MSI Afterburner 2.2.0 Beta 12 (2012-02-02)

Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Overclock Application Discussion' started by msi-afterburner, Feb 2, 2012.

  1. solidsteel144

    solidsteel144 Active Member

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    Interesting.
    Someone was able to make the slider go up to +50% via registry tweak I believe.
    http://www.techimo.com/forum/3265850-post70.html

    Perhaps the approach is similar to what you had in mind?
     
  2. Xzibit

    Xzibit Banned

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    How to solve this?

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    I can't switch tabs! :O
     
  3. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    Yes, it is exactly the same software override of BIOS PowerPlay table.
     
  4. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    Use normal fonts or higher resolution display mode. The GUI is designed to fit into 1280x1024 or higher with 100% DPI.
     

  5. Xzibit

    Xzibit Banned

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    I'm using 150% DPI scalling.
    OK i'll set it(MSIA) on 100% and roll back to 150 :D
    BTW, on previous versions i can swith tabs with 150% scalling:nerd:
     
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    It is physically impossible to add more, more and more options to windows without resizing them or making them scrollable. A few more options have been added to video capture tab, new size is a minimum to fit it.
     
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    OK, I understand. Tahnks for updated beta!
     
  8. MagicAndre1981

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    thanks for the Update :)

    I have one thing which is a bit ugly when updating. Afterburner doesn't recognize it's old install folder and always tries to install to C:\Program Files (x86)\MSI Afterburner when I update Afterburner.
     
  9. solidsteel144

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    I see...
    Increasing the PowerTune percentage isn't really necessary when PowerPlay is disabled?
    or to rephrase that... power throttling (through the slider value) is disabled when PP is disabled? I think that can be done still through unofficial overclocking=2, right?
     
  10. Unwinder

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    There is no install path saving/restoring implemented inside the installer. It is not supposed to recognize that, the installer is designed that way.
     

  11. Unwinder

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    Yes, absolutely correct. PowerTune makes sense only in conjunction with PowerPlay.
     
  12. MagicAndre1981

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    Can you store the last install path, please?

    :angel::angel::angel::angel::angel::angel::angel:
     
  13. Unwinder

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    No promises on that, not a priority thing, sorry.
     
  14. dotslasher

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    I have this bug when using the unofficial overclocking mode with my 7970 where I can save the clocks to a profile but loading them defaults that profile to the lowest possible clocks.

    if I don't use the unofficial overclocking mode the max clocks (like in the CCC) stay when you load a profile.
     
  15. Unwinder

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    Slowly read unofficial overclocking EULA please.
     

  16. solidsteel144

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    Alternatively you can flash the BIOS to one that has a higher clock limit.
     
  17. dotslasher

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    what's the point of having this topic then?
     
  18. erm

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    @Unwinder
    Thanks again !
    Italian localization updated, check PM ! :)

    But I had a problem, I lost all underclocked and overclocked profiles I had created while the profile of the fan has remained unchanged ... is the first time this has happened since the updating the program...
    However no problem, I have recreated them :nerd::)
     
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    It has been stated over and over that unofficial overclocking isn't supported by the developers/sponsors.
    The point of this thread is for feedback on things that they DO support.
     
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    right, moving on then.
     

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