Download: MSI Afterburner 4.6.1 Final/Stable

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  1. Thunk_It

    Thunk_It Member Guru

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  2. PapaJohn

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    Thanks for the update, always appreciated :)
     
  3. Rabii Hayani

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    the final release of MSI AFTER BURNER its block some application to start like IZOTOPE plugins products its a VSTI effects for makin music productuin please fix this
     
  4. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    msi afterburner has no impact on your VSTI plugins.
     

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    I have to close MSI afterburner (Beta 2) and/or rivatuner to run GTA V (Steam). Beta 1 had no problem with this. When running GTA V, after social club app login it show error "err_no_launcher"
     
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  7. Rich_Guy

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    Is this the latest Final/Stable release ?

    As just got my new rig with an MSi 2070 Super Gaming X-Trio, so i need to update my AB for it.
     
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  9. Astyanax

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    Can you remove that profile, and see if resetting the cache in RTSS settings (bottom of the first tab) works?
     
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    I saw “due to introducing native dual fan control in NVAPI.”, How do you get the fan speeds through NVAPI. getTach command in NVAPI is not supported for RTX. Could you give me a hint?
     

  11. Unwinder

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    NvAPI_GPU_ClientFanCoolersXXX functions set is your target.
     
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    No but it's been posted before, try fresh install of afterburner with task scheduler set to automatic.
     
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    @insp1re2600

    Task scheduler was automatic, but not turned on. I restarted it, no go. I ran scan-disk, and that did not fix it either. I did a windows reinstall.
     
  15. Astyanax

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    i think your task scheduler was damaged, its an automatic task that according to black viper should always be active.
     

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    Hello. Can you please add ability to see GPU watt usage in monitoring???
     
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    You can use HWiNFO to feed that into Rivatuner. With HWiNFO you can basically add whatever monitoring you want.
     
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    Everything's working as intended here, thank you for your continued efforts with MSI Afterburner and RTSS Unwinder, pretty much the first thing I install on any new system :)
     
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    MSI Afterburner Properties > Monitoring tab > Enable Power
     
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    It shows subjective percentage, not watts
     
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