MSI afterburner bug report & suggestion

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  1. JonasBeckman

    JonasBeckman Ancient Guru

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    Both should be linked to in the 6.7.0 beta thread near the last page or two, if you need to use 4.4.0 of Afterburner or 7.0.0 of Rivatuner the latest version is beta 6 for Afterburner and beta 18 for Rivatuner.

    This also has improved compatibility for Creator or Windows 10 RS 2 / Win10 1704 (April 2017) though I never encountered any issues with AB even with earlier builds of it and the OS itself but many others are running into problems thus I'm mentioning it since Microsoft pushed ISO's and what not out ahead of the public release of April 11th thus more people are now upgrading to said version of Windows 10 and possibly running into these compatibility problems. :)


    Probably should have some general notice about beta software usage and that but I can understand wanting full support for new GPU's in these types of software and no-one likes running into compatibility problems with a new OS version though still, it's still in development so keep that in mind.

    If it's for GPU support then you can also manually add in support for the 1080 Ti in existing versions but I'd make a mess of trying to explain this procedure properly and I don't have a Pascal series GPU myself though the alternative does exist but it's a little bit more advanced doing it this way.
    (Power use functionality, I'm just mentioning it as a alternative.)



    EDIT: And yes I know, I could direct to the search function but that would lead to posts about not finding it or downloading earlier versions or other things like that or I could give a more clear answer but that in turn leads to people expecting direct answers and thus more posts in that manner or how to best explain, I don't really know which is best though I'm just trying to be a bit helpful but I don't want to interfere with the ongoing beta of 4.4.0 and 7.0.0 (The growing discussion around EAC is already causing some off-topic concerns.) so perhaps try not to post too much in the topic for it which is unrelated to the ongoing beta at least. :)
    (Not trying to be rude or anything, I'm not trying to tell you what to do or not do as that's Unwinders call.)
     
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  2. Anach

    Anach Member

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    I assume you're replying to me? It's a bit difficult to know with a random post and no quote. I did read back 7 pages, and searched a lot for my specific error, and it returned no results. Either way, based on your post I decided to click the random links to other websites on the last page, and found a suggestion to update to the RTSS beta on Reddit, which I will try. I have no idea where to find the beta of AB, because I can't seem to find a sticky in this forum, or any info in the OP of this thread. I'll have a look around though.

    The problem with reading the last few posts, is the entire thread is full of bug reports and compatibility problems with various games and Win versions, which of course is the nature of the thread. For example, a post stating compatibility problems with a DX11 game is not something I'd tend to look at when searching for a d3d9 or .net error, or I'd have to investigate every single link in the 107 page thread, also the mentions of Windows versions by most the search results were non-specific, so I did't find anything that way either.

    Thanks for the advice however, and It will hopefully fix my problem after I locate the betas and reboot my system.
     
  3. RealNC

    RealNC Ancient Guru

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    The latest Beta is currently available on the front-page of Guru3D.
     
  4. ragesaq

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    Big thanks to everyone who works on afterburner and related products, I've enjoyed it for a time and recently came up with something pretty nifty that really shows off what it is capable of!
    I made a docker container (application virtualization) based on the free and excellent Linux components Grafana, Graphite and Collectd that are prepackaged to monitor a Windows system running afterburner+afterburner remote server with minimal effort.
    The github page with the instructions and downloads can be found here: https://github.com/ragesaq/gamergraf
    There is an online interactive example I also setup, creating using the native export feature of Grafana that you can check out here: https://snapshot.raintank.io/dashboard/snapshot/2t5C4T4wE77QIQHO1QmFc2dfXRj1zBlm

    While Afterburner+Remote Server do offer up a wealth of high resolution data, there are a few thing that Afterburner is missing that would be really neat to package in. CPU frequency, System RAM %util and GPU RAM %util seem to be easy grabs applicable pretty much across the board. Other stats like system fan speed, or other component temp monitoring would also be cool, but are definitely outside the scope of the Afterburner software.

    Thanks again for the great software!
     

  5. Andy_K

    Andy_K Master Guru

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    System RAM (RAM usage) and GPU Ram (Memory usage) an be found in the monitoring tab.
    All other values can be obtained using HWMonitor in conjunction with MSI-AB. HWMonitor can use the shared memory function of RTSS to inject its own labels+values to the OSD of RTSS.
     
