MSI Afterburner OSD showing wrong values

Apollo

New Member
I want to make hwinfo's cpu and gpu voltage readings visible in msi's osd, but when I add them, it just shows 1V all the time, and never changes, even though hwinfo shows 0.753V for example.
How do I fix this? Thanks in advance!
 
That's probably due to some rounding applied due to limited number of digits to be shown.
Yup, I figured it out just now :D. For anyone else that might have the same problem, just put %.3f in the "Format" field in the msi setup and it should work. It gives you 3 decimal places, so change the number 3 in %.3f to how many decimal places you want.
 
Yup, I figured it out just now :D. For anyone else that might have the same problem, just put %.3f in the "Format" field in the msi setup and it should work. It gives you 3 decimal places, so change the number 3 in %.3f to how many decimal places you want.
thank you! =)
 
Yup, I figured it out just now :D. For anyone else that might have the same problem, just put %.3f in the "Format" field in the msi setup and it should work. It gives you 3 decimal places, so change the number 3 in %.3f to how many decimal places you want.
Thank you! Spent an hour trying to figure this out, since the regular graph monitor in AB had the decimals, but not the OSD.
 
Yup, I figured it out just now :D. For anyone else that might have the same problem, just put %.3f in the "Format" field in the msi setup and it should work. It gives you 3 decimal places, so change the number 3 in %.3f to how many decimal places you want.
Just logged in to thank you!
 
Yup, I figured it out just now :D. For anyone else that might have the same problem, just put %.3f in the "Format" field in the msi setup and it should work. It gives you 3 decimal places, so change the number 3 in %.3f to how many decimal places you want.
thank u so much
 
Yup, I figured it out just now :D. For anyone else that might have the same problem, just put %.3f in the "Format" field in the msi setup and it should work. It gives you 3 decimal places, so change the number 3 in %.3f to how many decimal places you want.
Thank you so much Apollo
 
Back
Top