Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Application Development Forum' started by msi-afterburner, Feb 21, 2012.
It is not fixed because it has never been reported before. Will fix it, thanks.
I'm getting a bug with this version with 2D/3D profiles on multiple GPU's. It keeps forcing 2D fan speeds on the 3D slot when I set both my GPU's 25%/Auto and then close it that changes to 25%/25% which is bad news for 3D gaming. Unlinking has no affect.
I'm having problems with the new build, after //XCL and then //RCL
My card(ref7970) is getting lower clocks than, if i hit reset botton ..strange
It's idling 300/150 now, before it was 500/150...but that's not the only problem,if we can even say it is
Is't lowering it's core clocks even in 3d in very low intervals, it's not on the limit OC or smth throttle related...tested several combinations, the same
Here is a Pic, is there any way to fix that abnormal behavior?
Only thinks changed in CFG after installing that build was those 2 settings:
UnofficialOverclockingEULA = 1
UnofficialOverclockingMode = 1
And //XCL command applyed :3eyes:
I'd like to see your profiles (contents of .\Profiles\VEN_.....cfg files).
See no problems besides classic PowerTune in action. Inclrease power limit to get rid of throttling. And please carefully read unofficial overclocking EULA which you had to type in into CFG instead of 1.
Thanks for your replay.
Where to increase it , in CCC Overdrive or AB ?
And is there any way to disable it ?
PowerTune interpolates clocks between PowerPlay levels when powel limit is reached. So you can "disable" PowerTune via disabling PowerPlay by setting unofficial overclocking mode to 2. But it will disable idle downclocking as well.
I have a issue with this beta 14 compared to the previous build i was running.
after installing 14 it erased all my profiles i had to start fresh lol but thats not the main issue, for some reason im not down clocking anymore to 2d speeds im constantly at 3d clocks and 3d voltages even when idle.
Old user with old issues There is big warning in bold font in Beta 12 thread, explicitly warning you about changed profiles format and telling that you need to recreate them.
I got a noob question, but here it go... If I don't change the config file, wich resolutions AB use as default to record video?
Look on the Video Capture tab. 1/2 frame size, optionally cropped to multiples of 16. Seems pretty much self-explanatory.
Smal note, cropping is no longer enabled by default.
I wasn't sure if the frame size in this case was about the resolution or something else related to FPS... I'm not familiarized with those expressions yet... :nerd:
Thanks. Noticed my mistake and added the term "optionally". On my machine it was still enabled from prior beta version (before it appeared in UI).
Like any option, it keeps previous versions' settings. Default state is disabled.
So, in easy terms, If I let by default, and 1/2... If I play at 1280x720 my video will be recorded at half 1280x720? Yah, I'm noob, =\. And If so, recording at 1\2 give more performance in comparison to original size?
I assume larger frame sizes can decrease performance.
You can use something like MediaInfo, or even your favorite video player to verify the resolution of captured video. In the case of 1280x720, 1/2 frame size is probably somewhere around 960x540.
1/2 is both width/2 and height/2
D'oh. I (we) should have read context help more clearly (by a factor of 4). I admit, I had disabled it.
Thanks guys... another question... MJPG is much less performance hit than uncompressed, right? I thinkv I've found a way to fix the problem with MJPG and Vegas, I'm investigating more to be sure...