But if you smooth "a spicky graph" you will get "round edges", but still every data point of the graph will be shown -> you win not really something.
Export to an Excel file: NO. The original logfile is a "csv"-file (comma seperated value) -> you can open original logfile in Excel already.
hm ... I think this is not possible. But I have a tip for: you can use average values to identify the tendency:
Select with the "Edit" functionality "one hour time windows" (one hour after another)
The "average value" shows the average of the selected hour
BTW, you can...
New Version 5.2
Hi all, I built a version 5.2 with the following new feature (inspired by @engmia):
ability to save the current setup
ability to load a previous saved setup
After loading a logfile, the two new buttons are shown. They allow to save/load your parameters of the...
New Version 5.1
Hi all, I built a version 5.1 with the following new features:
ability to save a screenshot of the GenericLogViewer window directly in one of the following graphic formats:
Feature "different categories of one file in one diagram"...
Yeah, I think the original cable from the Power Supply should be fine. Maybe you try another one (from Power Supply), for sure there are several delivered with the Corsair RM850 ...
Next step: describe your problem in a MSI Forum, where you can find people with more experience with this...
OK, your Power Supply is fine !
Regarding RAM Voltage maybe you check on YouTube some MSI BIOS explanations ...
I found a screenshot which shows exact your values:
One more thing:
how is the cable between Power Supply and Graphics Card: good quality ?
I think it only uses one PCI-E 6Pin...
OK, I had a quick look at your logs ... and all your temperatures, loads (CPU & GPU), MHz or RPMs look fine !
But I have two questions:
at which speed is your RAM running ?
how powerful is your Power Supply (which model) ?
your voltage is "a little bit low": 90%...
I built a version 5.0 with the following new features:
MSI Afterburner Logs are now supported too (*.hml)
"Statistic"-diagram got many improvements (now it works as it should)
New diagram-type "Triple" implemented, which shows Minimum, Average and Maximum in a barchart
first of all: WOW, what a system !
I had a quick look at your logs and see the following (on my screenshot):
Red values: Data 1
Green values: Data 2
So I assume "GPU ... Data 2" is your second 2080Ti, the diagrams show
Row 1: GPU 2 has "all...