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    • MSI Afterburner

      das ist derzeit eines der beliebtesten Tools für AMD Grafikkarten, MSI Afterburner. Dieses Tool ermöglicht neben den üblichen Takt Einstellungen auch die Erhöhung der Spannung. Dieses kleine Programm entstand in Kooperation mit MSI und Rivatuner. Somit ist ein höherer Takt als mit dem CCC garantiert.

      Sollte das Tool nicht funktionieren, so kann man dieses gut mit anderen Tools kombinieren, wie zum Beispiel dem AMD GPU Clock Utility.

      Download MSI Afterburner 1.4.0


      Releaso Notes 1.4.0:

      * Added initial AMD RADEON HD 5970 series graphics cards support * Added voltage control for cost down reference design AMD RADEON HD 4870 series graphics cards with L6788A voltage regulators * Added voltage control for custom design MSI R4770 Cyclone graphics cards series with uP6204 voltage regulators * Ineffective and slow temperature, clock, GPU usage and fan speed monitoring implementation provided by native AMD's ADL SDK has been replaced with own more effective low-level codepath. Due to new codepath hardware monitoring related CPU performance hit has been reduced drastically on the systems with AMD graphics cards and drivers. * On-Screen Display and Logitech LCD monitoring modules no longer explicitly read displayed data from hardware and retrieve cached data from monitoring graphs instead. Due to this change CPU performance hit is reduced when OSD or LCD monitoring features are enabled. * Fan speed slider position and numeric fan speed input field are now being refreshed in automatic fan speed mode only when MSI Afterburner window is active. * Added configuration file switch allowing power users to unlock unofficial overclocking codepath in AMD display drivers (similar to AMDGPUClockTool, ATITool and RivaTuner overclocking implementation on AMD graphics cards). Unlike AMD's official ADL SDK overclocking ways, unofficial ones are not limited with CCC clock limit but have some alternate disadvantages (e.g. PowerPlay support limitation). Please take a note that unofficial overclocking methods are not supported either by AMD or by MSI, so unlock and use it at your own risk. * Now it is possible to toggle performance profiler status info visibility in hardware monitor window via [Show status] option in the context menu. * Fixed L6788A database entry for AMD RADEON HD 4770 series graphics cards * GPU voltage monitoring feature is now locked and not available by default. Unfortunately some inexperienced users don't understand the risk of running multiple tools accessing voltage regulator at the same time and tend to use helper voltage monitoring features in everyday hardware monitoring sessions in conjunction with third party VRM monitoring tools, intensively writing data to VRM and periodically causing it to enter wrong state due to write collision. Unfortunately such issues are wrongly treated by certain users as instability of our product. To prevent such rumors, since this version voltage monitoring feature is no longer available to beginners by default. Experienced users understanding these specifics and accepting these risks may unlock voltage monitoring features via new safety option in [General]tab * AMD RV8xx I2C microcontroller is now being forcibly reset prior to starting new I2C transaction to minimize the risk of I2C collisions with third party tool without I2C synchronization protocol support (e.g. AMDGPUClockTool) * Added safety option allowing users to disable voltage control feature if it is not needed * Now Afterburner forcibly changes memory clock for all performance levels at once on AMD graphics cards with equal default memory clocks defined for all performance levels to bypass flickering issue caused by incorrect PowerPlay dynamic memory clock changing implementation on some cards * Added Catalyst driver family version detection for AMD graphics cards * Added option to display system time in the On-Screen Display * Added red and blue editions of default skin * Various minor user interface and skin tweaks * Added configuration file switches allowing power users to tweak Afterburner startup process and define startup delay or force the startup to be handled by Windows Vista / Windows 7 Task Scheduler to bypass UAC evaluation window (additional Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 runtime libraries installation is required for task scheduler based startup way) * MSI On-Screen Display server has been upgraded to version 3.6.0. New server provides improved desktop windows notification mechanism and also features optional power user oriented task scheduler based startup way * Added skin format reference documentation. Now third party skin designers may use this local offline documentation to create their own skins for MSI Afterburner. Official MSI Afterburner skin creation contest is approaching! Do you feel that you can design nice skins for MSI Afterburner? Stay tuned and don't miss your chance to win the prize!
    • MSI Afterburner 1.4.1

      Die Liste der Veränderungen ist wieder sehr lang:

