Zotac does have their own graphics card companion software called FireStorm. Opening it up you have the ability to see your cards clocks, temperature, and fan speeds in real time. You can also tune the card and set specific fan speeds if you want.
This is a dual BIOS card, but there is no physical switch. In order to switch the BIOS you have to boot into Windows, open FireStom, switch the BIOS, then restart.
RGB lighting controls for the card is also in the FireStorm App under the Spectra tab. Here we can select the different RGB sections of the card and either control them individually or synchronize them together.
Talking about RGB lighting you have RGB lighting on the Zotac Gaming logo on the back of the card, on the line design on the back of the card, and along the edge of the card. Zotac also includes a metal support bracket that has RGB lighting. You can connect it to the graphics card with the included connector so all of your effects are the same.