Ryusennin

Ryusennin reviewed v3.89.672 on Jan 19, 2011

Used to be great on CRT to create your own custom resolutions, especially for vintage emus. Nowadays it's pretty much useless on LCD.

Ryusennin

Ryusennin reviewed v3.82.632 on Aug 28, 2008

Clumsy interface but excellent tool to properly create your own custom resolutions (priceless feature for advanced retrogamers).

Young Boys Bern

Young Boys Bern reviewed v3.80.625 on Jul 10, 2008

This tool is completely unneeded with the latest card and drivers.

Anyway, who would want to register this program if there's nowhere to find if your card is supported anyway.

darthbeads

darthbeads reviewed v3.65.560 Beta on May 21, 2006

@lswinney:
Then please stop trolling around BETAnews and ne'er return. What, honestly, is the point of your "review"?

PowerStrip is, in my experience, the most powerful graphics card tweaker. Great UI, regularly updated, and just plain works.

That said, I run NVidia cards, so I generally just use NVHardPage.

Adrian79

Adrian79 reviewed v3.64.551 Beta on Mar 29, 2006

since Vista and ATI do not support my old "ati radeon 9000pro 64mb" card with the new drivers....this will/should fix my prob of my screen being sOoo dark with no way to fix it :-)

yay!

fatray

fatray reviewed v3.64.541 Beta on Jan 27, 2006

With this I was able to get my Mitsubishi HTDV at a proper 1200x666 resolution. Now the desktop is perfectly shown on TV at 720p.

bangbang023

bangbang023 reviewed v3.63 on Dec 13, 2005

After leaving ATI for nvidia, I realized I missed the Catalysts' ability to automatically change color profile for the desktop and 3d gaming. Powerstrip solved this issue for me with it's application profile options. For this alone, I love it.

LordNikon

LordNikon reviewed v3.62 on Oct 4, 2005

My ATI Radeon 9700 burnt out. so I was forced to My Diamond Stealth S220 Video card. This Application has now help me properly calibrate my monitor. Woot!!!

Dwarden

Dwarden reviewed v3.55.484 on Dec 7, 2004

One of rare software products which works w/o dependence on drivers and supports almost any card on market ... great pice

fedorafreak

fedorafreak reviewed v3.54.476 on Oct 30, 2004

I can even OC my intergrated grafics card love it im gonna have fun with this on my gamein pc X800 pro baby

Avg. Rating 3.6 (230 votes)
Your Rating
Ryusennin

Ryusennin reviewed v3.89.672 on Jan 19, 2011

Used to be great on CRT to create your own custom resolutions, especially for vintage emus. Nowadays it's pretty much useless on LCD.

Ryusennin

Ryusennin reviewed v3.82.632 on Aug 28, 2008

Clumsy interface but excellent tool to properly create your own custom resolutions (priceless feature for advanced retrogamers).

Young Boys Bern

Young Boys Bern reviewed v3.80.625 on Jul 10, 2008

This tool is completely unneeded with the latest card and drivers.

Anyway, who would want to register this program if there's nowhere to find if your card is supported anyway.

darthbeads

darthbeads reviewed v3.65.560 Beta on May 21, 2006

@lswinney:
Then please stop trolling around BETAnews and ne'er return. What, honestly, is the point of your "review"?

PowerStrip is, in my experience, the most powerful graphics card tweaker. Great UI, regularly updated, and just plain works.

That said, I run NVidia cards, so I generally just use NVHardPage.

Adrian79

Adrian79 reviewed v3.64.551 Beta on Mar 29, 2006

since Vista and ATI do not support my old "ati radeon 9000pro 64mb" card with the new drivers....this will/should fix my prob of my screen being sOoo dark with no way to fix it :-)

yay!

fatray

fatray reviewed v3.64.541 Beta on Jan 27, 2006

With this I was able to get my Mitsubishi HTDV at a proper 1200x666 resolution. Now the desktop is perfectly shown on TV at 720p.

bangbang023

bangbang023 reviewed v3.63 on Dec 13, 2005

After leaving ATI for nvidia, I realized I missed the Catalysts' ability to automatically change color profile for the desktop and 3d gaming. Powerstrip solved this issue for me with it's application profile options. For this alone, I love it.

LordNikon

LordNikon reviewed v3.62 on Oct 4, 2005

My ATI Radeon 9700 burnt out. so I was forced to My Diamond Stealth S220 Video card. This Application has now help me properly calibrate my monitor. Woot!!!

Dwarden

Dwarden reviewed v3.55.484 on Dec 7, 2004

One of rare software products which works w/o dependence on drivers and supports almost any card on market ... great pice

fedorafreak

fedorafreak reviewed v3.54.476 on Oct 30, 2004

I can even OC my intergrated grafics card love it im gonna have fun with this on my gamein pc X800 pro baby

akecake

akecake reviewed v3.52 on Aug 2, 2004

CAn't live without this tool if you want to tweak overclock you graphic card you get it if you've dark screen you get it it has too many good things

GeneralLeoFF

GeneralLeoFF reviewed v3.50 on Jul 24, 2004

I have been using this program for some time now (about 2 years) and it has been relaible and very good at geting accurate timing for use on an HTPC. However I am an nVidia card user and nVidia now includes an advanced timer feature in the latest drivers that puts Power Strip to shame. It has .001 accuracy without having to tweak the settings like crazy to get it. If you want 59.940 you just set it to 59.940. If you use nVidia cards yer better of with the latest drivers. If you use anything else good ole relible Power Strip is always there. 5 stars.

BloodRayne

BloodRayne reviewed v3.50 on Jul 17, 2004

Perfect!!

AustinKnight

AustinKnight reviewed v3.50 on Jun 30, 2004

Powerstrip is the only app that will work perfect for users of HTPC's, Thanks Powerstrip.
1200 X 700

Jason Austin
www.falconvision.com

Dwarden

Dwarden reviewed v3.46 on Oct 14, 2003

With silent install he probably mean that "Options > Online services > Live Update" feature :) but to be operationable also for beta releases :) ... anyway PowerStrip is TopClass product especially if You want utilize Your display devices to maximum and beyond :)

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