If you want to have a complete support tool for your hardware, especially when it comes to your Graphic Processing Unit and monitor, then you might need PowerStrip. The PowerStrip app offers you control over your graphics card, and the way it displays data on the screen.
Easily accessible from the system tray, the software can be used to create and configure various types of profiles.
First of all, there's the Application profiles that allows you to create a different configurations whenever a different shortcut or application is launched. You can, for example, choose your color, display and performance preferences along with other options such as the possibility to disable multiple monitors, the screen saver, boot process priority, delay the write to the DAC palette and others.
The Display profiles window lets you change other settings such as the color depth, monitor resolution or refresh rate. A various number of profiles can be created and the choice is all yours, as you can create profiles that best suite the applications you are running.
More than that, you can adjust the Gamma, Brightness and Temperature of your colors, and, again create the profiles you need from the Color profiles window.
If you feel a little bit brave and want to get the maximum out of your video card then you can call the Performance profiles window to see just how much you can enhance the performance of your card. You'll be able to adjust the engine clock, select the memory timing or activate other drive options that can help you increase your frame rate.
Other than that, PowerStrip lets you view all the details of your graphic adapter and monitor, create hot keys that are convenient for you, and access the Resource manager.
The PowerStrip software is designed as a handy assistant that lets the user configure the GPU unit and monitor depending on one's needs.
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that PowerStrip offers an almost complete set of tools with the help of which you can not only adjust color settings for your display, but also push your video card to the limit to get an enhanced video game experience.