After Unwinder, a developer of MSI Afterburner, claimed that MSI was no longer a popular overclocking tool, the future of MSI Afterburner has been cast into doubt.unfrequented“Project F” stops performing [its] Obligations.” Unwinder TechPowerUp reportsAlexey Nikolaychuk, a Russian native, suggests that MSI doesn’t pay him for the better part a year. He might need to quit developing Afterburner and switch to “something else” that would allow him to pay his bills.
MSI stated that it plans to continue developing the software. A spokesperson for the company Says computer gamesIt’s completely safe [intends]Follow up with MSI Afterburner. They said that MSI was working on a solution, and they expect it to be solved “soon”.
After Nikolaychuk wrote “the MSI Afterburner Project may have died”, there were suspicions. In the Guru3D forumsUpdates on the development of the project. “I have tried to continue to fulfill my obligations and have worked on the project on my own for the past 11 months, but nothing but disappointment has resulted in it; I have the feeling that I am just beating a dead horse and [wasting]Don’t waste your energy on something you don’t need [the] company.”
MSI Afterburner is a popular program that allows you to overclock your graphics cards. It allows you to adjust voltages and clock speeds, which can help you get more out of your machines. MSI Afterburner is compatible with both Nvidia graphics cards and AMD graphics cards. This makes it a popular tool you’ll see recommended in overclocking guides such as Who is this computer gamesOr Who is this Rock Paper Gun.
Nikolaychuk explains that the apparent payment problem is due to “war and political,” and that the timeline he uses is consistent with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. harsh economic sanctionsInternational community placed on the state.
In a statement made to wccftechHassan MojtabaAn MSI spokesperson stated, “Its product management and accounting team are now handling this issue.” Our payment to the author has not been transferred due to war. We are still in touch with him and trying to resolve this matter. Nicolaychuk and MSI did not immediately respond. The edgeComment
If there is no solution, it is not clear how long MSIAfterburner will be usable with the latest hardware and Windows updates. The most current stable version Released in December 2021It is still able recognize recent graphics cards such as the Nvidia RTX 4090. (Although in our tests, it was only able to adjust clock speeds—not voltages.)
Although Nicolaychuk has stated his desire to leave MSI Afterburner after a while, Nicolaychuk said he will continue to work on RTSS, a closely-related application that is often used in conjunction With Afterburner to display information regarding hardware performance while playing video games. MSI Afterburner’s closest competitor is EVGA’s Precision X1 appBut with EVGA is getting out of the graphics card businessIt is unclear how long overclocking software support can last. If MSI or Nicolaychuk are unable to find a solution they will likely find another manufacturer.
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