I just saw this new Gamers Nexus youtube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hAy5V91Hr4) and found it very interesting and helpful in finding out if you CPU and GPU are a good match.
What do you think, is it helpful ?
Not really for consumers but yes for reviewers and game developers which it's primarily aimed at anyway. It's getting way too technical for most end users who can see enough information from Radeon Software, Geforce Experience Advanced Performance overlay or MSI Afterburner.
I use Geforce Experience when I'm running a new game for the first time to see the loads of the CPU, GPU, GPU VRAM, latency, fan speeds, voltages and temps. That's more than enough information to observe any potential bottleneck for end users and see if it's time to upgrade one or other component.
I'ver used Afterburner (never to overclock, just monitor) and hwinfo mainly. Radeon Software shows some info too for the integrated Radeon Graphics in my laptop but there's also the Xbox Game Bar overlay as well if you give it admin rights to the monitoring services that can provide a modicum of information. Of the ones I mention, I find GE the most handy though.
Radeon Software should show a lot more information for their desktop discrete cards, at least the same amount if not more as GE does for NVIDIA cards
I use MSI AB and HWinfo.
I undervolt and overclock with MSI, monitor all the temps and such with HWinfo, but its nice to be able to toggle the overlay ingame to see whats going on with MSI.
I uninstall Geforce as it's pretty pointless and uses resources. Depends on if you use any of its features, i personally do not so stick to those 2 previously mentioned.