WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT, no more Afterburner?!?!?!?!?!!!
I used to use EVGA Precision a long-@ss time ago, way before it was called "Precision X" or whatever they changed the name to. Then there was a time when they had a falling out with the creator of RivaTuner, and around the same time they made a weird decision to have Precision be installed through Steam rather than exist as a standalone program (a decision they reversed after a lot of complaints). I found out that the RivaTuner guy fell in with MSI, and Afterburner was basically the same kind of thing Precision was back then, so I switched to Afterburner and have been using it ever since. Even when I have EVGA graphics cards, I still continued to use Afterburner. I didn't realize Precision was making a comeback. Kinda sucks since EVGA will no longer manufacture and sell graphics cards (still very upset about that).
I don't overclock much with Afterburner, but I use it to create custom fan curves, customize the OSD (which is provided via RivaTuner) to show the info I want (rendering API, framerate, frametime, GPU usage, vRAM usage, GPU temp, system RAM usage, etc), capturing screenshots (when I can't use Steam's screenshot functionality) and on rare occasion screen recording (I don't have access to nVidia ShadowPlay cuz it is locked behind GeForce Experience), stuff like that.
I knew the developer of RivaTuner lived in another country, but I didn't know that he was specifically Russian. Well, looks like war and politics f*cked something up again. Anyways the concern was only for Afterburner. RIvaTuner has always been his own thing, and he'll continue to support it. RivaTuner was there before Precision and Afterburner. So I'm not worried about that.