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Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by NooGai, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. NooGai

    NooGai Member

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    when I use msi afterburner I move it from 425 to 430 and I click apply do I have to leave msi open when im playing the games or is it ok to close cause when i close and reopen its back at 425 for no reason
     
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    eagled1 Master Guru

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    Yes you must leave it running in the background. Just minimize it to the taskbar.
     
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    Mufflore Ancient Guru

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    Not true, you can close it.
    Once the clocks are set, they remain at those speeds until you change them again or reboot.

    I keep afterburner open to control my fan speed and to monitor my gfx card.
     
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    so i only need need to move the slider and the mid will do the rest is there any other button i need to press for it to apply or save?
     

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    Click apply.
    To save the settings for later use, click save, then click a number to save it to.

    to use a saved setting, click the number then click apply.
     
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    so you know the graphs on the left in what area are they normally suppossed to be in or what is it suppossed to look like in general when i overclock i have noticed significance better gameplay but im scared of going higher cause of my graphics card.
     
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