Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Application Development Forum' started by Olvik, Nov 15, 2011.
When is the final version ...?
LOL You scared me! ;P
It was not my intention and it is not a complaint, but I think we have long been in beta since February.
As we all know is an essential utility for our graphics cards.
Please FINAL version 2.2.0 ...
I don't care if it stays in beta forever - and the program continues to grow and improve at regular intervals.
Afterburner is terrific, and free. I'm just glad it still is being developed.
Perfect, but not shocking that at this rate we can get to the beta 10, 11, 12, 13, is not it ...?
This software is always undergoing development, so I don't even know why it's labeled as a beta.
Exactly, that is, it seems that the beta label it is not a complete software, but it works perfet.
I do not intend to disturb anyone, quite the opposite, I appreciate the effort to be continually reviewed, but I want to know that soon we will have a version without the beta label.
I guess final can be expected in the end of 2011, I plan to release one more beta till that time.
Thanks for the update
I guess we did not have any new cards that it would need a new version.
will the newer 560 ti with 448 pipes need a update for folks getting that card in a few weeks?
ok i'll take that as i will need a newer version
Okay, so what happens when Beta 8 expires?
Please Unwinder, are these expiring dates really necessary on all the betas? Why not just let poeple have the choise what they want to use, some have all the settings just as they want it and dont want risc it just for an update sake? Im very happy you do serious support for us with many things, and once more im very grateful. But please remove the expiration dates from beta versions, or something
I totally agree.
Stop that please. Yes, it is absolutely necessary and no, it will never be removed. It is not discussable, the only thing I can offer is NOT releasing beta to public like it is happening with EVGA Precision, so you see just official releases much much less frequently. It is up to you to choose, either time limited betas or NO public betas at all.
and they thought they had something to whine about before...
Thank you MSI and Unwinder for the continued Afterburner updates and support. This hasn't been stated enough.
So a warning comes up stating when the beta expires. When was the last time a beta expired and there was no new beta version available?