Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Overclock Application Discussion' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Dec 7, 2015.
Look in the installation folder .\SDK\DOC
You'll find a PDF how to localize.
I know because the current french translation is from me ^^
Please peek into PDF referred by Andy_K. It explains you how to find new/changed strings for translation between the versions.
Private beta-testing of RTSS 6.5.0 with DX12 OSD support just started.
can i get in the beta testing ?!
Beta testing is private and I select testers myself from experienced forum veterans.
any chance of adding a OSD line that displays the GPU Bios name in RT ?? like AsusStrix1080.rom ..etc
I must say that I really love the fact that Afterburner supports Logitech keyboard LCD. It's a perfect place for all that info.
Is Vulkan support coming? Also, would it be possible to include UWP support sometime along the line?
Vulkan is planned for future but it won't be available in this version. UWP support is not planned.
When I tested Vulcan nvidia chopper demo and fish tank it showed OSD, but showed as openGL by both, although I ran both tests in windowed mode, does that make a difference?
EDIT: ok sorry my bad, just tried Doom @ Vulcan and it doesn't show up..
Fantastic news Unwider, I just noticed that there is no OSD in the new Time Spy DX12 benchmark.
The current beta version for the Nvidia 1070 and 1080 GPU's only contains MSI Afterburner itself (Version 4.3.0 beta #4 I believe.) whereas that functionality is part of the secondary RTSS (Riva Tuner Statistics Server.) functionality and from a post a bit up in this thread by Unwinder a new version of that program (6.5.0) just entered beta with a closed group of testers.
If all goes well then hopefully the next release of Afterburner will have the updated RTSS too which should allow for this first version of monitoring for the DirectX 12 API.
(And I guess since Unwinder recently got a 480 GPU the updated Afterburner component will have support for that as well which might help overclocking it further unless it's totally hardware or power limited, probably better results with the non-reference 8-pin models in that regard, I guess.)
EDIT: I probably misunderstood your post, my mistake.
Since FRAPS doesn't work under Vulkan and there is no easy way to benchmark Vulkan games, would it be possible to add a hotkey to start/stop logging and a possibility to "stop logging after xxx seconds" as FRAPS do?
I share the same thinking.
I did benchmark ROTR with your tool, but was a little harsh to leave the game and stop on the application the logging,
A Hotkey would be awesome
Save as File.
open the .mhl logfile, edit out all the things you don't want. Voilà you got all the raw values you want.
I know that, but would be so much more easier with an hotkey.
I know there is priorities right now with the RTSS and MSI AB, but it seems an easy thing to implement later on...
Since there aren't free alternatives out there for registing DX12 framerate.
And dispite the overlay don't work under DX12, the MSI AB still can monitor the fps
Can I frame limit DX12 (Vulkan would be nice too but DX12 will do for now)?
Ok I will.
Does the beta contains more strings to translate ?
The DOC says to find the delta against the russian version that is always up to date and run this command:
EVGAPrecision.exe /CL RUS
The thing is that EVGAPrecision.exe is not part of msi afterburner release.
Is the doc outdated ? Shall I use another exe or download evgaprecision ?
This is based on the doc found in this release
probably, if there are changes or new features displayed in the GUI.
Reading and understanding are two separate actions. Be sure to execute both.
How about to execute that command with the program you want to translate?
MSIAfterburner.exe /CL RUS
And if you want to translate some strings found in the RTSS GUI, obviously you should execute it with RTSS.exe as well...