RTSS 6.7.0 beta 1

Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Overclock Application Discussion' started by Unwinder, Feb 20, 2017.

  1. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    [offtopic mode]
    Cannot count how many "polite" words from AMD fanboys I've seen in AMD drivers threads last months because of that issue. Quote from Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.6.1 release notes:

    Fixed Issues
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    Adjusting memory clocks in some third party overclocking applications may cause a hang on Radeon R9 390 Series products.

    I'd love to see the comments from those who claimed to have insider info from AMD on the nature of this issue and insisted that third party devs are just lazy to update their bugged OC tools to be compatible with perfect AMD driver. Hehe.
    [/offtopic mode]

    Back to the topic, new beta of RTSS with more new cool OSD customization features is on the way and expected within a week or so.
     
  2. kx11

    kx11 Ancient Guru

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    looking forward to it
     
  3. Enclose

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    ****. so i have to wait until 7.0.0 is out of beta. thanks anway :/
     
  4. Unwinder

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    Wrong. You don't have to wait until 7.0.0 is out of beta. You have to wait until this game anticheat whitelist is updated.
     

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    Really liking the OSD zoom function. Would be nice to have hotkey function to zoom/unzoom OSD size without alt-tabbing out and configuring in RTSS? Sometimes I am experimenting with higher resolutions in-game and OSD can be either too large or too small. Unless the function already exists and I can't find the setting?
     
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    Mr. Unwinder sorry bothering you. I would like to ask tour opinion. Even with unlocked voltage and temperatures under 70 degrees, my 390X cannot be oc'ed without crash or artifacts. MSI support told me that AB was the only thing i can do. So what? I have the shi**iest 390X in history? Only stock clocks forced?

    As you are programmer of AB, this behavior of my GPU isn't eligible for RMA?
     
  7. JonasBeckman

    JonasBeckman Ancient Guru

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    No idea what the exact model your 390X GPU is but after a quick search those results in your specs look to be pretty good if it's a stock GPU.

    Each GPU will have different results too so even with with voltage increases (Not just the threshold thing for max power draw.) that might be the cap for this particular one, it's not just down to temperature. :)
    (A few people managed 1600 for RAM but pushing up the voltage seems to really increase the temperature too.)
     
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  8. Unwinder

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    New RTSS beta is expected on Monday. In addition to recently added text formatting tags we've got one more cool feature now: you can display a hypertext instead of plain text info now and embed objects like graphs and so on into OSD. The feature is freely available to any third party application using RTSS to render OSD (e.g. AIDA, HwInfo etc) so you can expect similar history graphs in those applications in nearest future. The OSD in this video is rendered by open source RTSSharedMemorySample application included in RTSS SDK, so you can easily examine the source and learn how to do the same from your own application:

     
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    Cooooool!!! :)
     
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    Very cool indeed!
     

  11. LocoDiceGR

    LocoDiceGR Master Guru

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    Thats nice!
     
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    Hi guys, i have an issue with the beta.
    The palette only works for the statistics related to the gpu, but framerate and other things are in a separate color.
    Any idea on how i can fix that?
    Because i can't see a thing now :/
     
  13. Unwinder

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    Framerate and frametime are defined to be rendered in a separate color in modern layout. You can switch to modern mono layout or edit modern layout to change that.
     
  14. Unwinder

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    New RTSS 7.0.0 beta 24 is available:

    http://office.guru3d.com/afterburner/RTSSSetup700Beta24.rar

    - Added embedded objects support, now OSD client applications can easily embed graphs into OSD hypertext. New MSI AB version will be required to get graphs displayed in AB OSD, for now you can play with open source RTSSSharedMemorySample (included in RTSS SDK subfolder). The sample demonstrates per-core CPU usage history graphs, RAM usage history graph and instantaneous framerate and frametime graphs in OSD. I hope that this feature will also get supported in third party RTSS clients like AIDA and HwInfo soon. I've already published short demo video teasing embedded graphs usage.
    - Raster font texture now includes a set of pre-resized fonts, so 100%, 80%, 50% and 40% fonts are stored in the same texture now instead of just 100% size before. It means that now you can resize OSD text to those scaling ratios without loosing text quality and without negative effects like blurring caused by shrinking default 100% font to that size on the fly. So subscript/superscript text rendered by modern OSD layouts should be rendered in better quality (sharper) now.
    - Optimized Direct3D state changes in situations where multiple batches of primitives are rendered in On-Screen Display (e.g. when rendering the text and FCAT overlay simultaneously, text with filled background, text with graphs etc). That's not something that you can notice in real world benchmarks, because state changes do not eat that much CPU time, but that's something you can notice when you're running some artificial tests with 2000+ FPS values. All Direct3D OSD renderers are affected by this change, so please report if you notice any abnormalities in OSD comparing to the previous 7.0.0 betas.
    - Built-in frametime history graph size is specified in chars (32 chars x 4 chars) instead of pixels now, which means that it can be resized with font.
    - Slightly changed appearance of rotating screen/video capture indicator
     
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  15. LocoDiceGR

    LocoDiceGR Master Guru

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    So for us who dont wanna mess with SDK to show the graph, we wait for new AB Beta!?

    Did i understand ok?
     

  16. XcroN

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    I think that for displaying the graphs AB update will be needed and for now you can see examples in the source code (correct me if i'm wrong)
     
  17. LocoDiceGR

    LocoDiceGR Master Guru

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    Yea something like that, we said the same thing in a different way :)
     
  18. Unwinder

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    Correct. Examples contain both source code and compiled example EXE (.\SDK\Samples\SharedMemory\RTSSSharedMemorySample\Release\RTSSSharedMemorySample.exe ), so anyone may launch it to play with some additional graphs now.
     
  19. Unwinder

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    Rare case when my hobby and primary job interact with each other. :D A few more internal tests and usage scenarios of graphs embedded into RTSS overlays: seeing medical signals while gaming. The singals incude electrocardiagram, galvanic skin response and breathe.

    [​IMG]
     
  20. RadioActiveLobster

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    Now we can literally see in graph form when playing Resident Evil 7 causes you to **** your pants.
     

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