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Default MSI Afterburner 3.0.0 Beta 7(2013-03-14) - 03-14-2013, 09:04 | posts: 414

Hi guys, the Afterburner 3.0.0 Beta 7 is ready for you to download. this version supports the control of NVIDIA and AMD graphics card, if you get the card, you may try to play it.

Change list:

Added core voltage control for reference design AMD RADEON 7870 XT graphics cards with CHL8225 voltage regulators
Added core voltage control for cost down reference design AMD RADEON 7770 graphics cards with uP1609 voltage regulators
Added limited core voltage control for reference design AMD RADEON 7850 graphics cards
RestoreAfterSuspendedMode configuration file switch is no longer undocumented, now it is enabled by default and accessible via GUI in "General" tab in "Compatibility properties" section
Added French localization
Recompiled kernel mode driver to bypass false positive in driver verifier

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I appreciate you guys allowing voltage support for the 7870 XT cards to be patched in, and I'm sure many XT owners will too!

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Default 03-14-2013, 10:33 | posts: 579 | Location: MA

Hi Unwinder,

Thanks for updating the shared memory. It seems to work great after a few quick tests!

I do have one question though. I still don't see any changes for the new Titan features in the header files. I assume MAHM will stay the same, but will MACM be getting any updates for temp limit, etc?

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Default 03-14-2013, 10:52 | posts: 11,516 | Location: Taganrog, Russia

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Hi Unwinder,

Thanks for updating the shared memory. It seems to work great after a few quick tests!

I do have one question though. I still don't see any changes for the new Titan features in the header files. I assume MAHM will stay the same, but will MACM be getting any updates for temp limit, etc?

Thanks again!
Nick
Thanks for confirming, Nick. Yes, updated MACM header will be included in the next verison. In meanwhile you can create it yourself:

Code:
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//
// This header file defines MSI Afterburner Control shared memory format
//
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
#ifndef _MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_INCLUDED_
#define _MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_INCLUDED_
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// v2.0 header
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_FLAG_LINK								0x00000001
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_FLAG_SYNC								0x00000002
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_FLAG_LINK_THERMAL						0x00000004
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
#define MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_COMMAND_INIT								0x00AB0000
#define MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_COMMAND_FLUSH							0x00AB0001
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
typedef struct MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_HEADER
{
	DWORD	dwSignature;
		//signature allows applications to verify status of shared memory

		//The signature can be set to:
		//'MACM'	- control memory is initialized and contains 
		//			valid data 
		//0xDEAD	- control memory is marked for deallocation and
		//			no longer contain valid data
		//otherwise the memory is not initialized
	DWORD	dwVersion;
		//header version ((major<<16) + minor)
		//must be set to 0x00020000 for v2.0
	DWORD	dwHeaderSize;
		//size of header
	DWORD	dwNumGpuEntries;
		//number of subsequent MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY entries
	DWORD	dwGpuEntrySize;
		//size of entries in subsequent MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY entries array

	DWORD	dwMasterGpu;
		//master GPU index
	DWORD	dwFlags;	
		//bitmask containing combination of MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_FLAG_...  flags

	time_t	time;
		//control memory timestamp 

		//The timestamp is refreshed each time new hardware settings are
		//being applied, so you can latch the timestamp and periodically
		//check it to monitor settings changes from Afterburner side
		
		//WARNING! Force 32-bit time_t usage with #define _USE_32BIT_TIME_T 
		//to provide compatibility with VC8.0 and newer compiler versions

	DWORD	dwCommand;
		//write MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_COMMAND_... to this field to force 
		//MSI Afterburner to perform the following actions on the next 
		//hardware polling iteration:
		//
		//MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_COMMAND_INIT - force MSI Afterburner to
		//reinitialize control memory with current hardware settings
		//
		//MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_COMMAND_FLUSH - force MSI Afterburner to
		//flush settings from control memory and apply it to hardware
		//then read back applied settings from hardware
		//
		//NOTE: MSI Afterburner reset this field to 0 after executing
		//the command


} MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_HEADER, *LPMACM_SHARED_MEMORY_HEADER;
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FLAG_CORE_CLOCK				0x00000001
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FLAG_SHADER_CLOCK				0x00000002
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FLAG_MEMORY_CLOCK				0x00000004
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FLAG_FAN_SPEED					0x00000008
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FLAG_CORE_VOLTAGE				0x00000010
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FLAG_MEMORY_VOLTAGE			0x00000020
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FLAG_AUX_VOLTAGE				0x00000040
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FLAG_CORE_VOLTAGE_BOOST		0x00000080
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FLAG_MEMORY_VOLTAGE_BOOST		0x00000100
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FLAG_AUX_VOLTAGE_BOOST			0x00000200
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FLAG_POWER_LIMIT				0x00000400
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FLAG_CORE_CLOCK_BOOST			0x00000800
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FLAG_MEMORY_CLOCK_BOOST		0x00001000
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FLAG_THERMAL_LIMIT				0x00002000
#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FLAG_THERMAL_PRIORITIZE		0x00004000

