Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Application Development Forum' started by Unwinder, Feb 20, 2017.
My condolences Unwinder.
Sorry to hear that man
My condolences to you and your family
I have one question, Is comet lake cpu frequnecy not supported? I have i5 10500 atm
My i9-10850 works fine. Both usage and temps.
usage and temps work as intended here too
Sorry to hear Unwinder
My condolences to you and the family!
So sorry to hear that @Unwinder. Peace to you and your family.
Relax from this taks, we can leave without new features for a while.
Nvm, newest beta MSI AB and RTSS shows cpu clock
edit: although it doesn't show totally accurate frequency, cpu-z shows as max 4609mhz, msi rtss 4494mhz, Im guessing 45x max multi.
Im using extra pcie 102.4mhz OC to make it to 4.6ghz.
Anyone playing Cyberpunk 2077 in HDR?
I'm pretty sure i could take Screenshots of games in HDR with Destiny 2, Shadow Warrior 2 and others... but Cyberpunk 2077 instantly crashes. Can someone replicate this issue or is it some kind of strange combination on my end that ensures this issue?
Report for the future, when you get back: Win7x64, CP2077, beta9, drivers 460.79 - unable to hook to the game, regardless of mode
try again with Ansel
12on7 is not supported and there are no plans to support it.
I was reading about how RTSS and other overlays don't work for streamers because OBS can't capture them properly. I think the easiest workaround would be to generate the RTSS display as an independent window. Then the streamer can manually add that window on top of their stream as a window source in OBS. Is there any way to do this?
Details about why OBS can't capture overlays: https://github.com/obsproject/obs-studio/issues/2922 -- the overlay just blinks on the recorded stream.
So sorry to hear that man, not the news one would expect from you, I'm very sorry for your loss.
Look into C:\Program Files (x86)\RivaTuner Statistics Server\SDK\Tools\DesktopOverlayHost\Release
Very sorry to hear that @Unwinder. Best wishes to you and your family in these sad times.
Hello! is it possible to somehow display the allocated memory of a process?
My understanding of AB/RTSS's current RAM settings is as follows:
"RAM usage \ process" = used system RAM per process;
"RAM usage" = used system RAM by all active processes;
"Commit charge" = total allocated system RAM (allocated virtual memory, which combines physical memory with page files on disk).
I don't think there's a way to display allocated system memory per process, but I could be wrong, so, if anyone knows for sure, please feel free to chime in.
Also, my condolences to @Unwinder. Very sorry to hear about your loss.
My condolences @Unwinder
MSI Afterburner wont's show CPU temp on ThreadRipper 3990x using an Asus ROG Zenith II Extreme Alpha.