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*laughs*

That movie wasn't all that bad, had some good laughs in it. "It was very dangerous meeting you..."
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Originally Posted by mbed0123 View Post

So maybe I am looking at all of this wrong or not I don't know..... I go to MSI's AB portion to download/see what's available again to check for stability on the "RAM" caching aspect of the newest release and the only version available for Beta is 14??!?!?!

I know I have beta 16 installed because I'm looking at right friggen now.... Doesn anyone know of anything that I don't in regards to AB? Like is this going to toast my **** and that's why they've regressed in Beta versions available for download??

Really interested to see if anyone has anything to say about this.

Update: The "RAM" caching **** does not work. I can get a few seconds of it to record, but it will always crash the game. Straight up says (Game) stopped working. Only attempted on Crysis 3 and BF3. Does anyone have anything to add to this?

What do you mean?
Here is the download page and all latest versions are there! http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/msi_afterburner_beta_download.html



Also take a look here:http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=382760 there's a discussion about the new functions in AB beta 16!

Cheers

Ed
Edited by OccamRazor - 10/27/13 at 6:18pm
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so I am finaly starting to F@H with my Titan nad I have two questions:

1) there is setting for "Double precision" in NVCP. should I turn it on or off ? its off by default

2) does the client use both my GPU and CPU on 100% or I need some other program for folding on CPU ?

thanks I am noob biggrin.gif


1) I don't know.

2) The last time I messed with any of this you had to run separate client's for CPU & GPU.

So am I, and your best bet will be heading over to the F@H Forum where plenty of people should be willing to help you get your beast's crunching.
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Yeah thanks for clearing that up, but my main question was how come they're not on MSI's own site any more?? Anyone can post a link to a download on their site, just as simple as having the file yourself and putting it up there.

Just made me a little interested as to why that would happen...
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Yeah thanks for clearing that up, but my main question was how come they're not on MSI's own site any more?? Anyone can post a link to a download on their site, just as simple as having the file yourself and putting it up there.

Just made me a little interested as to why that would happen...

Beta versions are not on MSI website.
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Beta versions are not on MSI website.

yes they are, unless I have extra special vision and or my computer does it's own thing online..... here is a picture guy.....



just making sure I didn't dream this into fruition.....
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I can't help but giggle @ all the driver issues going on with 290X release. I guess it's par for AMD's course though.
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lets just hope its not a glimpse into the future for 290x cards lol, especially after all the people valiantly defended amd drivers in all those threads, that would be embarrassing if they didnt get a proper driver for it for a month or so.
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Hmm, going over a lot of data I am at a crossroads. I am posting this in both the 290X and Titan threads for input. My post is only in reference to Eyefinity/Surround resolution and 4K data. Virtually all reviews had the 290X at it's stock ~1000 MHz and Titans stock boost around ~993 MHz, so roughly the same.

Averaging all of those numbers up, 290X clock for clock is about 6% faster than Titan at these high resolutions. Some of that in part to Crossfire on average scaling a tad better than SLI.

I could most likely sell the Titan's with waterblocks for around $650 each, which would be pretty much a wash with new 290X's and water blocks.

So basically I'd need to get my 290X's up to ~1225 MHz on water in order to match my 1300 MHz Titans at these resolutions. Then in comes down to how smooth are 290X's in Crossfire Eyefinity/4K versus SLI? What is the status of the frame pacing drivers?

Basically, I'd be giving up better power and heat characteristics of the Titans for slightly faster performance. The Titan's are already a sunk cost, so that would be a wash with the 290X's. VRAM I am not worried about, 4GB is fine as at these resolutions as I don't run much AA.

NVIDIA has the G-Sync trick up their sleeve, which may make it hard to switch red. Although, there might be a whole new generation of GPU's out before we see that in 4K monitors or anything non 144 Hz TN based. The question of whether I'd run non-Lightboost G-Sync over non G-Sync Lightboost is also of importance. The 290X's could run Lightboost but not G-Sync.

If I were buying new cards, pretty much a no-brainer to go with the 290X's. Since I already have Titan's, it makes it much harder. NVIDIA is quite laughable keeping Titan's at $1000. Their sales have had to drop to virtually zero over the last few days. One thing I don't like about NVIDIA is they come off to me as more arrogant than their competition. Kinda like Apple in their segment. Although, I will say NVIDIA do more R&D in the display field such as Lightboost and G-Sync, so I guess we must pay a little for that. AMD seems more practical overall.

I guess it can come down to simply if I want G-Sync or not. Or whether Lightboost which either can run would be superior anyways...
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Hmm, going over a lot of data I am at a crossroads. I am posting this in both the 290X and Titan threads for input. My post is only in reference to Eyefinity/Surround resolution and 4K data. Virtually all reviews had the 290X at it's stock ~1000 MHz and Titans stock boost around ~993 MHz, so roughly the same.

Averaging all of those numbers up, 290X clock for clock is about 6% faster than Titan at these high resolutions. Some of that in part to Crossfire on average scaling a tad better than SLI.

I could most likely sell the Titan's with waterblocks for around $650 each, which would be pretty much a wash with new 290X's and water blocks.

So basically I'd need to get my 290X's up to ~1225 MHz on water in order to match my 1300 MHz Titans at these resolutions. Then in comes down to how smooth are 290X's in Crossfire Eyefinity/4K versus SLI? What is the status of the frame pacing drivers?

Basically, I'd be giving up better power and heat characteristics of the Titans for slightly faster performance. The Titan's are already a sunk cost, so that would be a wash with the 290X's. VRAM I am not worried about, 4GB is fine as at these resolutions as I don't run much AA.

NVIDIA has the G-Sync trick up their sleeve, which may make it hard to switch red. Although, there might be a whole new generation of GPU's out before we see that in 4K monitors or anything non 144 Hz TN based. The question of whether I'd run non-Lightboost G-Sync over non G-Sync Lightboost is also of importance. The 290X's could run Lightboost but not G-Sync.

If I were buying new cards, pretty much a no-brainer to go with the 290X's. Since I already have Titan's, it makes it much harder. NVIDIA is quite laughable keeping Titan's at $1000. Their sales have had to drop to virtually zero over the last few days. One thing I don't like about NVIDIA is they come off to me as more arrogant than their competition. Kinda like Apple in their segment. Although, I will say NVIDIA do more R&D in the display field such as Lightboost and G-Sync, so I guess we must pay a little for that. AMD seems more practical overall.

I guess it can come down to simply if I want G-Sync or not. Or whether Lightboost which either can run would be superior anyways...

I would say it would be a complete waste for you to switch to R9 290x. I'm not sure why you would consider it even if it turns out to be a smaller performance increase. Safe your money enjoy what you have. AMD is playing catch up for a gpu thats been out 9 months or however long Titan has been out.

Didn't realize it was you Vega. Even still I wouldn't waste your time tearing down. Consider why you didn't move to a 4960x, the same rules apply for the 290x.
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