Can RivaTuner show GPU voltage?

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  1. Ber5

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    Hi all.
    Can I turn on all of the overlay information (gpu voltage in particular) from MSI afterburner in RTSS? There is no such hypertext in hypertext-list
     
  2. Ishan

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    Yes you can display all sorts of GPU voltages in conjunction with HWinfo. Link that as data source and it will show in RTSS overlay:
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    Thank you for your reply. Using the latest version of HW for this is inconvenient due to the lack of a license, but another way was found using MSI Afterburner sensors
    https://********/DkQpSKZ/rq.png
     
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    Yes it can be done through MSI AF sensors as well. HWInfo has a lot more but the latest version beyond v6.42 deactivates after 12 hour limit and has to be reenabled again. This is not a problem for older hardware but any new hardware would have to use the latest version for full support.
     
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  5. Ber5

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    do you know why the values are different? 432.png
    I checked several, white values are taken from MSI sensors
    orange values are MSI's overlay, white - RTSS with MSI's sensors
     
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  7. Ber5

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    Right, but how to turn off it?
     
  8. Unwinder

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    Specify proper output format for imported data sources, e.g. %.3f to use 3 digits
     
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    sorry, could you explain where to add %.3f? I tried front, back, but it doesn't work.
     

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    Specify it in "Format" field inside your plugin's "GPU voltage" data source properties.
     
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  11. Andy_K

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    I made a longer explanation there:
     
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    Thahk you all, but now I have new issue: I can't to change formula view for POWER. When I write something there, values are disappear. Do you know why so?
    I tried %.01f, 03f. It's not working for MSI's sensor
     

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    Good catch, it is an issue on the plugin side - it lacks proper type description for this specific data source improted from MSI AB making it impossible to edit it after adding, I'll need to fix it in the next version of plugin. But you don't actually need to import it, the plugin natively provides the same GPU power data source in internal HAL.
     
  14. Ber5

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    When I change the TYPE to POWER, it's work and the data format may change, but they don't match the MSI sensor.
    I tried using the built-in plugin, but it also shows values slowly (time synchronization (1500 milliseconds) did not give anything, and looks like i can't use equal ('=') in Correct Formula)
    It's great that you support this program.
     

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  15. Unwinder

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    By doing so you specify relative power (power percent) sensor type. Once again, absolute power sensor type is missing in imported MSI AB sensors as I said in the previous post. You may use Internal HAL provider instead of MSI AB to use exactly the same sensor implemented directly inside the plugin.


    Why did you try to specify = in formula? Did I declare it anywhere? It is not supposed to be used there.
     

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    No, it was just an attempt
     
  17. Unwinder

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    The best way to learn correction formulas usage principles is to examine sample.ovl overlay supplied with RTSS overlay editor. It demonstrates both simple fomulas for converting units (e.g. from kilobytes to gigabytes) and more sophisticated correction formulas which are refferencing other data sources (e.g. AnimationTimer correction formula).
     
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