Originally Posted by kingchris
some bluetooth ( i phone and i pad ) are only for headsets not remote access. thats why it wont work for it.
p.s. my vote went right here.!
I did that write up incorrectly.
EVGA Precision mobile version of the app is only available on Android. They do not have an ipad or iphone version. The android version did not work for me on Samsung device. It did work for few people in the evga forums. EVGA Precision uses blue tooth
MSI Afterburner mobile version of the app is available for Apple and Android. It polls the network. I could not get it work on Apple, in the sense when I went to overclock, the app would crash. It did read all the temperature, clock , mem etc. properly and display. Just no remote overclocking.
The most stable one I found was MSI Afterburner for Android to be working efficiently on the Samsung Galaxy tab.
Yes you are correct iPhone and iPad is only headsets and music, and that's why EVGA doesn't have an Apple version of their remote app. They should have just gone a different route like sending data to computer via network and then having the desktop app (remote server) do the work.
I started on this track because I could not get any of the OSD's to work. Neither MSI After burner or EVGA OSD (both use RivaTuner) work on a 64 bit Windows or 64 bit applications. So I can see the OSD inside a 32 application like DIVX. But cannot see the OSD in games.
So if I am busy gaming and I want to see what my temperatures look like-- there is no way unless I alt-tab back to windows. (and no I am not gaming in windows mode).
Thanks for the vote.
Originally Posted by alancsalt
We didn't even need Forest Girl to tell us to..
Hah...I am gonna miss ForestGirl. My contract ended last Wednesday at that particular telecommunication company. My next contract is at a pharmaceutical company and have 10 days to kill before I start there. But hey I will have a job without a long transition.
Its time I put up a new thread for my son's build - with CaseLabs SM8 / EVGA Z87 Stinger.