Enlarge / Nvidia’s RTX 4080 (rear) and 4070 (front). (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

Anyone who has ever attempted to squeeze a little more performance out of a graphics card is probably familiar with MSI Afterburner, software used for GPU overclocking and undervolting and performance monitoring. Despite the MSI branding, it’s actually widely compatible with Nvidia and AMD GPUs from all vendors, and for years it has been a simple-but-effective tool for people trying to get the most out of their hardware.
The app’s stable version was updated earlier this week for the first time since late 2021, adding official support for Nvidia’s RTX 4000 series cards and AMD’s RX 7000 series cards, partial Intel Arc support, and a few other additions and fixes.
The long gap between the release of version 4.6.4 and 4.6.5 results from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022. The software is maintained primarily by Alexey Nicolaychuk,

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