Version History

    Version 4.0.0

    Version 3.0.0
  • Added AMD Tonga graphics processors family support
  • Added core voltage control for reference design AMD RADEON R9 285X series graphics cards with NCP81022 voltage regulators
  • Added official overclocking limits extension support for AMD Tonga graphics processors. Please take a note that unofficial overclocking mode is currently not supported for AMD Tonga graphics processors family
  • Various parts of hardware monitoring module have been pumped up to improve hardware monitoring usability and flexibility:
    กท Added multi-column monitoring graphs rendering mode. Now you can adjust the number of graph columns in "Active monitoring graphs" section in "Monitoring" tab
    กท Added layered monitoring graphs rendering mode. Now you may right click source graph in monitoring window, select "Attach" in the context menu then point to destination graph to attach source graph to it and create a group of layered graphs. This feature allows you to render as many layered graphs on the same grid as you wish. The colors of graphs in layered rendering mode can be customized independently of each other so you can easily identify them
    กท Added "Override graph name" option to "Monitoring" tab. Now you can rename the graphs displayed in hardware monitoring window
    กท Monitoring history buffer size is no longer defined by monitoring window width. Now pre-history buffer size is fixed and stores the last 3600 samples (1 hour for 1000ms polling period) for each graph
    กท Improved tray icon monitoring module:
    . Now you can select either text mode or barchart indicator mode for each value displayed in tray icon Barchart indicator mode can be extremely useful for visualizing data like GPU / CPU usage กท Improved Logitech keyboard LCD monitoring module:
    . Ported to new Logitech API to provide support for newer Logitech LCD displays
    .Added support for color LCD display of Logitech G19/G19s keyboards

    .Added graph mode support for color LCD display of Logitech G19/G19s keyboards. Now in addition to previously available text mode you can optionally select graph mode and see exact copy of MSI Afterburner's monitoring graphs displayed directly inside the keyboard LCD. You can also press "Menu" soft button on your Logitech G19/G19S keyboard to toggle between text and graph modes dynamically in realtime
    .Added acceleration support to LCD scrolling implementation

    .Added larger 8x12, 10x12, 12x12 and 12x16 fonts support for text mode
  • Added "Regional settings" section to "User Interface" tab:
  • Added "Enable low-level IO driver" option to the "Compatibility properties" section in "General" tab
  • Added SLI sync performance limit graph for release 340 and newer NVIDIA drivers
  • Display device enumeration implementation has been modified slightly to allow monitoring Intel iGPUs when low-level IO driver is not enabled
  • Improved handshaking algorithm reduces the risk of seeing multiple running instances of child processes (e.g. RTSS)
  • Optimized hardware polling for NVIDIA graphics cards
  • Added "boost edition" / "GHz edition" GPU type selection option for reference design AMD RADEON 7970 and AMD RADEON 7950 based graphics cards to "AMD compatibility properties" section in "General" tab
  • Optimized hardware polling for multi-GPU systems
  • Added SVI2 voltage control support via AMD ADL SDK to provide compatibility with future graphics cards
  • voltage regulatos
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