Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Application Development Forum' started by msi-afterburner, Oct 1, 2009.
How is the testing going?
Release soon? Or....
It will be released when it is done.
any guide for 1080 OC with the curve panel thing ?!
i'm not passing the 2065core clock
After restart it fixed itself. I guess it's happen rarely. Thx for info
This is suggestion , it might be helpful to have an indication of what profile is loaded and being used.
On the MSI system tray menu on profile part, have a check-mark next to one running.
On MSI GUI maybe a outlined box around the profile number which is in use.
Its minor thing, not needed so much with GUI is up but if minimized the tray profile indicator would help.
The RTSS and OSD work pretty well in a VM with RemoteFX GPU. That's cool.
I have a problem with AfterBurner... Sometimes it bugs out, the core clock and memory clock raise to 17678. The only overclock I do its core clock +135. It has changed by itself like two times now and given me problems. I am scared that it may damage my gpu. Any advice?
Read the Readme.pdf?
=> If it works, ok. If not, bad luck.
Not sure it's a bug or a misusage from me, so feel free to insult me if I was wrong to post this here
Afterburner is slowing down my graphics card, I'm not joking !!
I wanted to try to overclock my MSI GTX 970, so I naturally tried afterbruner.
Without it, I achieve 60 FPS in assasin's creed unity in high mode (1920*1200)
With it I have less than 30 FPS, now matter how much I push the cursors !!!
Intrigued by this result, I ran GPU-Z on my secondary screen and, without AB, the GPU is used at 100%. With AB, it's used only around 50% ?!
Can anyone explain me what I'm missing please ?
Did you set the frame rate limiter?
I noticed that i can't check on ''Apply overclocking at system startup'', is there a solution? Gtx 1070 Gainward Phoenix Golden Sample.
The problem is now solved and I have no idea how it was solved ??!!
By the way, what do you mean by frame rate limiter ? If you mean vsync, it's always been off. If you mean some setting AB, I have no idea where to find it but I'm sure I didn't touch it...
A setting in RTSS allows global or individual.exe profile frame limiter.
Solution is to read last version's release notes carefully.
I am not really following this, I always had all porfile edited and then locked (to migrate change of being altered).
Then use one for startup with applying "appy OC at startup", so now how do you use/run a locked profile at startup?
I guess the workaround would be to use 2d and 3d profile, if you have them locked.
You don't seem to understand the meaning if that option. It doesn't prevent you from applying a profile at windows startup. It is protecting statrup settings from sudden/unwanted modification while "Lock profiles" button is pressed.
Ok, for sure I am misunderstanding. I will read the manual again.
But from your above statement, I take it, its protecting the startup OC setting (profile) even though lock is not enabled.
PS: I have never had a issue with startup OC not working right, but i guess about yr ago or so set locked enabled thinking it might help prevent any issue , after I saw few reports from users having reported.
Edit: Duh, my bad I see what is happening, and yes i didn't fully understand or test it before posting, sorry.
Wrong. And I don't know what to add to the things I posted above.