Cant see Ryzen 5800 clock on the overlay

Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Application Development Forum' started by ~AngusHades~, Oct 25, 2021.

  1. ~AngusHades~

    ~AngusHades~ Member

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    Sorry to sound rude or unappreciated. I've just installed the latest edition, and I can't find the overlay option to enable Ryzen 5000 clock
     
  2. bobnewels

    bobnewels Master Guru

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    You can try this AMD CPU's work normal.Also I think CPU clock is default in RTSS overlay,anyway

    Open RTSS
    Click setup
    Click Plugins
    Put check mark at HotkeysHandler.dll and OverlayEditor.dll
    Click on OverlayEditor.dll to open editor
    Click layout and load the sample.ovl
    Now you need to add/get the information since it is your first time
    Click Data sources
    Click edit
    Click add,you will be giving a choice from drop down menu
    InternalHal,AIDA64,HwInfo64,Msi Afterburner,Windows performance counter
    For this clock click Msi afterburner
    Put check marks in the vaules you want to use or all off them if you want
    Click export

    Tags for CPU
    %CPUFull%  CPU name as seen in device manager
    %CPU%     Less verbose version of the above

    For MSI afterburner 5800X CPU clock overlay
    Click options
    Click monitoring
    Click CPU Clock
    Click Show in On Screen Display
    Of course use hot key for RTSS/MSI to turn On screen Display on/off

    My shameful 5800X porn shot showing CPU clocks while gaming

    5800x.jpg
     
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  3. ~AngusHades~

    ~AngusHades~ Member

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    I appreciate your help and I did try Follow your instructions to the teeth, but sorry, there is no shoe CPU clock in the monitor tab. I know it used to work. I've to used MSI afterburner for year's, but after my fresh install of win 11, it's a no go. I will try the next version of the software.
     
  4. bobnewels

    bobnewels Master Guru

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    Well at least you tried.Goodd job.
     
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  5. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    Which CPU exactly is that? Currenltly supported Ryzen 5000 series are: family 19h model 20 and model 50.
    But no promises on extending that, CPU monitoring it is not a part of official application functionality.
     
  6. ~AngusHades~

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    Sorry to bother you mate, but it's just a 5800x; I brought it on release. It's not a big deal. I appreciate the effort you put into the software. What I've done is
    Used non-beta and beta, uninstalled via the control panel, or used Revo uninstaller. Everything else is functional, like overclocking the card etc. The only thing missing is the CPU clock option in the monitoring tab. Everything else is there, even the new power monitoring option anyways as I said it's not a bug deal I understand the complexity of programming as my brother working in the industry.
     
  7. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    the 5800x is family 19h ext.model 21

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    AB should be able to see the temperatures, i don't think there was ever a zen 3 cpu that had exactly ext model 20
     
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  8. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    Model 20 apply to whole 2x range.
     
  9. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    That's supported model and if CPU temp and power are there, clocks are also in the list with no doubts. Scroll down, read carefully.
     
  10. Kirigaya

    Kirigaya New Member

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    There must be in CPUZ. The new update supports this processor already.
     

  11. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    Are you just bumping your post counter? Your recent posts in AB section are hardly related (if related at all) to topics where you post something. Stop that.
     

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