MSI Afterburner has been updated to support the RTX 4000 and Radeon RX 7900 GPU. It is the first update of the popular overclocking tool in over two years, due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The developer of the tool is Russian.
In addition to support for new GPUs, The update brings 4.6.5 Also supports monitoring of Intel Arc GPUs. However, these Intel GPUs are not overclocked via Afterburner. In addition, there is experimental support for 13th generation Intel and AMD Ryzen 7000 processors. The hardware monitor also uses more data sources to display CPU usage. The update also added smaller features and fixed bugs.
The update is amazing, as the development of the tool seems to be put on the back burner. Developer Alexey Nicolaychuk said early this year that he had worked on the software for 11 months without pay and that it didn’t look like he was going to get any money anytime soon. On the other hand, MSI said that it would be difficult to pay the developer again due to the sanctions imposed on Russia for invading Ukraine.
Nicolaychuk is still Afterburner’s developer Also released this version of the tool, according to a post on the Guru3D forum. It is not clear if the payment issues have been resolved. Afterburner last update is from December 2021.
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