Citing post on Reddit, Techpowerup claims that Asus GPU Tweak II injects what appears to be an Asus GPU ad right into games. But, since Reddit has a habit of blowing up unverified claims, I decided to download the utility myself and see if there's any truth to them. I grabbed the Windows 10 64 bit build of Asus GPU Tweak II Version 19.33 (released 01/16/2019) from the Asus website, installed it, and fired up a game to see what would happen. As you can see in the picture in the original article, the overlay, does, indeed, inject an Asus GPU ad right into any game that runs the overlay. But, what the Reddit post failed to mention is that it can easily be disabled. It doesn't appear to pop back up during subsequent game launches, but I'm not sure if the ad will eventually re-enable itself, and performance (subjectively) felt worse with the ad active. While some overlays like Origin and Steam show promotions when they're manually opened, this is the first time I've seen an ad that's displayed in-game by default, and I hope this is a trend that Asus and other overlay developers don't continue in the future. ASUS Response: "It is a feature for the beta group testers, not on by default, the image is just a stock placeholder to show how it works if a streamer wants to use that functionality and it can be disabled or repositioned based up on the user settings. " Update ASUS Response: "As for the beta testing portion, yes, it is in the public release but is included now for user using the overlay when streaming. The overlay was a request by the beta testing group to be an active feature in the software. I could have worded that differently in my reply. But, the overlay is not enabled by default. We inserted an image so something is there if you use the feature and can see what occurs if enabled. That image or one supplied by the user can be deleted, changed, or repositioned from being shown." So all this seems to be a bit overblown as it is simply being misunderstood.