  6. ragesaq

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    System RAM and GPU RAM are monitored in MB used, but as I mentioned, not in util %. Would be nice to have both. I have the % handled by another application (OpenHardwareMonitor) but I would prefer it to be handled by Afterburner+Remote Server because of the superior integration with collectd.
    This isn't an OSD, the raintank link I used above shows you the web-based dashboard with all the system data that Grafana and my package provides.
     
  7. dr_rus

    dr_rus Ancient Guru

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    I'm getting 120 fps in RTSS 7.0.0 beta 19 in Halo Wars: DE in Win10 1703 when running vsynced. Which is a bit weird considering that I have 60 Hz monitor =) Is it an issue with RTSS or it's MS being MS?
     
  8. klepp0906

    klepp0906 Master Guru

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    best i can tell (so far over a few days of troubleshooting) is 7.0 causes wow to either video freeze completely w/out error, or error w/ a memory can not be written exception.

    swap to 6.6 and the problems go away.

    could be due to creators update + 381 drivers from nvidia though unfortunately much has changed so only preliminary.

    Feeler if anyone else is having issues.

    Also noticed i need to set wow to None whereas before I could hook to it w/out issue. This goes for both versions though as of creators update/381 drivers.
     
  9. Justinsj5

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    Can't seem to open MSI Remote Server

    I can't access MSI Remote Server when I left click to find out what IP it is using nothing pops out. Can someone help?

    Here's the log:

    2017-04-27 20:42:43.424: Creating MARS Log File
    2017-04-27 20:42:43.424: localaddress: 192.168.1.8
    2017-04-27 20:42:43.424: port: 82
    2017-04-27 20:42:43.424: Checking Windows firewall for an exception for port: 82
    2017-04-27 20:42:43.456: Firewall exception for port number 82 already exists
    2017-04-27 20:43:18.818: System tray left click
    2017-04-27 20:43:18.818: Cannot access a disposed object.
    Object name: 'System.Net.HttpListener'.
    2017-04-27 20:43:18.818: at System.Net.HttpListener.CheckDisposed()
    at System.Net.HttpListener.get_Prefixes()
    at MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.MARSListener.GetPrefixes()
    at MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.notifyIcon_MouseClick(Object sender, MouseEventArgs e)
    2017-04-27 20:43:19.524: System tray left click
    2017-04-27 20:43:19.524: Cannot access a disposed object.
    Object name: 'System.Net.HttpListener'.
    2017-04-27 20:43:19.524: at System.Net.HttpListener.CheckDisposed()
    at System.Net.HttpListener.get_Prefixes()
    at MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.MARSListener.GetPrefixes()
    at MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.notifyIcon_MouseClick(Object sender, MouseEventArgs e)
    2017-04-27 20:43:19.875: System tray left click
    2017-04-27 20:43:19.875: Cannot access a disposed object.
    Object name: 'System.Net.HttpListener'.
    2017-04-27 20:43:19.875: at System.Net.HttpListener.CheckDisposed()
    at System.Net.HttpListener.get_Prefixes()
    at MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.MARSListener.GetPrefixes()
    at MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.notifyIcon_MouseClick(Object sender, MouseEventArgs e)
    2017-04-27 20:43:50.539: System tray left click
    2017-04-27 20:43:50.539: Cannot access a disposed object.
    Object name: 'System.Net.HttpListener'.
    2017-04-27 20:43:50.539: at System.Net.HttpListener.CheckDisposed()
    at System.Net.HttpListener.get_Prefixes()
    at MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.MARSListener.GetPrefixes()
    at MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.notifyIcon_MouseClick(Object sender, MouseEventArgs e)
    2017-04-27 20:43:51.407: System tray left click
    2017-04-27 20:43:51.407: Cannot access a disposed object.
    Object name: 'System.Net.HttpListener'.
    2017-04-27 20:43:51.407: at System.Net.HttpListener.CheckDisposed()
    at System.Net.HttpListener.get_Prefixes()
    at MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.MARSListener.GetPrefixes()
    at MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.notifyIcon_MouseClick(Object sender, MouseEventArgs e)
    2017-04-27 20:43:51.722: System tray left click
    2017-04-27 20:43:51.722: Cannot access a disposed object.
    Object name: 'System.Net.HttpListener'.
    2017-04-27 20:43:51.722: at System.Net.HttpListener.CheckDisposed()
    at System.Net.HttpListener.get_Prefixes()
    at MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.MARSListener.GetPrefixes()
    at MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.notifyIcon_MouseClick(Object sender, MouseEventArgs e)
    2017-04-27 20:43:52.038: System tray left click
    2017-04-27 20:43:52.038: Cannot access a disposed object.
    Object name: 'System.Net.HttpListener'.
    2017-04-27 20:43:52.038: at System.Net.HttpListener.CheckDisposed()
    at System.Net.HttpListener.get_Prefixes()
    at MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.MARSListener.GetPrefixes()
    at MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.notifyIcon_MouseClick(Object sender, MouseEventArgs e)
     
