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MSI Afterburner 4.4.2 official download - Guru3D and MSI have been working hard on AfterBurner, today we release an updated this revision of Afterburner, this application successfully secured the leading position on graphics card utilities. MSI Afterburner is ultimate graphics card utility, developed the Guru3D RivaTuner team. The Beta releases sometimes have an expiration limit, the stable and final build releases do not. We recommend using a final build. If you purchased a GeForce GTX 1050, 1060, 1070, 1080, Titan X, Tian Xp, Titan V (Volta) or AMD Radeon RX 5x0 and Vega graphics card we can recommend you to at least try out this latest release. We have written a GeForce GTX 1070 and 1080 overclocking guide. This is the new public final release of MSI AfterBurner. Over the past few weeks we have made a tremendous effort to get a lot of features enabled for this build.
All recently release graphics cards are supported, this entails the entire Nvidia GeForce GTX Series 10 including 1050, 1060, 1070, 1080, 1080 Ti and Titan X (Pascal). For AMD the Radeon RX series 400 and 500 support is included.
Not just that, we have also updated RTSS, our statistics server that enables the overlay with MSI AfterBurner to offer DirectX 12 overlay support. New in this release is overlay support for SLI and Crossfire in DirectX 12. Please read the full release notes for all changes (as there are quite a few of them). You might have noticed a new look - if you like the white/black design you see below, in the Afterburner preferences/user interface skins selection you can choose this new Cyborg White skin to activate it. Have fun tweaking. Note: Does your overlay not work anymore after an update?
Please perform a full uninstall of RTSS and AfterBurner (with profiles removal) and then perform a CLEAN install of it. #5502496 Posted on: 09:34 PM Never really understood why is so important to uninstall and remove everything including my profiles before installing newer versions, I want to keep my profiles so I won't have to make them again. Unwinder is it 'better safe than sorry' method.?
Every now and then an older install can cause an issue with the overlay or the game. 9 out of 10 times that is solved with a clean AB and RTSS install. When that happens with a user, he/she registers, start to ask why AfterBurner messes up so badly (nobody uses search) and that their world has effectively ended, as the new build broke their game or overlay. So yes, for the novice, please uninstall AB and RTSS before installing a new build. #5502504 Posted on: 10:02 PM That’s not entirely correct.
Full RTSS reinstall with profiles removal is only required after serious OS platform updates or service packs installation, when Direct3D runtimes are being upgraded by OS whilst running RTSS. That may result in corrupting RTSS injection cache and can be solved either by “Reset cache” button in RTSS properties or by simple performing a clean install. But it has no relation to simply upgrading RTSS or AB versions and clean installs are not required in this case. #5502829 Posted on: 11:35 PM Every now and then an older install can cause an issue with the overlay or the game. 9 out of 10 times that is solved with a clean AB and RTSS install. When that happens with a user, he/she registers, start to ask why AfterBurner messes up so badly (nobody uses search) and that their world has effectively ended, as the new build broke their game or overlay. So yes, for the novice, please uninstall AB and RTSS before installing a new build.
That’s not entirely correct. Full RTSS reinstall with profiles removal is only required after serious OS platform updates or service packs installation, when Direct3D runtimes are being upgraded by OS whilst running RTSS. That may result in corrupting RTSS injection cache and can be solved either by “Reset cache” button in RTSS properties or by simple performing a clean install. But it has no relation to simply upgrading RTSS or AB versions and clean installs are not required in this case. Thank you both for replying. #5503693 Posted on: 07:14 PM I have more than one AMD 470, 480 video cards. I had three of them in a Windows 10 64bit computer.
I did DDU to uninstall AMD drivers to install the newly fresh December 17th drivers. I could still regulate everything on MSI afterburner. Then I added the fourth card to the computer and all of a sudden I don't see driver version showing on afterburner and it can see all four cards and lists their models but doesn't show me any of the controls for them so I can't underclock core and overclock memory. MSI afterburner shows 0 for all of the values for all of the cards. They all run at the speeds that are set in their bios and I can see that through GPU-Z.
One RX480 runs at 1342 core and 2000 memory, another RX480 runs at 1290 core and 2000 memory and both of the RX 470 run at 1250 core and 1650 memory. I uninstalled MSI afterburner, removed settings, deleted MSI afterburner folder with whatever was left after uninstalling it from Program files and installed the latest version 4.4.2 but nothing changed - I still can't overclock memory, underclock core on four cards.
As soon as I pull one out and am down to just three cards - then all the controls come back. Logiciel Crack Iphone there. Is there any fix on how to see more than three cards with MSI afterburner?
I also tried running an older version of MSI afterburner - 4.4.1 and still no difference. The drivers I'm running are 2017-12-17, version 7.1005 - Win10-64bit adrenalin edition 17.12.2.
As video cards get more powerful, the need to dissipate heat efficiently becomes more important. While custom coolers tend to do a sufficient job, sometimes reference coolers are too tame; this makes managing temperatures while trying to achieve a stable overclock, much more difficult. Issues such as thermal throttling occur more often and hamper your efforts to gain precious FPS. This can all be solved quite easily by managing your fan speed and striking a balance between noise and performance—taking advantage of the fan profile features in MSI’s Afterburner utility make this process a breeze. If you haven’t already done so, make sure to download the latest version of Afterburner from MSI’s website. Optionally install Kombuster if you plan on doing any GPU stability testing. You’ll notice that the UI is pretty simple but if you click the little cog you will be presented with a large array of options to keep you busy for hours.
Before you start configuring your fan profile, I recommend checking the option to start Afterburner with Windows. There is nothing more annoying than loading a game only to find out your fan isn’t behaving how you expected. Click on the “Fan” tab to get started. Here you will be presented with the default fan curve. The vertical numbers represent fan speed while the horizontal numbers represent temperature. The default curve has a 1:1 ratio which often leads to thermal throttling since the fan speed doesn’t increase fast enough to dissipate the extra heat.
If we simply move the points back a bit we can solve any potential throttling issues. If you left click in between two points on the graph you can add a new point to manipulate which allows you to make finer adjustments. It’s important to take your time with this since you will need to keep the fan within whatever noise levels you deem acceptable. If you installed Kombuster, it can be very convenient to run a benchmark to check noise levels. If the fan is still too loud you can then dial back the profile a bit. I tend to leave the “100 percent” point at the default temperature since operating at full speed is usually much louder than I’m willing to tolerate. Once you’re satisfied with your profile, click “OK” and save your settings to one of the 5 available profiles shown on the bottom right of the main UI.
Afterburner functions as so much more than a simple fan controller. The utility provides GPU monitoring with more statistics than you can shake a stick at as well as a full feature set for overclocking. It even includes a handy FPS overlay for testing, though it has been known to cause issues with other overlays such as Steam’s and Origin’s. Even if you don’t intend on using the full feature set, I find afterburner to be the most intuitive option for customizing your GPU cooling.