Rainmeter plugin for MSI Afterburner

Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Application Development Forum' started by stangowner, Apr 12, 2010.

  1. DanielP97M

    DanielP97M Guest

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    Hello, Im new to rainmeter and was trying to setup GPU measures from HOXY 2 but the only information Im able to access is GPUDescriptor=DisplayName. Any help is appreciated, thanks.
     
    Last edited: Jan 27, 2020
  2. ronzino

    ronzino Guest

    The link on the very first post are expired. can please someone reshare ? thanks
     
  3. stangowner

    stangowner Guest

    Sorry, hit a speed bump with my DNS provider. It should be resolved in about an hour.
     
  4. SaiBork

    SaiBork Master Guru

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    Just gotta say thanks for this, this makes rainmeter so much more interesting. I can finally create a nicer looking display than that mess of everything in one screen and close to each other of MSI Afterburner itself :D
     

  5. han420

    han420 Guest

    None of the links are working.
     
  6. leripe

    leripe Guest

    The links in the first post work but you have to right click on them and choose save link in Chrome and then choose Keep on the dll file and ignore the warning.

    You can also get the DLL file and have it installed in the right directory if you install it with this: https://www.deviantart.com/counter-countdown-ip/art/Mii-System-Skin-ii-Remodified-v2-2-1-664852204 rmskin file/installer.

    The right location is not in the Program Files.

    Some or all of these are the right location for the DLL file:
    C:\Users\"youruseraccount"\AppData\Roaming\Rainmeter\Plugins\MSIAfterburner.dll
    C:\Users\"youruseraccount"\Documents\Rainmeter\Skins\@Vault\Plugins\MSIAfterburner\1, 2, 0, 0\32bit\MSIAfterburner.dll
    C:\Users\"youruseraccount"\Documents\Rainmeter\Skins\@Vault\Plugins\MSIAfterburner\1, 2, 0, 0\64bit\MSIAfterburner.dll
    C:\Users\"youruseraccount"\Documents\Rainmeter\Skins\@Vault\Plugins\MSIAfterburner\2, 0, 0, 0\x32\MSIAfterburner.dll
    C:\Users\"youruseraccount"\Documents\Rainmeter\Skins\@Vault\Plugins\MSIAfterburner\2, 0, 0, 0\x64\MSIAfterburner.dll

    I registered here just to help others since I struggled with this for a quite a awhile.
     
  7. hey... my man... can ya make the links clickable??
     
  8. jonnysonny

    jonnysonny New Member

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  9. ElySway

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    Thank you for your information but it does not work for me I have a problem with the "Measure.Memory_Clock" and the "Measure.Fan_Speed", PCI link is good. I did everything you wrote in your post.



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  10. wiknew1

    wiknew1 Guest

    Why isn't there a proper documentation for this plugin?
     

  11. Yincognito

    Yincognito Member

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    Hi, Nick, quick question: does the plugin support dynamic variables?

    I'm trying to make the GPUs info "scrollable", have the DynamicVariables=1 line in the right places, but it appears not to switch to querying the GPU I'm scrolling on, even though the #Index# variable is changing properly (I have two GPUs on my laptop, one integrated and one discrete, thus I can notice if it works):
    Code:
    [Variables]
    MaxIndex=4
    Index=0
    
    [Rainmeter]
    Update=1000
    AccurateText=1
    DynamicWindowSize=1
    
    ---Measures---
    
    [Value]
    Measure=Plugin
    Plugin=MSIAfterburner.dll
    GPU=#Index#
    SourceId=48
    DynamicVariables=1
    
    ---Meters---
    
    [Result]
    Meter=String
    FontFace=Consolas
    FontColor=255,255,255,255
    SolidColor=0,0,0,128
    Padding=5,5,5,5
    FontSize=16
    AntiAlias=1
    MeasureName=Value
    Text=GPU#Index# Usage: %1%
    MouseScrollUpAction=[!SetVariable Index ((#MaxIndex#+#Index#-1)%#MaxIndex#)][!UpdateMeasure Value][!UpdateMeter *][!Redraw]
    MouseScrollDownAction=[!SetVariable Index ((#MaxIndex#+#Index#+1)%#MaxIndex#)][!UpdateMeasure Value][!UpdateMeter *][!Redraw]
    DynamicVariables=1
    Obviously, hardcoding the value of the GPU option in the measure works just fine otherwise.

    If the plugin doesn't (yet) support dynamic variables, would you be willing to update it to do that?
     

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