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Games with MSI Afterburner are using hi cpu
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Lamantin
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Default Games with MSI Afterburner are using hi cpu - 01-27-2017, 20:58 | posts: 1

I noticed this problem when enabled Afterburner, some games use much more CPU time. If you close the game, complete the Afterburner and restart the game, the percent they will ship in 2-3 times less. This is not every game ... What is this feature of the behavior of this program? Or just the conflict?
   
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Default 02-09-2017, 19:21 | posts: 4 | Location: Alps/Tirol

hello Lamantin.

This has to do with the RTSS , so if you disable it before starting the game it's really starting up faster !

My question is : Can we monitor fps and so on without this behave?
   
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