I actually did about 5 reinstalls to try to see what it was that was getting installed that caused the issue and I'm pretty sure that was it. Unwinder came to these forums as a courtesy to offer assistance to those having problems using Precision. They really need to get someone that knows programming very well, as well as hardware. You only want to draw what load is needed when needed. Then a company like powercolor buys a stripped down version once every 5 years or something? That would be like having your car engine run constantly at 7500 rpm even when stopped at a traffic light or stuck in bumper to bumper traffic.
In general case - yes, multiple applications accessing hardware directly may conflict due to unsynchronized low-level access to hardware. Why prematurely degrade your hardware? If they keep it up, I will probably be doing some Asus bios research in the near future. Anyway, I'd be ecstatic if you would implement this feature. Hopefully evga will be able to get a handle on Precision and iron out the kinks. Due to my inexperience with the settings please help how to do it correctly.
But now it's loading the profile all by itself. They really need to get someone that knows programming very well, as well as hardware. So, if you think that i've insulted you, i apologize to you. Go to Application Profile Properties where applications are listed 2. Does the offset affect the lowest your clock can go or just the boost? I'm currently running this skin on Afterburner: Nice, simple and easy to read without the extra crap. Also, any info on the level at which Afterburner sets it's profiles? Nothing prevents anyone from doing the same and contributing community similar way. The Afterburner program seems like the head of the class and then all the other clones follow suit.
I've had best results with using the framebuffer so leave it as is To create a application profile: 1. Been using afterburner since its initial release and before that was river tuner. Both are based on the same Rivatuner base developed by Unwinder. Look up the 7970 and Asus RoG Forums for example. They really need to get someone that knows programming very well, as well as hardware. However, are these even really necessary with Kepler? Does the offset affect the lowest your clock can go or just the boost? Up through Precision version 4.
Previously single graph settings mode was active by default, but you could apply some settings e. Are essentially just Re-Skins of. My profile is a straight line from 50% speed at 40C to 100% speed at 65C. Reviewers use precision X for their overclocking and it seem reliable. Both are based on the same Rivatuner base developed by Unwinder.
I have tried msi afterburner but not with much luck. So you might want to check that out. I looped heaven in a 1280 x 720 widowed screen at max settings and bump up the clock offest incrementally. Or just go right to Riva Tuner. Yes I'm pretty sure the author are one and the same, I think W1z conformed this early on in post 2 or 3, actually maybe not but I'm still pretty sure 2. The older versions last update was released back in July 2013 and this might deter some from installing a utility which can alter voltage and clocks in an expensive piece of hardware. He really pissed me off that day.
Keep up the good work. I don't care even if you've invented cold fusion, you'll not treat me like shit. Ah right that would be why the sensor types and support for some of these hardware parts. I do not know what the harm would be to support reference cards as far as I know Asus releases generic nvidia cards like everyone else. Hopefully evga will be able to get a handle on Precision and iron out the kinks.
Do you know where it may be a mistake. Up through Precision version 4. Otherwise I would have to keeps thousands of dollars in the bank and this hardware would have to last. That's absolutely everything that you need to create your professional looking skins and show a few millions of application users who is the daddy in skinning. There would be no profit involved in it Precision X is free. Is this good and is there any more I can do to get better performance? Precision used to be reliable up through version 4. For example, I do not know where to find the rendering mode Vector 2D and 3D Vector, Raster 3D.
I still use voltage for my classies through the classy voltage tool. That seems like a lot of responsibility for one dude. Have no clue why or how. I understand overclocking will get the best results. Under On Screen Display rendering Mode there are 3 options Vector 2D, Vector 3D, and Raster 3D 4. I find it confusing that Afterburner seems to be the go to for so many folks regardless of their cards' actual make. Loading it directly or through wrapper, random results almost on every try.