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MSI Afterburner Pass Version 4.63 Beta 5

MSI Afterburner Pass Version 4.63 Beta 5

Today, we learned that MSI’s overclocking software, Afterburner, for graphics cards is upgrading to version 4.63 Beta 5. It is undoubtedly one of the best software to get the most out of your performance. Graphic card. However, since the launch of the AMD RX 6xxx graphics cards, there is no software that seems to (correctly) support overclocking these cards. It is therefore imperative to go through the AMD software. This new version should improve things and allow you to overclock your Radeon RX 6800, Radeon RX 6800 XT as well as the Radeon RX 6900 XT. However, according to our colleagues at TweakTown, it will be necessary to make sure to opt for the manual mode within the AMD software. Personally, we haven’t had the opportunity to install this new version yet, which we will do this evening.
MSI Afterburner
A new skin has also been added which takes the design of the reference card proposed by AMD. You can download this version 4.63 Beta 5 by following this link. Regarding the fixes for this new version, here is the list: AMD Navi 21 GPU architecture support New hybrid automatic software fan control mode. This mode allows you to combine default hardware fan curve and user defined software fan curve and dynamically switch between those two modes on temperature threshold. Such implementation can be useful on the cards with limited software fan control range (on both AMD and NVIDIA hardware) if you wish to use default hardware fan curve (with active native fan stop technology) in lower temperature range and use customized software fan curve in higher temperature zone. This is achieved by new option called “Override zero fan speed with hardware curve” option. When this option is enabled, you’re telling MSI Afterburner to engage default fan control mode in zero fan speed zone of your custom fan curve. Added “Use firmware control mode” option to software automatic fan control module. This option allows customizing fan curve at GPU firmware level instead of doing it entirely in software, so it doesn’t require keeping MSI Afterburner loaded in memory in order to get custom fan curve working. Also this option can be used to bypass various third party issues related to broken fixed fan speed programming API in some display drivers (e.g. Overdrive8 API related screen flickering on some AMD GPUs). New option is only supported on limited set of modern GPUs (Vega and newer AMD GPU families, Ampere and newer NVIDIA GPU families) and it has multipe GPU firmware based limitations such as limited maximum supported number of nodes for the curve (quad slope curve and up to 5 curve nodes on AMD, dual slope curve and up to 3 curve nodes on NVIDIA), lack of step / linear mode switching support, lack of hysteresis adjustment support etc. Please refer to new option context help to get more details. “Erase autosaved startup settings” option is now disabled by default in AMD compatibility properties Process specific memory and video memory usage performance counters, introduced in the previous beta, are now disabled by default. The counters rely of RTSS, so enabling them will also cause RTSS to be autoloaded with MSI Afterburner similar to the rest RTSS based functionality (such as framerate or frametime monitoring) Improved backward compatibility, fixed MSI Afterburner crashing when using it with older versions of RTSS without process specific memory and video memory performance counters support. Fixed monitoring window display in minimized state on the first detach Updated bundled MSI OC Scanner application. Fake error 22h, which can be reported by NVAPI on early callback function calls, is now suppressed and ignored Unlocked old alternate clock monitoring functionality from original RivaTuner era. Power users may switch to PLL clock monitoring mode instead of default target clock monitoring mode on NVIDIA GPUs RivaTuner Statistics Server has been upgraded to v7.3.0 beta 10.

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