||4.6.0 Beta 12
O aplicativo "MSI Afterburner" é um dos melhores do "mercado" para overclock de placas de vídeo, leia-se se GPUs já que também é possível overclockar vídeo integrado.
O desenvolvimento do software é de responsabilidade da mesma equipe do RivaTuner (Guru3D), sendo que o Afterburner traz algumas funções exclusivas não encontradas em softwares semelhantes. Vale ainda destacar que ele suporta tanto placas da AMD Radeon como Nvidia GeForce.
28/01/2019 - Novidades da versão 4.6.0 Beta 12:
- Fixed problem with incorrect V/F curve rendering on some AMD GPUs with abnormal voltage tables (where voltages were not monotonically increasing with P-State index)
- Visible voltage / frequency range in V/F curve editor window on AMD GPUs is now extended to fit minimum and maximum P-State voltages and frequencies
- Added support for some future NVIDIA Turing GPUs
- Now “Mark minimum” and “Mark maximum” commands are available in the context menu of monitoring window even when a fragment of history is not selected. In this case the commands result in setting tracking marker in a global extremum position. You may still use <Shift> key and mouse cursor to select a fragment of history then use the context menu to set tracker marker in local extremum position
- Now you may press <F11> key in monitoring window to capture print friendly screenshot of hardware monitoring history graphs. The screenshot includes MSI Afterburner watermark by default, you may customize it by replacing overlay.png file located in .Graphics folder. This feature can be useful for hardware reviewers
- Now you may hold <Del> key then click unwanted graphs in hardware monitoring history viewer mode to hide them. This feature can be useful before capturing print friendly screenshots, if you want to exclude unnecessary graphs from it
21/01/2019 - Novidades da versão 4.6.0 Beta 11:
- Added fan control support for AMD Adrenalin 2019 drivers family. Please take a note that AMD Adrenalin 2019 drivers adjust fan speed in PWM duty cycle mode but fan speed monitoring is provided in RPM only, which means that you cannot read back exact programmed fan speed in %. Due to this limitation, MSI Afterburner is reporting fan speed as % of maximum RPM instead of real fan duty cycle when default AMD auto fan control is in use. So monitored fan speed % can slightly mismatch programmed fan speed curve if you’re using default AMD automatic fan control.
- Fixed low-level GPU usage monitoring for AMD Polaris GPU family. Software SMC registers offset is no longer hardcoded, offset detection algorithm is more future proof now. Please take a note that it will not fix zero GPU load issue when “Enable unified GPU usage monitoring” option is enabled. This option implementation is based on low-level DirectX performance counters, which require OS and display driver WDDM versions to match. Current AMD drivers are WDDM 2.5 so this performance counter is only working when you’re under WDDM 2.5 OS (Windows October Update). If you’re under older OS version, this performance counter won’t work unless you downgrade to WDDM 2.4 driver (18.9.3 or older).
- Now CPU topology info (i.e. each logical CPU mapping to physical CPU package and core) is displayed in system info window
- Now mandatory MSI Afterburner installation option is greyed out and cannot be unchecked during installation
- Now 64 –bit Visual C++ 2008 runtimes are also installed by MSI Afterburner installer. This should fix the issues with inability to open OC Scanner window on the system with no runtimes installed (typically no RTSS installed)
- Right anchor voltage/frequency curve adjustment mode ( + point drag) is now working properly when maximum voltage limit is greater than the maximum point voltage
- Updated database entries with final subsystem IDs for MSI 2080Ti Lightning family
No vídeo abaixo, mostramos como configurar para que o aplicativo mostre informações de consumo, temperatura, desempenho entre outras informações durante o gameplay de algum jogo:
Para mais informações acesse o link para download.