  10. Llangu

    Llangu New Member

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    I'm getting random BSOD (nvlddmkm.sys system_thread_exception_not_handled) using my new GTX1080Ti. I uninstalled MSI Afterburner 4.3 and it seems to work atm. Could that be the problem?
     

  11. khanmein

    khanmein Ancient Guru

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    For GTX 1080Ti. I suggest using the beta version

    MSI: AB 4.4.0 Beta 7
     
    Last edited: Apr 28, 2017
  12. Justinsj5

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    Can't open MSI Afterburner Remote Server

    After a power outage, I couldn't run my Remote Server anymore. I re-downloaded another one just to see if that works but it still the same problem. I can't seem to left click to find out what IP it's using so I can connect. In the log I keep seeing a "cannot access a disposed object" what does that mean?

    Here's the Log:

    2017-04-27 20:42:43.424: Creating MARS Log File
    2017-04-27 20:42:43.424: localaddress: 192.168.1.8
    2017-04-27 20:42:43.424: port: 82
    2017-04-27 20:42:43.424: Checking Windows firewall for an exception for port: 82
    2017-04-27 20:42:43.456: Firewall exception for port number 82 already exists
    2017-04-27 20:43:18.818: System tray left click
    2017-04-27 20:43:18.818: Cannot access a disposed object.
    Object name: 'System.Net.HttpListener'.
    2017-04-27 20:43:18.818: at System.Net.HttpListener.CheckDisposed()
    at System.Net.HttpListener.get_Prefixes()
    at MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.MARSListener.GetPrefixe s()
    at MSIAfterburnerRemoteServer.MSIAfterburnerRemoteSer ver.notifyIcon_MouseClick(Object sender, MouseEventArgs e)
    2017-04-27 20:43:19.524: System tray left click
    2017-04-27 20:43:19.524: Cannot access a disposed object.
     
  13. Llangu

    Llangu New Member

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    Ok, I'll check it out. Thanks!

    Edit: Link doesn't work.
     
    Last edited: Apr 28, 2017
  14. bombardier

    bombardier Master Guru

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    Thanks!
     

  16. Extraordinary

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    A suggestion for RTSS

    When adding an app/game to the application profiles list in order to exclude from OSD etc, it would be good to have a list of running processes to choose from, rather than having to manually find the program you want to exclude?

    For example I just installed a speedtest.net app from the windows store, instead of having to go through folder after folder to find the exe, it would have been great to have it already listed and just pick it from that list
     
  17. Andy_K

    Andy_K Master Guru

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    I asked for it on 03-23-2017 and unwinder already done it since RTSS 7.0.0 beta 14 is available:

    Pick latest public beta and you're set.
     
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  18. VAlbomb

    VAlbomb Member Guru

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    I don't know if this is a MSI AB bug or Nvidia driver bug (381.89), but using MSI Afterburner recording feature with Nvidia NVENC encoder in a game that has AntiAliasing seeting set to"override" in the Nvidia Control Panel tanks performance once recording or pre-recording starts. "enhanced" or "application-controlled" works fine and the problem only shows when using "override"
    Easy to test with any DirectX9 game that has native AA support and set AA to override.


    Also another unrelated issue, from time to time the EncoderServer32 or 64bit crashes(?) and starts using an exaggerated amount of CPU, normally with my 4690K@4.6Ghz it averages 10% usage at 1080p60 NVENCbut once it crashes(?) it jumps to 25%, the spinning overlay icon or the "buff" text still show like it's working but nothing get saved when using the hot-keys and only a PC reset can fix it, probably a driver issue?
     
  19. BuildeR2

    BuildeR2 Ancient Guru

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    I think it already does this. Try holding CTRL and then click on the "Add" button. That is what I do and it works perfectly.
     
  20. Andy_K

    Andy_K Master Guru

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    an hour late and wrong key. ;)
    As I quoted above, you have to hold the Shift-key to add it to the exclusion list directly. If you hold CTRL you just add an profile, but you have to set it to detection level none manually. With Shift-key it is done in one step.
     
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