Show CPU Frequency (MHz) ???

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  1. jmcc

    jmcc Member

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    Is there any way to include a monitor sensor that show us CPU Frequency (MHz) in game? I've seen people on Youtube using it but inside Afterburner this option isn't available.
     
  2. Passus

    Passus Master Guru

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    combine afterburner with hwinfo

    you need to go into hwinfo's settings and then osd ,, choose what you want and close then it shows with the afterburner osd on screen
     
  3. EdKiefer

    EdKiefer Ancient Guru

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    No, you don't need HWinfo64 for that, AB has a built-in plug-in for that.
    Just enable it and set to OSD on, should be in the list with the latest version.

    At least it works with Intel CPU's, don't know about AMD.
     
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    Ah so you don't thanks mate never really noticed the new settings as im so set in my ways i click the boxes without thinking lol
     

  5. EdKiefer

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    Yes, I had to check as now there are a lot of options with plug-in's but this one is internal.
    The good thing with most of the CPU data it is very low hog on resources (show profiler on the graph).
     
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    There is no such option here under "monitoring" tab. There is "CPU usage" and "CPU temperature" options but not "CPU Clock" one.

    My processor is AMD FX-8320E
     
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    It was clearly documented that it is supported for Intel CPUs starting from Core2 family and for AMD starting from Ryzen. With no obligations to support any other CPUs.
     

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