Sunday question: Which manufacturer makes good tools and which ones are bad?

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Manufacturer’s tools, for example for configuring the motherboard, peripherals, RGB, SSDs and graphics cards, are a dime a dozen, but which manufacturers offer good ones and which are somewhat bad? What manufacturer’s tools do you personally use and what tools should you avoid?

AMD Ryzen Master, Asus AI Suite, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, MSI Dragon Center, and Sapphire TriXX, to name a few, each of the manufacturers now offer one or more in-house tools, some of which also include many custom hardware components. One user prefers “clean install” and “vanilla Windows”, while others use several tools at the same time. How do you see this and how do you think it is on your computer systems – the manufacturer’s tools or the tools on board?

In order to be able to better categorize the topic, here is a selection of the most popular fabrication tools from the ComputerBase download area.

  • AMD
    • AMD Store
    • AMD Ryzen Master
    • AMD Overdrive
  • Asus
    • ASUS Aura
    • Asus AI suite
    • Asus GPU Disk
    • Asus Armory Box
  • MSI
    • MSI Afterburner
    • MSI DragonCenter
    • MSI Mystic Lite
  • Gigabyte
    • Gigabyte Fusion RGB
    • Gigabyte Aorus drive
  • Intel Corporation
    • Intel Extreme Tuning Utility
    • Intel Performance Maximizer processor
    • Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool
  • pirate
    • SSD Pirate Toolkit
    • iCUE hacker
  • ruby
  • Scanner
    • Cortex Scanner
    • razor clamp

Various system tools from manufacturers serve a variety of areas and also deal with the topics of overclocking and understating, which are still very popular in the community, or reading user-relevant data such as SMART values ​​that are “vital” for hard drives and hard drives.

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Which manufacturers offer good tools and which ones are bad?

The editors would like to know from you which manufacturers offer particularly good tools and which manufacturers are bad tools for configuring their hardware components and peripherals.


What manufacturer tools did you have the best experience with?

Manufacturer’s worst tools

And what gadgets of the manufacturer have had rather bad experiences?

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The editors would be very happy to receive good, detailed reasons for your decisions in the comments to this Sunday question.

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