      Afterburner v.1.4.0 (2009-11-11)

      * Added initial AMD RADEON HD 5970 series graphics cards support
      * Added voltage control for cost down reference design AMD RADEON HD 4870 series graphics cards with L6788A voltage regulators
      * Added voltage control for custom design MSI R4770 Cyclone graphics cards series with uP6204 voltage regulators
      * Ineffective and slow temperature, clock, GPU usage and fan speed monitoring implementation provided by native AMD's ADL SDK has been replaced with own more effective low-level codepath. Due to new codepath hardware monitoring related CPU performance hit has been reduced drastically on the systems with AMD graphics cards and drivers.
      * On-Screen Display and Logitech LCD monitoring modules no longer explicitly read displayed data from hardware and retrieve cached data from monitoring graphs instead. Due to this change CPU performance hit is reduced when OSD or LCD monitoring features are enabled.
      * Fan speed slider position and numeric fan speed input field are now being refreshed in automatic fan speed mode only when MSI Afterburner window is active.
      * Added configuration file switch allowing power users to unlock unofficial overclocking codepath in AMD display drivers (similar to AMDGPUClockTool, ATITool and RivaTuner overclocking implementation on AMD graphics cards).
      Unlike AMD's official ADL SDK overclocking ways, unofficial ones are not limited with CCC clock limit but have some alternate disadvantages (e.g. PowerPlay support limitation).
      Please take a note that unofficial overclocking methods are not supported either by AMD or by MSI, so unlock and use it at your own risk.
      * Now it is possible to toggle performance profiler status info visibility in hardware monitor window via [Show status] option in the context menu.
      * Fixed L6788A database entry for AMD RADEON HD 4770 series graphics cards
      * GPU voltage monitoring feature is now locked and not available by default.
      Unfortunately some inexperienced users don't understand the risk of running multiple tools accessing voltage regulator at the same time and tend to use helper voltage monitoring features in everyday hardware monitoring sessions in conjunction with third party VRM monitoring tools, intensively writing data to VRM and periodically causing it to enter wrong state due to write collision. Unfortunately such issues are wrongly treated by certain users as instability of our product. To prevent such rumors, since this version voltage monitoring feature is no longer available to beginners by default.
      Experienced users understanding these specifics and accepting these risks may unlock voltage monitoring features via new safety option in [General]tab
      * AMD RV8xx I2C microcontroller is now being forcibly reset prior to starting new I2C transaction to minimize the risk of I2C collisions with third party tool without I2C synchronization protocol support (e.g. AMDGPUClockTool)
      * Added safety option allowing users to disable voltage control feature if it is not needed
      * Now Afterburner forcibly changes memory clock for all performance levels at once on AMD graphics cards with equal default memory clocks defined for all performance levels to bypass flickering issue caused by incorrect PowerPlay dynamic memory clock changing implementation on some cards
      * Added Catalyst driver family version detection for AMD graphics cards
      * Added option to display system time in the On-Screen Display
      * Added red and blue editions of default skin
      * Various minor user interface and skin tweaks
      * Added configuration file switches allowing power users to tweak Afterburner startup process and define startup delay or force the startup to be handled by Windows Vista / Windows 7 Task Scheduler to bypass UAC evaluation window (additional Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 runtime libraries installation is required for task scheduler based startup way)
      * MSI On-Screen Display server has been upgraded to version 3.6.0. New server provides improved desktop windows notification mechanism and also features optional power user oriented task scheduler based startup way
      * Added skin format reference documentation. Now third party skin designers may use this local offline documentation to create their own skins for MSI Afterburner. Official MSI Afterburner skin creation contest is approaching!
      Do you feel that you can design nice skins for MSI Afterburner? Stay tuned and don't miss your chance to win the prize!

