Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Application Development Forum' started by msi-afterburner, Jun 10, 2014.
Someone who's well qualified to make such a statement.
Nice work with 3.0.1 ty!
So the new EVGA Precision X 15 5.0.0 came out today: http://www.evga.com/precision/
I've always wanted to do that...
Afterburner app and remote server have been able to do that for a long time...
Any plans on put back RT Hardware Log viewer to AB? It's kind of strange AB can create RT logs but not viewing them.
Yes, it is planned for v4.0.0 but it is not inside current beta yet
What about RTSS stealth mode for 64 bit apps, so it can be used alongside Sweetfx and RadeonPro? Do you plan to add this?
Hey i have a small issue with afterburner. I have flashed an unlocked bios for my GTX 780 Ti a while ago and i keep using the EVGA precision 4.2.1 to increase my voltage to 1.21v. However when i tried to use the MSI afterburner, the voltage option doesn't allow me to go beyond the standard +100mv and the voltage only goes to 1.125v ?! I have edited the Unofficial Overclcok in the MSI .cfg file but this doesn't let me increase the voltage in aftgerburner to 1.21v. SO in the end im stuck with EVGA precision 4.2.1 because it allows me to go to 1.21v though its overvoltage option. Can somebody just tell me which option i need to enable so i can move away from EVGA precision ? I would appreciate this. I have been combing though the internet forums but nobody has clear cut answer.
Go to settings and unlock the voltage control?
I'm fairly new to oc'ing gpu's and really new to MSI AB (I'm on your side UnWinder!! Kick their arses). :vader:
That's the first hing I tried. Apparently, Afterburner is locked for +100mv as per NV or MSI.
Hi Alex, and sorry if this has been asked before:
Is it anyhow possible to add monitoring data alongside fps counter?
It would be nice (imho) to have gpu usage right next to fps counter. I tried overriding group name to APP but obviously that didn't do the trick.
Regards and thanks as always.
14.X driver issues with msi AB and R9 290x
using the drivers 14.1 and newer, i have no control over my GPU's fans, i cannot set a fan curve and it does not read a fan %age at all, this is only with the newer drivers, using older 13.XX its works fine or if i uninstall them it works, im not sure if this is an issue with AB or if its AMDs drivers but if anyone knows a fix to this i would very much appreciate a respone with a fix. ( i have the msi twin frozr gamning 290x and i want to be using a custom fan curve becuase it hits 80C using heaven benchmark with my overclocks)
Is rtss mkv audio format somehow controllable?
Or is it designed by default to record @ 16bit/96khz?
Move gpu column above fps column? You will see it like you want, expect its 1 row higher in same column
Wild guess: It records at what every you have set your sound default format Windows audio control panel speaker properties. No idea if that's the case though since I don't use RTSS for anything at the moment.
Thanks for your suggestion TJ, I know that approach may be an aproximate solution, but my concern was to have it in the same row, not the same column.
Yes its not ideal, but at least dont need to look on top all the time.
Yeah that was my first thought too, I do have it set to 24/96, but dunno why its @ 16/96, will try default 24/48 to see how it goes :nerd:
Unwinder = msi-afterburner = Alex ?