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MSI Afterburner 2.2.0 Beta 3
« on: May 08, 2011, 09:02:08 PM »
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We're happy to see MSI Afterburner is leading the overclock applications. MSI Afterburner 2.2.0 Beta 3 is ready, changes list includes:

Changes list includes:

    Added core voltage control for alternate revision of reference design NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 series graphics cards
    Added new compatibility option to "General" tab, allowing you to select GPU
    type on some graphics card models using different GPU types (e.g. low-leakage and high-leakage Cayman GPUs on RADEON 6950 series graphics cards). The option affects default reference GPU voltage and 3D voltage control path
    Added memory and VRM temperature monitoring for custom design MSI N580GTX Lightning series graphics cards with NCT7718W thermal sensors
    Added memory and VRM temperature monitoring for custom design MSI R6970 Lightning series graphics cards with NCT7718W thermal sensors
    Updated MSI On-Screen Display server:
    Fixed resource leak in desktop video capture path, causing it to start capturing plain black frames instead of desktop after a few minutes of desktop video capture
    Fixed issue causing frames in video stream to be periodically duplicated during desktop video capture causing video stream to be longer than it is supposed tobe. This could cause audio/video de-synchronization after a few minutes of desktop video capture
    Improved OpenGL On-Screen Display coordinates calculation for framebuffer
    coordinate space mode
    Added custom raster 3D fonts support to On-Screen Display in addition to the previously available vector 2D / 3D fonts. On-Screen Display 3D mode rendering mode switch has been replaced with new vector 2D / vector 3D / raster 3D rendering modes switch
    Now On-Screen Display coordinates are specified in pixels instead of zoomed units
    Now it is possible to use drag-and-drop in On-Screen Display preview window to adjust On-Screen Display position
    Now On-Screen Display supports tabulation symbols for better appearance in conjunction with variable width custom fonts