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MSI Afterburner version 3.2 is a major update for the software. The software has been redesigned, new features added, and user interface enhancements have been made. Aside from a reorganized interface, Cracked MSI Afterburner Download 3.2 has a number of new features. One feature we are particularly excited about is the support for multi monitors. You can now monitor all of your monitors in the one interface and can set individual settings for each monitor. Afterburner 3.2 also includes a new audio codec module for better audio stability, a built-in benchmarking tool (MSI Kombustor), full RGB lighting support, and a plethora of new settings.
MSI Afterburner includes a GPU benchmarking utility based on Furmark which you can view results of in the MSI Kombustor application, where you can use the MSI Kombustor software on your desktop. This is a GPU stress test tool. You have to use Remote Server, which you can download from here, in order to run this software on your mobile device.
MSI Afterburner includes an ability to write profiles to the GPU. MSI Afterburner profiles are so called because it allows you to easily load and save GPU temperature and fan profiles to the GPU. This allows you to quickly load a profile and know immediately what the temperature and noise levels of your GPU will be while using it. If you overclock and want to know how its going to react when you load a profile for the first time at the higher frequency, you can load the profile before hand. We will go into exactly how to do that further down.
MSI Afterburner includes a simple overclocking feature. This is for cards which allow you to simply increase the clock speed and see what happens to the voltages and the actual frequencies. This is a simple one-shot function which records results into a file. It will give you a picture of what your GPU is doing, it would not be suitable for extreme overclocking situations.
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Now that you’ve got your Remote Server installed and you have your profile installed, it’s time to overclock. Just open the MSI Afterburner application and press the OC Scanner button. Before you begin overclocking, you need to set the target fan speed, target temperature, and target GPU clock frequency. Do this by moving the “F” button (in fan mode) and the “T” button (in temperature mode) to the direction you want your graphics card to overclock. You will be presented with five different presets (Settling, Normal, Overclock, Boost, and OC Scan). Choose the feature you want to use by pressing the “R” button (in fan mode) or “I” button (in temperature mode). You can also use the “O” button to manually adjust the overclock settings if you want.
If you have multiple graphics cards in your computer, you can quickly open MSI Afterburner and select an additional graphics card. If you have more than one graphics card, you can also use the Multi GPU mode. From the main page you can easily access the settings of your graphics cards.
MSI Afterburner is designed to enable you to utilize the full potential of your graphics card. From liquid cooling to high-end graphics cards, MSI Afterburner can be the ultimate control center for your hardware. Unleash the full performance and stability of your graphics card by setting the right fan profiles, voltage, and core clock speeds. Once you have overclocked your graphics card, you can use MSI Afterburner to monitor its performance in real time with live feedback on temperature and voltages for optimal performance. It is the ultimate tool to tailor your graphics card for optimal performance. Have fun!
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The settings in MSI Afterburner are too numerous to cover in a single manual, so we will have to discuss them in-depth below. We will begin with basic settings, move onto the advanced settings, and then add the overclocking section. Basic Settings: Similar to a motherboard’s BIOS, you can look at basic settings to adjust your display preferences, your card’s fan profiles, and disable features on your card. Let’s start with the display and disable features. If your card’s fan is about to overheat, you can disable cooling features in order to prevent the card from consuming too much power. The GPU and memory also use a considerable amount of power, so disabling their related features, such as MSI’s VRM overclocking or DVI overclocking, will save you some power in the long run. Next up are the fan settings. There are actually three (3) options: Eco, Balanced, and Maximum. Eco is the lowest fan speed with Balanced being the highest setting. Maximum is the highest setting, which should only be used on the highest power cards. Eco should be the default setting, but your preferences might be different. For example, if your card has an adaptive fan that automatically adjusts fan speed based on temperature, then maybe you should use the Balanced setting. All cards have independent fan controllers and are able to adjust their fan speed independently. However, many manufacturers choose to only use the automatic fan controls and just use the manually assigned settings to fine-tune their fans. The above screenshot only includes eight fan settings (Eco, Balanced, and Extreme). The memory VDIMM is getting a maximum fan speed of 960 RPM and has the highest setting available (Extreme). Gaming Performance In the above section, we mentioned that you should avoid using High-Performance at a low GPU temperature. This may look like an advanced feature, but it actually makes the most sense with so many people opting for liquid cooling. For reference, the RGB features of our Vortex and Vortex Ultimate tuners are considered High-Performance. In MSI Afterburner, High-Performance is allocated to the fan controls. Again, if you have a liquid cooled, then High-Performance should be automatically set to Eco which is the lowest fan speed. However, the fan controls have their own settings. Next up, we have the benchmarking section. Most of the above settings aren’t directly used when playing a game.
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- OS: Windows 7/8/10/8.1/10.0
- Processor: Intel® i3 or higher
- Memory: 4GB RAM
- Video Card: NVIDIA GTX or ATI HD or AMD Rx570 or AMD RX
- Other Graphics Card: One video card only
- AGP or PCI Express: 1x only
- Hard Disk: 23GB available space
- Internet Connection: Broadband, Wi-Fi (802.11) connection
What’s new in MSI Afterburner
- Uninstall a PowerDVD plugin and Afterburner will reinstall it.
- Improved UI with Menu and Info buttons.
- Improved performance logic.
- Small bug fix.
- Better window management and responsiveness.
- Better AMD GPU detection.
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