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MSI Afterburner OSD question

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Hey guys, I just started using MSI AB and HWinfo for an OSD. I was wondering if there was any way to organize this info to how you want it on each line? For example, on the line with my GPU info, I wanted to switch the Memory Clock to the end of the line instead of it being second. Is there any way to do this? I'm sorry if this is confusing, i'm trying my best to explain the situation.

Here's a picture of what my setup is now for it:

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Have you tried changing their positions in the AB options smile.gif
You left click and drag them up!

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I have not tried that. I enable the OSD settings through HWinfo, and they appear on the screen. I can only choose what line they go on, not the order they appear on the line. The only thing enabled through MSI AB directly is framerate.

Only reason I do it that way is because i'd like my CPU load, and core temps to be in the OSD as well which MSI AB does not directly apply to it.
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