Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Overclock Application Discussion' started by BenchAndGames, Feb 24, 2013.
What is this ?
" Enable low-level hardware acces interface "
I have to enble it, or disable ?
You have to read the context help for it. Help system is provided not just for fun.
Yeah, I had thought before, but I do not understand English, to speak to you am using google translate, and would be nice if any of you can translate what the context indicates.
I ask this question because two days ago, I had enabled this option, and have suffered bad results, as FPS drop and artifacts.
Now I disabled this option, and so far it works well,for now, no FPS drops and no artifacts.
I could tell if these poor results have been caused by having that option enabled?
Placebo. Low-level hardware interface is not supported at all for Keplers.
If that is so maybe it be good to say that or gray out the option for 6xx series .
or little note in readme
No. There won't be basics explained in readme.
I agree on readme, nobody ever reads them .
I DL AB user manual, maybe that should be updated as its old AB (/o power slider ) and update for few card info . I image new Titan would have new features of 3.0 .
OK, thank you very much for the reply.
Then I can rest easy knowing that these artifacts have been produced by having this option ENABLE.
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