change Mhz To Ghz

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  1. MrBeer

    MrBeer Member

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    is there anyway to change the standard MHZ to GHZ in the overlay?
    Just playing around the new overlay.
     
  2. Agonist

    Agonist Ancient Guru

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    This is actually a quite a good question. I was wondering this the other day.
    I only use FPS of RTSS on my Ryzen rig, but have all of the stats of Afterburner and HWINFO on my server. It had dual CPUS so the info is quite alot on there when streaming a game.
     
  3. CaptaPraelium

    CaptaPraelium Master Guru

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    You can use the correction formula x/1000, hide the units and replace them with your own. There might be a better way, but that works.
     
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    msi-afterburner Master Guru

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    CaptaPraelium, thanks for your reply. It's very good solution.
     

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    Hi guys, I'm abit of newbie and not sure how to do what you have described above.
    I looked through the entire menu of both MSI Afterburner as well as RTSS and I was not able to find an option to "hide units" and then to replace them with my own.
    Can someone please explain how to do this?
    Thanks a lot in advance!
     
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  7. Andy_K

    Andy_K Master Guru

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    In the RTSS OverlayEditorPlugin -> Data Sources-> Edit -> (for example) click "RAM usage"-> Setup

    default:
    upload_2021-1-14_13-8-47.png

    converted to GB:
    upload_2021-1-14_13-10-38.png

    Name: just a description you can put in
    Units: a label, just type in what you want
    Format: if you want integer, leave it blank. For one decimal use %0.1f, for 2 decimals use %0.2f,... you get the piont
    Correction formula: x is the reported value (in MB) then divide by 1024 to get GB
     
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