MSI Afterburner v4.6.0 beta 10 (Pascal Support, Extended Sliders, more..)

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  1. xcr89

    xcr89 New Member

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    Thanks!

    i had some problem with the new version "EVGA X1" it dropped all my speeds literally underclocked the graphic card, didnt respond on scan like a couple times until i manually cancelled it when nothing was happening then suddenly it started working, but it worked it's way up from a underclocked state i ran it a second time i got same curve. My 1080ti founders edition is sitting steady at idle 1544mhz GPU, little workload it jumps a little higher etc and at full load steady 1924-1949mhz GPU and 1050mV, my temps havent passed 75 °C yet and i have ultra graphics in overwatch for example no stutter, butter smooth and sitting at 1924-1949 1050mV steady all the time without drops. I think i even saw at one point going to like 1960 something but oh man this scanner feature seriously seem to be really good at doing it's job atleast for a newbie like me.

    Imagine putting a better cpu cooler on this my temps would probably drop even further i dont know if this would help the oc scanner in some way.

    I havent ran any stresstest obviously yet i will do later when i have time.

    scan: score +146 passed
    test: score 90

    Here is a image of what values where tested etc and what temps where reached during it, to bad it doesnt record the mV, powerdraw at different points.

    [img=http://m.uploadedit.com/bbtc/1546081323230.gif]
     
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  2. Robbo9999

    Robbo9999 Maha Guru

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    I just tried the OC Scanner of EVGA X1 vs the OC Scanner of MSI Afterburner on my GTX 1070. I got pretty much the same results on both in terms of effect on the V/F curve, both gave about +62Mhz at the lower voltage ranges and +33Mhz at the high voltage ranges. My stable max manual overclock is a straight +100Mhz across the whole curve, and during gaming the GPU is always in the upper voltage ranges (1.05V), so the automated scanner is 'only' giving me about 30% of my max stable overclock offset - in terms of real world frequencies during gaming this is 1987Mhz vs 2050Mhz.
     
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  3. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    Seriously, what's a point in bringing this discussion here again if I've already commented your post with exactly the same wrong claim in TPU forum in details just a few days before?
    Those who claim that MSI AB is giving you better OC scanning than the rest tools are wrong and misunderstanding the basics. Those who claim that EPX1 is giving you better OC scanning than the rest tools are wrong and misunderstanding the basics. Those who claim that ASUS GPU Tweak is giving you better OC scanning than the rest tools are wrong and misunderstanding the basics. NVIDIA scanner is not a third party software technology, it is core NVIDIA API. In any case overclocking tool is just a GUI frontend for it, representing different GUI ways of pressing "Scan" or "Test" buttons and different ways of showing you OC scanner's final report. In ANY case stress-testing is done by NVIDIA's proprietary gpu_stressor application. No need to continue it please, I'd better spend New Year time with my family instead of commenting those endless false claims related to product. Thanks. No more this topic in this thread please, further discussions will be removed.
     
  4. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    If you're having spontaneous stability issues and freezes during scanning on selected GPU sample, you'll have it with ANY tool. No need to continue please.
     
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  5. HeavyHemi

    HeavyHemi Ancient Guru

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    I was just pondering the possibility that having a 980 Ti as a PhysX GPU might somehow be affecting the ability to run the scan. I'm a bit confused on what the topic of the thread is. My issue isn't caused by Afterburner. But is this thread about AB or the scanner? Ha ha. ;) Thought I am sure it does get very tiring having your software blamed for issues caused by other software/drivers/apps/etc etc... PEBKAC
     
  6. disq

    disq Active Member

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    Getting this error

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    I have these vc runtimes installed

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  7. HeavyHemi

    HeavyHemi Ancient Guru

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    Called it. I just removed the 980 Ti and the scanner starts just fine. Now I can spend several hours rerunning benches to see if having the 980 Ti installed had any detrimental impact on 3D benchmarks... just for the sake of science...I doubt it. My bench runs are always right up there....It's been almost a decade with just one GPU in a system...I hope it doesn't get lonely....;)

    I'll have to see if this is stable. It wants to set the curve at where it boosts to 2100 at 1.050. It doesn't mess around.

