Download MSI AfterBurner 4.3.0 Beta 14

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  1. FookDat

    FookDat Master Guru

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    I have reinstalled many times Windows 10 and Windows 7,

    Multi GPU Crossfire not recommended. Battlefield 4 will crash every game or every other game with DX errors. Seems to work if I remove 1 of the gpus. runs longer if I use mantel and not dx11.

    seems to hold clocks, manual fans, disable ULPS does not work it will only disable for GPU1 have to go into registry to set ULPS to off for both cards then reboot.

    Yes I did read it, I know crossfire and sli does not seem to work stable yet.

    even when using it to only control just the fans... it would crash, have not had a single issue since I uninstalled.
     
  2. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    No, you did't read anything and no, there is no any "CF and SLI doesn't seem to work stable yet". The only currently existing SLI/CF related limitation is unsupported OSD in DX12 aplications using explicit multi-GPU rendering mode, and in this case there won't be any instability, such applications simply won't launch at all while RTSS is active.
    So in addition to uninstalling AB just leave this thread please, I'd like to avoid seeing search haters with "I know more IT than you" attitude and personal attacks oriented postings.
     
  3. FookDat

    FookDat Master Guru

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    wow you are the most butt hurt salty software programmer I have ever heard or seen on a forum. I am done helping and supporting your software you are rude. Due to you I will not support Guru3d or MSI afterburner, besides MSi afterburner sucks and crashes all the time, blue screens, artifacts, tearing, lagging, stuttering, you name it this program pretty much has the bug I would recommend not installing this or ever using it.... whoever wrote it must be from russia
     
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  4. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    At least now I know what does it mean to be polite. Thanks for demostrating this skill and educating barbarian Russian.
    [sarcasm mode off]
     

  5. aakashsingh43

    aakashsingh43 New Member

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    does it work with r9 380 i just want osd?
     
  6. d0mini

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    Yes.
     
  7. aakashsingh43

    aakashsingh43 New Member

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    Thanks
     
  8. vg24a3

    vg24a3 Active Member

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    What does the number at the end of the screenshot file name mean? in the example below it is "199".

    GameTitle_2016_09_15_15_40_10_199
    GameTitle_yyyy_mm_dd_hh_mm_ss_???
    <-- what are these?
     
  9. houdini

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    Latest beta 4.30 Beta 14 is buggy! If you check any on screen overlays they 'stick' You must launch and quite AfterBurner
     
  10. pimp_gimp

    pimp_gimp Ancient Guru

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    There are bound to be bugs, hence the word "beta". If you find some report them to Unwinder and he'll see if he can reproduce and then fix them. Coming across in a complaining/bitchy tone doesn't help. If you want a stable version go back to 4.2.0.
     

  11. houdini

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    Thanks. Will report this bug to UnWinder
     
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  12. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    The only buggy thing in your case is your skill, sorry. And no, your "valuable" feedback doesn't sound even close to something useful that could be reported by other real software developer.
     
  13. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    Seeing that the name contains timestamp, it is rather easy to guess that the last part is milliseconds.
     
  14. Reardan

    Reardan Master Guru

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    Report them to Unwinder? Who would ever put themselves on that chopping block? I'd rather just never overclock anything ever again.
     
  15. fry178

    fry178 Maha Guru

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    is the V/OV limit a "Nv given" limit (what i assume), or from the card maker?
    my zotac 1070 amp hits V-limit even with stock clocks.
     

  16. Unwinder

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    Seeing voltage limit hit at stock clocks with any card is absolutely normal and expected. Most likely you're misunderstanding the meaning of it. GPU Boost cannot increase voltage/clocks boundlessly, by displaying that the limit is hit GPU Boost is just informing you that neither thermal nor power budget is reached and no further clock/voltage increment currently possible because of reaching maximum GPU voltage (defined by GPU leakage level, aka ASIC quality).
     
  17. fry178

    fry178 Maha Guru

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    Thanks for responding.
    I do understand the meaning of it, just surprised how a custom board 1070 with 10 phase power (two 8pin; i know, doesnt really make a difference) and proper cooling (2x 100mm fans, cpu is LC with heat dumped outside the case), hits the limit already at stock clocks (1607/1797).
    especially, since all cards (incl founder) are still able to reach higher clocks (with manual ocing) without increase in V.

    since im still able to return the gpu, i just wanted to know if this is a general limitation (set by Nv and/or chip "lottery") or something that "only" gets affected by the card design (hence might differ by brand).
     
  18. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    That's how it is. Every gpu hits voltage limit at default clocks, was the same with your old Fermi too..


    Zotac did a factory OC with certain voltage limit, there is some extra OC left with stock voltage, but you have to manually OC to find its limit..

    *For example my old 780gtx factory OC was 1084mhz@ 1.162v, but had extra OC up to 1162mhz.
    This 980ti now is the same 1342mhz @ 1.187v, manual extra OC up to 1430mhz.



    Btw GP104 chip is limited to 2-2.1Ghz no matter what.
     
  19. fry178

    fry178 Maha Guru

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    k.
    yeah, see 2-2.1 as max.
    i didnt get much, max +70mhz to be stable, boosting to around 1950-2010..
     
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  20. Groot

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    Here's one with Vop, VRel, Thermal and Power. Sometimes it just seems broken.

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