MSI Afterburner 4.4.0 Beta 11 gets OSD hardware monitoring graphs

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. BD2015

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    turdpost

    Not sure I'd use that, but it's nice to see there is an option for it.

    Also - Guru3D.com at 99%. Nice to see a game like BF1 utilizing this particular resource so well.:pc1:
     
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    Thanks Unwinder, you rock sir!
     
  4. Turanis

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    Yeah,thanks for this new version. :)
     

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    Nice software. However, I have given up on overclocking or under clocking my R9 Fury cards, it was just to much of a hassle. They run fine on their own as they are anyways.
     
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    Thanks Unwinder, love that riva tuner, afterburner keeps moving forward.
     
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    Meanwhile, Windows 10 is getting GPU usage monitor in task manager. How quaint. Unwinder, showing M$hit how it's done since the stone age.
     
  8. ManofGod

    ManofGod Maha Guru

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    Why would you start up Afterburner and all it's stuff if all you need is a quick look. The nice thing about the Task Manager stuff is will probably show you what program is using you GPU, if that is something you need to know.
     
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    Great feature to have for benchmarking and specially to see frame times.
     
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    It is great and must use. I personally enabled graph only for frametimes to be honest that's the most important part for seeking smoothness. But it's not ultimately complete program for me. I don't want to use HWiNFO combined with RTSS. I wish AB was not so racist against AMD or older systems in general. :(
     

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    This is fantastic, I've been hoping for a feature like this for a while!
    Already have a small 1024x768 monitor I had from years ago dedicated to the hardware monitor window :p Great stuff when you're benchmarking or tweaking graphics quality to get a good consistent framerate. The frametime graph is really handy though, gives a good visual representation of stutters and hitches so it'll be nice to have that overlaid like the digital foundry framerate benchmark videos.
     
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    Looking nice.
     
  13. X7007

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    nice , finally graphs that you can see live without Alt+Tab
     
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    Process Explorer shows GPU usage since before Christ...
     
  15. CrazY_Milojko

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    Thank for this and for every other old and new feature in MSI AB! There is no better OC tool out there, with every new MSI AB & RTSS build Unwinder is hamering the competition GPU OC tools, always at least three steps ahead. Best of all it's free!
     

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    This is good. This is very very good.
     
  17. Cave Waverider

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    Great stuff, @Unwinder, thank you very much!

    I really like that we can finally display CPU clocks and even for each core separately.

    Now if we only could assign three-keystroke-Hotkeys for overlay on/off, screenshots, etc. (for example CTRL+Shift+S, CTRL+Shift+F), I'd be really happy.
     
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    Thank you Unwinder, fantastic work.
     
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    I download beta 10 because 4.4 11 didnt work on my system. Beta 4.4 10 ran but fan curve didnt work I looked at my gpu temp it was 82c my jaw dropped WTF. Im still a bit shaken up from it. reinstalled 4.3
     
  20. Unwinder

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    There are no changes in fan control implementation between 4.3.0 and 4.4.0. You did nothing with a downgrade.
     
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