Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Application Development Forum' started by Unwinder, Apr 9, 2015.
Sorry, beta team consists of forum veterans only.
So you're unwilling to consider users based on their technical qualifications?
More likely to be knowing they will not hit & run, upload it somewhere, share it everywhere
Definitely will get the required feedback
And as you've shown, butt hurt attitude is not wanted
And previous problems with 1 post whiners which caused this in the first place, we used to have open betas
Moronic attitude is not exactly a win either.
Can't wait for the release! The added features are much appreciated.
Hadn't really seen anything mentioned... any fixes for video capture with the Intel Quicksync or NVENC plugins?
It seems the last update broke it... any video I attempt to record with either plugin just gives me a black screen.
Zero changes in RTSS. Use search please.
I'm willing to test it privately with people I've seen in action here, during a few years, sorry.
MSI is preparing 4.1.1 for release on their servers, ETA is 26.05.2015
Hadn't have time to test the last betas (been a father recently), but I'll definetly try this new stable release.
Kind regards and thanks for your work/time.
Downloaded and now VC stability testing..
Version 4.1.1 (7625)
Can't find it in MSI servers... is already online ?
Post a link if you have it, please.
It still says Afterburner 4.1.0 on the MSI servers. I wonder how you got the download for it...
Either I misunderstood the changelog, or it does not work.
You get max 12mv+?
Maybe its win10 driver limitation, I see you use 352.84 driver :nerd:
Well my cut-down GK110B chip can go max 62mv, even by stock MSI, but driver locks it to 25mv or 1.187v.
Now with 4.1.1 it should be possible to use 1.20v, bios hardlock is max 1.215v.
But Idk yet, msi auto update didn't find anything.
still 4.1.0 on the usa servers I will try later
Does anyone have the direct link to MSI AfterBurner 4.1.1 for the guys that have managed to download it? I go on the MSI website and its still 4.1.0. I've been searching for about 1/2 an hour and I can't find it.
I don't see TITAN BLACK listed in the text you quote. I doubt that you do. And please invest a few minutes into reading thread from start, post #4.
The 690 unlock allows you to go up too 1.3v max I would have thought. It just saves the need for a modded bios. This should allow around 1200 MHz on the core. Any higher and you need the hex conversion.
Important note on this feature:
We'll open special thread with link to custom database, detailed database format and instructions for those who want to assist adding custom design non-MSI cards to it. You cannot try this feature without having additional database installed on your PC.