Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Overclock Application Discussion' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Dec 22, 2014.
Yey, FC4 for a couple hours, OC'd with this new AB build, no crashing at all
That's better, thanks HH
Loving the new look, gives it a real sense of power
Looks great!, thanks Unwinder
Merry Christmas from Cottonwood Arizona, USA...
Thanks as well.
how to change view of hardware monitor?
Great, thank you.
Select Monitoring (in preferences) and set graph columns to 3 or 4 and you will have that number of charts.
thank you very much
beautiful piece of work......i very much hope msi paid you well for this and honestly amd and nvidia should be paying you as well, since all there cards can use this......very much improved over last version...thanks
Hey Unwinder, I do have a question for you, or anyone for that matter. How come in Afterburner my max voltage is 1.18v on this MSI Gaming 780 ti, but with Precision X, it will go to 1.21v on the same card? I believe this card is using the NCP4206 voltage controller. I'll gladly take the 39 MHz hit on the core clock to use Afterburner because of the better functionality. I was just curious as to why one app give it more voltage than the other. :nerd:
I'd really like to avoid "I need more voltage" related discussions, sorry. Search can give you more than detailed answer.
Far Cry 4 will not load for me with this version of AB.
Look like it is time for sharing to other users, thank you for this product and skins.
Cannot confirm that, sorry. It was stress-tested with FC4 during development and it is working fine with FC4 right now. Search for conflicting OSD software on your side, it is up to you to resolve it.
Can confirm FC4 runs perfectly with this version of AB and my specs
Try changing the application detection level to low in RTSS and see if the game will load.
FC4 works fine here with OSD enabled .
well, the design feels very dated. like pre 2k winamp skins. however I welcome all new stuff, hope somebody with a design know how can put some time to make a new clean UI.