Coolbits still the best for NVidia cards?

Is ForceWare Coolbits 2.0 still the best thing to use for overclocking an NVidia based card?

My MSI Geforce 6600GT allows for me to overclock from the control panel, but everytime I restart the computer it resets to the default (even though I get a message that I'm setting a new default speed everytime I change it). It's getting annoying. Will Coolbits allow me to set new overclock speeds by default?

Draco wrote:

Is ForceWare Coolbits 2.0 still the best thing to use for overclocking an NVidia based card?

My MSI Geforce 6600GT allows for me to overclock from the control panel, but everytime I restart the computer it resets to the default (even though I get a message that I'm setting a new default speed everytime I change it). It's getting annoying. Will Coolbits allow me to set new overclock speeds by default?

Coolbits is certainly the easiest way (i.e. no 3rd party app). You can set the defaults by selecting the Apply these settings at startup checkbox.

Try RivaTuner.

I thought RivaTuner was for ATI?

I would recommend coolbits. Using Riva Tuner feels like editing the registry to me...you better know exactally what you are going in to change, but you can change seemingly anything there. Coolbits just adds a nice slider to your display properties....even has an auto-detect setting. And yes it has a set and forget box to check.

Draco wrote:

I thought RivaTuner was for ATI?

Riva was the name of an early NVidia chipset and RivaTuner was originally an NVidia-only utility. It has a lot more options available when used with an NVidia card than with an ATI card.