#define	MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FLAG_SYNCHRONIZED_WITH_MASTER	0x80000000
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
#define MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FAN_FLAG_AUTO					0x00000001
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// v2.0 entry (array of entries follows immediately by the header)
typedef struct MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY
{
	DWORD	dwFlags;
		//bitmask containing combination of MACM_SHARED_GPU_MEMORY_ENTRY_FLAG_...

	//clock control

	DWORD dwCoreClockCur;
		//current core clock in KHz
	DWORD dwCoreClockMin;
		//minimum core clock in KHz
	DWORD dwCoreClockMax;
		//maximum core clock in KHz
	DWORD dwCoreClockDef;
		//default core clock in KHz

	DWORD dwShaderClockCur;
		//current shader clock in KHz
	DWORD dwShaderClockMin;
		//minimum shader clock in KHz
	DWORD dwShaderClockMax;
		//maximum shader clock in KHz
	DWORD dwShaderClockDef;
		//default shader clock in KHz

	DWORD dwMemoryClockCur;
		//current memory clock in KHz
	DWORD dwMemoryClockMin;
		//minimum memory clock in KHz
	DWORD dwMemoryClockMax;
		//maximum memory clock in KHz
	DWORD dwMemoryClockDef;
		//default memory clock in KHz

	//fan speed control

	DWORD dwFanSpeedCur;
		//current fan speed in %
	DWORD dwFanFlagsCur;
		//bitmask containing combination of MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FAN_FLAG_...  flags
	DWORD dwFanSpeedMin;
		//minimum fan speed in %
	DWORD dwFanSpeedMax;
		//maximum fan speed in %
	DWORD dwFanSpeedDef;
		//default fan speed in %
	DWORD dwFanFlagsDef;
		//default bitmask containing combination of MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY_FAN_FLAG_...  flags

	//voltage control

	DWORD dwCoreVoltageCur;
		//current core voltage in mV
	DWORD dwCoreVoltageMin;
		//minimum core voltage in mV
	DWORD dwCoreVoltageMax;
		//maximum core voltage in mV
	DWORD dwCoreVoltageDef;
		//default core voltage in mV

	DWORD dwMemoryVoltageCur;
		//current memory voltage in mV
	DWORD dwMemoryVoltageMin;
		//minimum memory voltage in mV
	DWORD dwMemoryVoltageMax;
		//maximum memory voltage in mV
	DWORD dwMemoryVoltageDef;
		//default memory voltage in mV

	DWORD dwAuxVoltageCur;
		//current aux voltage in mV
	DWORD dwAuxVoltageMin;
		//minimum aux voltage in mV
	DWORD dwAuxVoltageMax;
		//maximum aux voltage in mV
	DWORD dwAuxVoltageDef;
		//default aux voltage in mV

	//voltage boost control

	LONG dwCoreVoltageBoostCur;
		//current core voltage boost in mV
	LONG dwCoreVoltageBoostMin;
		//minimum core voltage boost in mV
	LONG dwCoreVoltageBoostMax;
		//maximum core voltage boost in mV
	LONG dwCoreVoltageBoostDef;
		//default core voltage boost in mV

	LONG dwMemoryVoltageBoostCur;
		//current memory voltage boost in mV
	LONG dwMemoryVoltageBoostMin;
		//minimum memory voltage boost in mV
	LONG dwMemoryVoltageBoostMax;
		//maximum memory voltage boost in mV
	LONG dwMemoryVoltageBoostDef;
		//default memory voltage boost in mV

	LONG dwAuxVoltageBoostCur;
		//current aux voltage boost in mV
	LONG dwAuxVoltageBoostMin;
		//minimum aux voltage boost in mV
	LONG dwAuxVoltageBoostMax;
		//maximum aux voltage boost in mV
	LONG dwAuxVoltageBoostDef;
		//default aux voltage boost in mV

	//the following fields are only valid for v2.0 and newer version

	//power limit control

	LONG dwPowerLimitCur;
		//current power limit in %
	LONG dwPowerLimitMin;
		//minimum power limit in %
	LONG dwPowerLimitMax;
		//maximum power limit in %
	LONG dwPowerLimitDef;
		//default power limit in %