      Download MSI Afterburner 1.4.1
    • MSI Afterburner 2.0.0

      MSI Afterburner 2.0.0

      # Voltage control layer has been seriously revamped to give additional freedom to extreme overclockers with new custom design MSI graphics cards. Now MSI Afterburner is able to control up to 3 voltages on custom design MSI Fermi and other future custom design MSI graphics cards. New adjustable voltages include memory voltage and special multi-purpose auxiliary voltage feeding either memory bus (also known as VDDCI on AMD graphics cards) or PCIE bus and crystal (PEXVDD on NVIDIA graphics cards)
      # Added core, memory and auxiliary PEXVDD voltage control for custom design MSI N480GTX Lighning series graphics cards with uP6225+uP6262 voltage regulators
      # Added core, memory and auxiliary PEXVDD voltage control for custom design MSI N470GTX Twin Frozr II OV3 series graphics cards with uP6218+uP6262 voltage regulators
      # Added core, memory and auxiliary PEXVDD voltage control for custom design MSI N460GTX Hawk series graphics cards with uP6262 voltage regulators
      # Added core voltage control for custom design MSI N460GTX Cyclone series graphics cards
      # Added auxiliary VDDCI voltage control for reference design AMD RADEON HD 5870 series graphics cards
      # Added fan tachometer monitoring for NVIDIA graphics cards. Please take a note that not all graphics cards are tachometer reading capable. So depending on graphics card and cooling system fan tachometer monitoring can be unavailable
      # Optimized NVIDIA driver-level clock frequency monitoring codepath
      # Minimum clock limits for all graphics cards have been reduced from 75% to 50%
      # Dynamic overclocking, voltage and fan speed limits. MSI Afterburner no longer uses static slider limits calibration and adjusts the limits dynamically when some external factors affect it (e.g. Overdrive clock limits on AMD cards or VGA BIOS fan speed and voltage limits on NVIDIA GeForce GTX 400 cards)
      # New temperature hysteresis settings for software automatic fan control mode gives you additional way to improve cooling system thermal and acoustic parameters
      # Now fan speed limits (i.e. minimum and maximum fan speeds accepted by VGA BIOS and display driver) are displayed in custom fan speed curve editor window
      # Built-in skin sizes have been reduced due to optimized internal skin panels representation and optimized compiled bitmap cache
      # Optional skin compression ability in the built-in skin compiler. Skin format reference documentation has been updated to document new compression options
      # Minor built-in skins appearance tweaks
      # Now MSI Afterburner uses previously undocumented power user oriented startup mode via the task scheduler under Windows Vista / Windows 7. MSI Afterburner launch no longer requires UAC confirmation at Windows startup. Please take a note that Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 runtime libraries must be installed to get new startup mode working
      # Now MSI Afterburner automatically fixes startup link if [Start with Windows] or [Apply overclocking at system startup] is enabled but the registry or task scheduler startup entry is missing
      # Startup profile is now displayed in [Apply at Windows startup] option floating tooltip instead of the main window
      # Now power users can enable optional DirectInput based hotkeys handler via the configuration file. DirectInput based hotkeys processing can seriously reduces hotkey response time in the applications heavily loading CPU (mostly 3D games) and leaving not enough time for processing standard keyboard input message queues. Please take a note that enabling such sophisticated hotkeys handling mode can cause some system security applications (e.g. pro-active application behavior analysis module of KIS) to warn you about possible keylogging threat
      # Improved skin engine, now skinned controls support horizontal and/or vertical centering. Skin format reference guide has been updated to document these new alignment modes
      # MSI On-Screen Display server has been upgraded to version 3.7.2. New version gives you the following improvements:
      # Now screen capture events are identified visually by text message flashing in On-Screen Display during 0.25s
      # Built-in skin sizes have been reduced due to optimized compiled bitmap cache
      # Added On-Screen Display profile for Startcraft II : Wings of Liberty
      # Added configuration file switch allowing sending MSI Afterburner to system tray instead of closing on button click
      # [Start the task only when computer is running on AC power] option is no longer set in the startup task settings to allow automatically starting application via the task scheduler on laptops or on some UPS models
      # Added optional data filtering mode for all hardware monitoring graphs. Now it is possible to enable special math data filtering algorithm independently for each hardware monitoring graph to reject misreading spikes caused by sensor access conflicts when running multiple hardware monitoring tools at the same time
      # Now it is posssible to use both core and shader clock as the primary clock when adjust the clocks in linked mode
      # Fixed videomemory usage monitoring for non-primary NVIDIA graphics cards
      # Application restart is no longer required to apply new user interface language
      # Updated localization engine. Now floating tooltips based context help system supports macro definitions
      # Localization reference guide documentation has been updated to v1.1
      # Various typo fixes in different language packs
      # Added Korean localization

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    • MSI Afterburner 2.2.0 Beta 8

