Mammoth graphics card manufacturer EVGA is very close to officially unveiling its stand-alone video card overclocking tool, dubbed Precision. The latest in an already crowded Windows-based overclocking field, Precision does offer some neat attributes that should set itself apart from the pack, while also sporting standard features like GPU Core, Shader, and Memory Clock adjustments, and a fan speed controller. One really cool feature will enable users to be able to view FPS, GPU temps, and GPU speeds in-game. Precision will also come with support for Logitech keyboard LCD screens, which will display temperatures for up to four video cards, and GPU speeds. The rumor mill indicates that EVGA seems set to unleash Precision in the very near future.