MSI Afterburner 3.0.0 Beta 16(2013-10-25)

Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Overclock Application Discussion' started by msi-afterburner, Oct 25, 2013.

  1. Krteq

    Krteq Master Guru

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    Great news! Thx for the info Alexey
     
  2. burebista

    burebista Ancient Guru

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    Great news indeed and many thanks to MSI and Alex of course. :thumbup:
     
  3. cowie

    cowie Ancient Guru

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    Ok you guys read it here Alex is working on x64 ab! :thumbup:
     
  4. 3dPlayer

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    In mid December, that's a lot...

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  5. famich

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    so, basically the command should look something like this :

    MSIAfterburner.exe /wi4,30,8d,10 /ai4,30,38,7f ? forth

    MSIAfterburner.exe /wi4,30,8d,0 /oi4,30,38,80 ? back ?

    :)
     
  6. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    Yes, if you have single GPU system
     
  7. elbubi

    elbubi Member Guru

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    Thanks for the good news Alex!

    Good work on the new task!
     
  8. BenYeeHua

    BenYeeHua Ancient Guru

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    Wow, that's good news.

    Thanks, Alex and MSI. :)
     
  9. Falkentyne

    Falkentyne Master Guru

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    Definitely DON'T use that command if you are not on subzero cooling. On air cooling, your card will rise in heat rather fast and very quickly start gaining 5C a *second* until it goes from 90C to 100C and instant black screen. Didn't even have a chance to check GPU-Z for the voltage readout (should've logged it but not trying it again).

    VDROOP REMOVAL IS NOT to be used on ANY sort of air cooling. It's there for a REASON. If your card has a 1.21v VID, that's like if you were putting 1.35v into it when you factor in the amount of vdroop.

    (funny though, after I powered off and restarted and went to my 1100/1400 setting at stock volts and ran Valley, my temps somehow dropped 3C from last night (and it was 1 degree (Fahrenheit) warmer in my room tonight. Maybe the chip got so hot that the thermal paste resettled...but it got so hot it didn't even have time to throttle before the safety shutdown.

    BE WARNED.
     
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  10. harkinsteven

    harkinsteven Ancient Guru

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    Alexey maybe this is a good opportunity for D3DOverrider to be updated and built into afterburner software ? :p
     

  11. Unwinder

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    There are no plans on this, sorry. Btw, of course it won't get x64 support, but old should work fine with Win8 as it shares the same unique self-configurable hooking system as RTSS which doesn't need the tool to be updated to hook in DirectX runtimes of newer OS versions. So it is enough to get clean install of D3DOverrider (or manually delete .\Profiles\Config file if you keep copy of D3DOverrider from old OS) on Win8 to get it working.
    Anyway, it is offtopic in this thread so I'd like to avoid discussing its configuration issues here, sorry. And thanks for understanding.
     
  12. Ziver

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    Anyone know, what is my problem ?
     
  13. famich

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    Yes, a single R9 290x . Thanks .
     
  14. Warl0rd

    Warl0rd Member Guru

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    Great news :)

    Good work! :pc1:
     
  15. kcuestag

    kcuestag Master Guru

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    Great news.

    Does this mean 290X Voltage support will not be released in the mean time?

    If so, I am still happy, that's a nice trade-off, would rather have 64-bit support. :)
     

  16. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    Of course no, beta 17 with 290 voltage support was submitted to MSI couple days ago. So it will be released soon.
     
  17. kcuestag

    kcuestag Master Guru

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    I see, you mentioned it had same voltage regulator as 290X, right?

    Great news, thank you very much for your work, even if my 290X had no voltage support directly from AB's interface any time soon, I'd still be happy after reading about 64-bit support. :)
     
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    Thanks, Unwinder, looking forward to beta 17 and my apologies 1 more
     
  19. DStealth

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    Hi Alex,
    Any info regarding b17 or further release about 780Ti, specially NCP4206 support :)
     
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  20. Unwinder

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    B17 doesn't contain any changes besides 290(X) voltage control.
     

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