	//clock boost control

	LONG dwCoreClockBoostCur;
		//current core clock boost in KHz
	LONG dwCoreClockBoostMin;
		//minimum core clock boost in KHz
	LONG dwCoreClockBoostMax;
		//maximum core clock boost in KHz
	LONG dwCoreClockBoostDef;
		//default core clock boost in KHz

	LONG dwMemoryClockBoostCur;
		//current memory clock boost in KHz
	LONG dwMemoryClockBoostMin;
		//minimum memory clock boost in KHz
	LONG dwMemoryClockBoostMax;
		//maximum memory clock boost in KHz
	LONG dwMemoryClockBoostDef;
		//default memory clock boost in KHz

	//the following fields are only valid for v2.1 and newer version

	//thermal limit control

	LONG dwThermalLimitCur;
		//current thermal limit in C
	LONG dwThermalLimitMin;
		//minimum thermal limit in C
	LONG dwThermalLimitMax;
		//maximum thermal limit in C
	LONG dwThermalLimitDef;
		//default thermal limit in C

	//thermal prioritize control 

	DWORD dwThermalPrioritizeCur;
		//current thermal prioritize state
	DWORD dwThermalPrioritizeDef;
		//default thermal prioritize state

} MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY, *LPMACM_SHARED_MEMORY_GPU_ENTRY;
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
#endif //_MACM_SHARED_MEMORY_INCLUDED_


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Default 03-14-2013, 11:07 | posts: 579 | Location: MA

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Thanks for confirming, Nick. Yes, updated MACM header will be included in the next verison. In meanwhile you can create it yourself:
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Default 03-14-2013, 12:16 | posts: 38 | Location: Varazdin, Croatia

Cool!
Thank you for posting Beta versions again.

P.S. There is a typo in first post, it says "Beta 6".
   
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Thanks for new version Unwinder
   
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good ! thanks Alex !
   
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Hi is it possible to add the -xcl command to the GUI? Unofficial OC causes flickering and corruption on ATI cards like the 6900 and 7900...

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Default 03-14-2013, 21:10 | posts: 11,516 | Location: Taganrog, Russia

I doubt that you tried new version. First, there is workaround for flicker. Second, clock limit extension us in GUI.


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I doubt that you tried new version. First, there is workaround for flicker. Second, clock limit extension us in GUI.
I'm using beta 7 atm, if I don't enable unofficial OC the clocks don't ramp up in 3D mode, and if I do enable UOC I get flicker.

EDit: this is with constant voltage selected btw.

I should add beta 6 did not have this issue.

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Default 03-14-2013, 21:32 | posts: 11,516 | Location: Taganrog, Russia

Peek into General tab and read context help for new options carefully. And there are no changes in oc between beta BTW.


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Peek into General tab and read context help for new options carefully. And there are no changes in oc between beta BTW.
Context isn't working for some reason.

If you're referring to driver reset option if that's enabled it resets every time clocks switch from 2D to 3D.

Think I'll just reinstall the older build.

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Think I'll just avoid answering that, sorry.


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Tooltips have never worked for me, only way I can read them is to open help files with a txt editor.
   
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Tooltips have never worked for me
Try to stay away from those one-click Windows "optimizers"

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Try to stay away from those one-click Windows "optimizers"
What the hell are you talking about? Go troll elsewhere.
   
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Going back to Beta 6, had 2 complete crash in BF3 after install beta 7.
   
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Placebo.


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Placebo.
I dont think so, because I have had issues with both beta6 and 7, i went back to 2.3.1, and all is well again. You are a great programmer unwinder, and all youre software are great, but even you are not perfect!?
   
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I dont think so
And I do. He is reporting changes between beta 6 and beta 7, there are NO changes which could affect stability even in theory besides adding voltage control for some AMD models and providing access to old CFG options via GUI. So please let me decide what can be a bug and what can be (and what is) PEBCAK issue.
Dear newbies, just stay away from betas as far as it is possible. It is not intended for you.


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Note for translators:

There are no new GUI changes expected in 3.0.0, most likely this beta will become final 3.0.0 in the next couple weeks. So it is good time to start updating your localizations now. Currently English, Russian and Italian localizations are fully up to date, the rest language packs need to be updated to reflect new GUI items for Titan and new compatibility options introduced in General tab.


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Dear newbies, just stay away from betas as far as it is possible. It is not intended for you.
^ that means you Pill Monster

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What the hell are you talking about? Go troll elsewhere.
You thought I was trolling by providing a possible solution to your problem? I practice my own advice, and tooltips working just fine for me

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^ that means you Pill Monster

You thought I was trolling by providing a possible solution to your problem? Well guess what, I practice my own advice, and tooltips working just fine for me
Go **** yourself, you're an amateur.

And btw, you're reported for trolling.

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