FPS counter problem.

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  1. Oroboros

    Oroboros New Member

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    Hi everyone,

    The setup (not sure how relevant it is)
    r7 2700x
    r9 290
    windows 10, 64bit 19042.867
    amd adrenalin is 12.2.3
    hwinfo64 7.00
    rtss 7.3.0

    So there's this an orange FPS counter that attaches to the overlay of every box made in the RTSS overlay.
    I'm only using the RTSS with hwinfo for the overlay (always have with AB until RTSS overlay in beta came around.)

    Now with the fps counter I'm not sure what's causing the fps counter to jump from box to box, but it seems like it goes in reverse order in which the boxes were made. It's only on the most recent box and if you delete that box it jumps over the one made before it.
    I can just make a box and move it away, but that would be too easy.
    I've tried the sample overlay in the editor and it shows up there as well. Deleted all the boxes and the fps counter shows up in the top left regardless.
    It's unselectable.

    Anyways just wanted to let you guys know.
    Here's some pictures.
     

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  2. Andy_K

    Andy_K Master Guru

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    In MSI AB Monitoring tab you do have active "Show in OSD" for Framerate which you should disable to get rid of it.
     
  3. Oroboros

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    I don't have Afterburner installed.
     
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    Dan Longman Member Guru

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    Disable the "Show own statistics" setting in RTSS?
     

  5. Andy_K

    Andy_K Master Guru

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    Check in HWInfo if you have set up this:
    upload_2021-3-14_1-9-33.png

    This gets me the same result displayed in your screenshot:

    upload_2021-3-14_1-10-33.png
     
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  6. Oroboros

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    You mad lad, that totally did it. I haven't used hwinfo overlay in a long time since beta rtss had the overlay plugin. Odd that it has been remained on.

    Any explanation on why the hwinfo64 jumps from box to box in rtss overlay?

    Either way I got the answer I was looking for, thanks guys.
     
  7. Andy_K

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    It's the position in a new row after the last (top most) positioned layer (which uses P tag to be positioned).
     
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    Mucho gracias.
     

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