Gpu tweak 2 vs afterburner.What is better? Afterburner or Asus GPU tweak2?
Gpu tweak 2 vs afterburner
1. MSI Afterburner.GPU Tweak vs Afterburner – Which is better?
Feb 14, · GPU Tweak works just fine for OCing, I use it for my Asus card. There are other tools available for system monitoring. Yea but MSI Afterburner is more convinent for me. Its an OC and a OSD in one. On 2/13/ at PM, Texhnlyze said: Use both for EXTREME performance. Jul 20, · I would prefer GPU Tweak (GT) over AfterBurner (AB) since it is an OEM software shipped with the Graphic Card. (Yes I do really know MSI did this part better than ASUS) In the end of the day, being an ASUS user plus using its software is the way to improve their products as well as telling the developers to fix what they think it had been done. An included up to 1-year XSplit Gamecaster premium license* — a $99 USD value — lets you easily stream or record gameplay via a convenient, in-game overlay. The overlay also displays GPU clock speed, temperature, and VRM usage, and has GPU Tweak II controls, so gamers can choose a gaming profile and boost performance with just one click.
Gpu tweak 2 vs afterburner.ASUS │ GPU Tweak II
3 years ago. I got my stable OC settings with MSI Afterburner and used the “burn” function of GPU Tweak, because now I don’t need Afterburner running in the background. 1. level 2. Reddhero An included up to 1-year XSplit Gamecaster premium license* — a $99 USD value — lets you easily stream or record gameplay via a convenient, in-game overlay. The overlay also displays GPU clock speed, temperature, and VRM usage, and has GPU Tweak II controls, so gamers can choose a gaming profile and boost performance with just one click. Jul 04, · I am using MSI afterburner light years from GPU Tweak II and the aura software for the RGB light. pstlouis, Jul 3, #6. kx11 Ancient Guru. Messages: 3, Likes Received: GPU: RTX MSI AB, i have Strix SLi and i used GUP Tweak II.
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DFI 852GME-MGF: Pentium M to the desktop masses
Over the past 4 months, the DFI 852GME-MGF is already the third motherboard on the market that allows the use of Intel mobile processors not for their “intended purpose” (i.e.e. in laptops), so there are all the prerequisites to consider solutions of this type in a little more detail.
Like the two previous products (I855GMEm-LFS from AOpen and 855GME-MGF from the same DFI), the board is intended for building compact systems based on Pentium M / Celeron M processors manufactured by 0.13 μm (Banias) and 0.09 micron (Dothan) process technology, and has, accordingly, the Micro ATX form factor. Unlike the older brothers, which use the Intel 855GME chip with integrated graphics (Graphics Memory Controller Hub, GMCH) as the north bridge, the 852GME-MGF motherboard is based on its close relative Intel 852GME GMCH, generally speaking, which officially only supports Mobile Pentium 4. DFI engineers somehow managed to make this microcircuit work together with Pentium M, as a result of which a bonus appeared in the form of support for yet unannounced mobile CPUs with 533 MHz QPB:
Everything below the belt for DFI boards is the same: the server Intel 6300ESB (I / O Controller Hub, ICH) based on ICH5 acts as the south bridge ? non-standard solution:
AOpen I855GMEm-LFS here uses ICH4-M included in Intel 855GME kit:
It is the differences in the southern part that determine the niches in which the use of systems based on products from AOpen and DFI is most appropriate: I855GMEm-LFS is suitable for home or office, as a base for a machine for work and entertainment; 85xGME-MGF will show all its best sides as a base for independent devices for data processing in networks and communications.
But, it should be noted, such a division is conditional, because so far only the “skeleton” has been considered. Indeed, among other things, these motherboards have rich functionality implemented through additional discrete controllers.
Rear panel connectors for example 852GME-MGF:
- mini-DIN-6 PS / 2 mouse port
- mini-DIN-6 PS / 2 keyboard port
- DB-25 parallel port
- DB-9 serial port
- D-Sub connector for monitor (i852GME GMCH)
- IEEE 1394 (VIA VT6307)
- RJ45 Gb LAN (Realtek RTL8110S)
- 4 x USB 2.0/1.1 (i6300ESB ICH)
- Mic-in, line-in and line-out (Realtek ALC655)
A superficial examination of the board shows that it probably has a 2-phase voltage converter (however, like everyone else). The 85xGME-MGF PCB designs are identical; dense layout of the north bridge, connectors for memory and processor, as well as only two slots for memory, controllers sent “to Siberia” ? all this says that this is either an overclocking board “by design” (but it is still 4-layer, the only power connector is far from the VRM module), or a server board (but no, 2 memory slots …). Probably still a hybrid unknown to science, but DFI will not be DFI, if it does not implement a couple of “interesting” features in the BIOS.
Further, Socket 479 itself deserves attention ? it does not have a traditional “foot” and the processor is fixed in it with a screw (from below, on the platform). If in AOpen products the cooler mount is standard for Socket 478, then on DFI boards it is difficult to identify, but in any case the manufacturer supplements the kit with such a kid:
Do not be alarmed, considering the estimated power consumption of the latest Pentium M (21 W), it will be quite enough. You shouldn’t worry about performance either: systems based on Pentium M and Athlon 64 processors, operating at equal frequencies, show approximately the same performance in tasks that are not critical to memory bandwidth ? the legacy of the Pentium III is affected. All this opens up tempting prospects for such systems: in terms of performance / power consumption (read: noise), they probably have no equal among modern platforms. However, at the moment in Japan, similar products are in the region of $ 270-280 ? this is the price for exclusivity
The rest of the characteristics of the DFI 852GME-MGF are as follows (according to the manufacturer):
- Supported Processors: Pentium M / Celeron M (mPGA479M)
- bus: 400/533 MHz (QPB)
- supported memory: PC1600 / PC2100 / PC2700 (2.5 V not buffered); DDR SDRAM DIMM with ECC support (single channel)
- Supported Graphics Cards: AGP 2.0 4x / 2x interface (1.5V; 3.3 in ? not supported)
- other expansion slots: 2 x PCI 2.2, PCI-X 2.2
- connectors for NMJD: 2 x IDE, 2 x SATA (with the possibility of organizing RAID 0/1)
- power supply: 20-pin single ATX connector
Yes, of course, not a lot (northbridge), but probably with the announcement of new chipsets for the Intel mobile platform (Sonoma) next month, the situation will improve significantly, motherboard manufacturers will have a place to deploy, and we will still have announcements of desktop products for Pentium M with rich possibilities and modern solutions. Who knows, maybe it is the systems based on such a base that will unexpectedly become the most logical basis for building a “digital home”.
Based on materials from PC Watch, ACII24