    22:05:50 GPU1 : VEN_10DE&DEV_1B06&SUBSYS_63903842&REV_A1&BUS_1&DEV_0&FN_0
    22:05:50 Memory clock +0MHz
    22:05:50 Overvoltage 100%
    22:05:50 Power limit 120%
    22:05:50 Thermal limit 90 °C
    22:05:50 Fan speed 1 Auto
    22:05:50 Start scanning, please wait a few minutes
    22:05:51 Scanning point 1 of 4
    22:12:28 Scanning point 2 of 4
    22:19:08 Scanning point 3 of 4
    22:26:42 Scanning point 4 of 4
    22:34:36 Scan succeeded, average overclock is 188MHz
    22:34:36 Dominant limiters
    22:34:36 No load
    22:34:37 Overclocked curve exported to MSI Afterburner
    22:52:18 GPU1 : VEN_10DE&DEV_1B06&SUBSYS_63903842&REV_A1&BUS_1&DEV_0&FN_0
    22:52:18 Core clock +201MHz
    22:52:18 Start testing, please wait a few minutes
    22:57:26 Test completed, confidence level is 90%
     
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  8. amit

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    Here is mine. Just uploading if its helpful in development.
    Card is ASUS ROG Strix 1080Ti, watercoooled.

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  9. Dollo73

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    Same problem here.
    Windows 10 64bit updated and last Nvidia hotfix installed.
    Let me know if you found a solution....founded.

    Create a "NVSMI" directory on
    C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation
    Like this..
    C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\NVSMI
    And then copy on it the nvml.dll taken from the \Windows\System32
    Fin.
     
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  10. Khronikos

    Khronikos Master Guru

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    I did notice the core frequency gets boosted in intervals, so for me I can't really get to the 2000 mark anyway. Like I said I just leave it on 10. I don't need anything else. I was just testing for stability.

    I have I think +10 on voltage. I can try +13 on core.
     

  11. Robbo9999

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    (Also I think +10 on voltage doesn't do anything, last time I tested only 25% increments of voltage made any difference, if I recall correctly).
     
  12. xcr89

    xcr89 New Member

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    Is it possible to add a import and export function to "custom voltage curve" for future releases?
     
  13. disq

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    Thanks, working fine here too.

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  14. Mars73

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    I did set +78 after it and it worked.
    So I ran OC Scanner again and this time it came with a +70 and the game also ran (for a longer period), so not sure why it didn't work the first time.
    Might have been the game itself, though never had it before.
     
  15. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    Please read the posts above, it is plain wrong approach and you should never use scanner this way.
     

  16. dtoxic47

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    hi all, is there a Skin for afterburner that's a little less flashy? something more like classic windows theme maybe?
     
  17. ultraex2003

    ultraex2003 Member Guru

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    one more run but with
    overvoltage 100%
    powerlimit 116%
    2 x fan 100%(3300 RPM)
    drivers 417.58
    +168

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  18. Mars73

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    Oh I only set it to +78 for test, for the scanner I used the curve as it had found (just as the post/screenshot here above), no alteration from me.
    Thanks for the heads up anyway.
     
  19. jura11

    jura11 Ancient Guru

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    Hi @Unwinder

    I can only confirm that, in my case scanning will freeze PC and result in black screen and this will happen like with MSI Afterburner or EVGA one

    Not sure if its down to multiple GPUs 4 in total (I have RTX 2080Ti and 1*GTX1080Ti and 2*GTX1080) ,did tried with single RTX 2080Ti on Asus Maximus X Formula and 8700k and scanner did work

    Anyway mate, you are done great job on this and really appreciated for yours work on this there

    Hope this helps

    Thanks, Jura
     
  20. HeavyHemi

    HeavyHemi Ancient Guru

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    I'm not sure why you're addressing this to Unwinder. It has nothing to do with him as he's tried to make clear repeatedly.
     

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