      MSI Afterburner 2.2.0 Beta 8


      Change list:

      Improved MSI On-Screen Display server v4.2.3:
      Improved video frames timestamping approach may improve smoothness of videos captured on low framerates
      Improved RTV1 codec provides better compression ratio (significantly better under certain conditions) without affecting the image quality and encoding performance
      Added alternate RTV1 compression mode providing 1.5x - 2x better realtime compression performance at the cost of some minor image quality loss. Video quality slider is now unlocked for RTV1 format, 100% quality selects original compression mode whilst any other value selects new high performance compression mode
      Now MSI Afterburner displays captured video file time, size, per-frame compression ratio and time in the On-Screen Display next to the video capture progress indicator
      Now multithreaded video capture optimization is forcibly disabled by default on single core CPUs
      Kernel mode RTCore driver has been upgraded to v1.6. New driver introduces RivaTuner-styled experimental protected MMIO IOCTLs and removes outdated IOCTLs dedicated for some old and currently abandoned RTCore technology based applications (HIS iTurbo and RMClock)
      Now MSI Afterburner starts significantly faster than before due to optimized I2C devices scanning, cached database access and optimized GPU context switching in profile load routine
      Fixed RTV1 codec installation issue on 64-bit systems
      Now power users may unlock additional hidden video capture formats via the configuration file
      Now screenshot and video capture quality can be adjusted with precise 1% steps instead of 5% steps in the previous version
      Now video capture framerate can be adjusted in [1 FPS; 100 FPS] range with precise 1 FPS steps instead of [25 FPS; 100 FPS] range
      Added Polish localization

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    • MSI Afterburner 4.1.1

      Es gibt wieder eine neue Version des MSI Afterburner Tools. Die Version 4.1.1 unterstützt vor allem die "neue" GeForce GTX TITAN X und die kommende GTX 980 Ti, die in den nächsten Tagen vorgestellt werden soll. Zusätzlich wurde ein Spannungssteuermodus hinzugefügt, der nicht nur MSI Grafikkarten, sondern viele andere Grafikkarten erkennt und so eine Bedienung ermöglicht.

      Alle Veränderungen im Detail:

      Added core voltage control for reference design NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X series graphics cards
      Added core voltage control for reference design NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti series graphics cards
      Now core voltage control via NCP4206 is unlocked on reference design NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 and
      NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN series graphics cards when extended MSI voltage control mode is selected
      Added new third party voltage control mode. Traditionally we provided voltage control on reference design graphics cards or on custom design MSI graphics cards only. However, rich set of PWM controllers supported by MSI Afterburner core allows implementing voltage control on many third party custom design graphics cards as well. With this version we introduce original concept of user extendable voltage control mode, allowing experienced users to get access to programmable MSI Afterburner core, get access to full range of voltage controllers supported by it, create custom hardware database and program MSI Afterburner to provide voltage control on many third party custom design graphics cards. Third party voltage control mode requires populating and downloading third party hardware database, please visit MSI Afterburner discussion forums to help adding your custom design cards to the database or download the latest database version.
      Fixed bug causing application to crash when “layered with alpha” skin composition mode is selected, application is minimized to system tray and properties are accessed via the context menu of detached monitoring window
      Improved hardware monitoring module:
      Added negative temperatures monitoring support for NVIDIA GPUs
      Fixed extended CPU family and model detection to address issue with incorrect maximum junction temperature (Tjmax) detection on some Intel CPUs
      Now power users can override the maximum junction temperature (Tjmax) via configuration file if necessary
      Added temperature monitoring for AMD Family 10h – 16h micro architecture CPUs. Please take a note that this functionality is currently experimental and disabled by default. Power users can unlock AMD CPU temperature monitoring via [CPUHAL] section in the configuration file if necessary
      Added correction formulas support. Now you can apply a custom correction formula to any data source in hardware monitoring module. Correction formulas can be useful to apply temperature offsets to custom temperature sensors if necessary (e.g. set formula to “x+20”), display effective memory clock instead of base clock (e.g. set formula to “x*2”), display per-GPU memory usage instead of total memory usage on Crossfire systems (e.g. set formula to “x/2”) and many, many more.
      Hardware Monitoring Log file format has been upgraded to v1.5 to provide correction formulas support.
      Added “CPU load” graph to multicore CPUs. The graph is displaying the average CPU load across all CPU cores.
      Added “CPU temperature” graph to thermal monitoring capable multicore CPUs. The graph is displaying the maximum CPU temperature across all CPU cores
      o Added connection retry counter to Logitech LCD monitoring module. Now MSI Afterburner stop trying to connect to Logitech LCD after some failed connection attempts instead of trying to connect to it in endless loop. Retry counter implementation is aimed to bypass the problem with GDI resource leak in Logitech LCD API, which could cause application to crash after some period of time when output to LCD is enabled on the system with no Logitech LCD connected to it
      Added dynamic output format for min / max limits displayed on the graphs. Now MSI Afterburner uses integer output format for limits if the range between minimum and maximum limits is greater than 1, otherwise it uses floating point output format

