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How do I get the DirectX version displayed with the fps? I can only get the fps displayed without the D3D version next to it. I've seem some screenshots with the D3D version displayed next the fps number.
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What is this game?

serious sam 3: bfe
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How do I get the DirectX version displayed with the fps? I can only get the fps displayed without the D3D version next to it. I've seem some screenshots with the D3D version displayed next the fps number.

you need to enable OSD option for Framerate in Afterburner settings
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much needed info!

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Could you help me out with this please! I've been trying to get the FPS to show below everything like in your screenshot.
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Could you help me out with this please! I've been trying to get the FPS to show below everything like in your screenshot.

Is the FPS showing up in your display now? If so: open WinInfo and go in to the config settings > at the very bottom it will show your GPU settings. You must enter the "line number" after you enable it. If you want it on the bottom you need to count up the lines already in your display and just set it to the next (higher) number

If FPS is not showing up at all: you just need to go in to the Afterburner settings and enable it (there is a tab). Hope this helps -Davis
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This is absolutely amazing.

I cannot believe the amount of sensors that I never even knew existed.

I can't believe I can monitor not only the voltage but the watts, amps in and amps out of the vrm of both my GPU and GPU ram. This is ridiculous!
     
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There are a lot of cores on this 3930k lol
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What is this game?

Serious Sam
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hey Tpi2007 - firstly i just want to say thank you because iv searched a fair bit and found nothing until i came across you method and also i really like the way you made setting up the monitoring very easy specially for me as im pretty new to pc gaming and what not, so thanks you,

also i had issues with stuttering when i did your way and i was wondering why when i came across someone who had similar issues with stuttering and audio skipping, and i though oh damn iv done something wrong but i apparently didnt i just had to turn off the SMART monitoring aspect of the hwinfo which i beleive monitors hdd and storage and ssds and such so if anyone comes into this issue just turn off the hdd monitor and ssd monitoring under S.M.A.R.T. monitoring

again thanks dude for this guide/ how to it really helped me and gave me exactly what i was after smile.gif +rep
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hey Tpi2007 - firstly i just want to say thank you because iv searched a fair bit and found nothing until i came across you method and also i really like the way you made setting up the monitoring very easy specially for me as im pretty new to pc gaming and what not, so thanks you,

also i had issues with stuttering when i did your way and i was wondering why when i came across someone who had similar issues with stuttering and audio skipping, and i though oh damn iv done something wrong but i apparently didnt i just had to turn off the SMART monitoring aspect of the hwinfo which i beleive monitors hdd and storage and ssds and such so if anyone comes into this issue just turn off the hdd monitor and ssd monitoring under S.M.A.R.T. monitoring

again thanks dude for this guide/ how to it really helped me and gave me exactly what i was after smile.gif +rep

If S.M.A.R.T. monitoring was the cause of stuttering, then it's the storage driver responsible for this. Certain Intel RST drivers are known to cause such issues, so updating them sometimes can fix this problem.

Also note folks, that there will soon be an update to RTSS which will allow displaying up-to 4096 chars in the OSD and HWiNFO will support this. So you can display more information in the OSD if you wish.
Edited by Mumak - 9/16/13 at 4:09am
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