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    • MSI AfterBurner 4.3.0 Beta 4

      Für die neuen Pascal Grafikkarten von nVidia wird auch der passende MSI Afterburner gebraucht, um die Karten mittels Kurve übertakten zu können. Die neue Version nennt sich MSI AfterBurner 4.3.0 Beta 4 und steht ab sofort zum Download bereit.

      Versionshighlights

      • Added GPU Boost 3.0 technology support for NVIDIA Pascal graphics cards:
        • Added percent based overvoltage support
        • Added voltage/frequency curve customization support. You may use traditional core clock slider on NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 and 1080 graphics cards to apply fixed offset to all voltage/frequency curve points as well as use brand new flexible voltage/frequency curve editor window for more precise per-point curve adjustment. The editor window can be activated with <Ctrl> + <F> keyboard shortcut and it provides you the following features:
          • You may independently adjust clock frequency offset for each point with mouse cursor or <Up> / <Down> keys
          • You may hold <Ctrl> key to set anchor and fix clock frequency offset in minimum/maximum voltage point and adjust the offset of any other point with mouse to linearly interpolate the offsets between the anchor and adjustment points
          • You may hold <Shift> key while adjusting the offset of any point with mouse to apply the same fixed offset to all points. That’s equal to adjusting the offset with the slider in main application window
          • You may press <Ctrl> + <D> to reset offsets for all points
          • You may switch between traditional core clock control slider in the main window and voltage/frequency curve editor window to see how they affect each other in realtime
          • You may press <L> after selecting any point on the curve with mouse cursor to disable GPU dynamic voltage/frequency adjustment and lock the voltage and core clock frequency to a state defined by the target point. This feature allows you to test graphics card stability independently for each voltage/frequency point of the curve using real 3D applications or any stress test of your choice. In addition to stability testing usage scenario, MSI Afterburner allows you to save a curve with locked point setting to a profile, so you may easily switch between dynamic voltage/frequency management and fixed voltage/frequency settings in realtime (e.g. to achieve the maximum performance during benchmarking). Please take a note that fixed voltage and frequency settings do not allow you to disable power and thermal throttling.
          • Increased default maximum limits for <Core clock>, <Memory clock> and <Memory usage> graphs to improve graphs readability on NVIDIA Pascal series graphics cards
      • Improved representation of performance limits graphs for NVIDIA graphics cards per NVIDIA recommendations:
        • <Voltage limit> and <OV max limit> graphs have been merged into single <Voltage limit> graph
        • <Utilization limit> graph has been renamed to <No load limit> graph
        • <SLI sync> graph is now hidden on the systems with single NVIDIA GPU
      • Added uP1816 voltage regulators support to provide compatibility with future custom design MSI graphics cards
      • Improved validation and handling of erroneous data reported after TDR on NVIDIA graphics cards
      • Startup profile is now also affected by <Lock profiles> button, which means that you cannot modify or delete your startup overclocking settings while this button is pressed. This feature can be useful to protect startup overclocking settings from modification while temporarily testing various overclocking scenarios on overclocked system
      • Added support for unofficial overclocking mode with disabled PowerPlay on PowerPlay7 capable hardware (AMD Tonga and newer graphics processors family)
      • Added ability to use low-level hardware access interface on the systems with AMD graphics cards when legacy VGA BIOS image is not mapped to memory
      • Fixed bug causing the maximum value to be invisible on some hardware monitoring graphs under certain conditions (e.g. <Framerate> or <Frametime> graphs after closing 3D application)
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