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Or even just "new drivers" (from NV and AMD) can cause existing versions to stop working.Sad news, but understandable. I've used Afterburner for 10+ years and will continue using it but at some point it will stop working on new cards.
If that individual is responsible for the innovation in Afterburner, it might be ok for a while, but in a few years it'll become a profit-motivated trashware.A statement from MSI
It isn't dead
Isn't that what EVGA Precision did? That was also OCing software based on RivaTuner (From Unwinder), that was licensed, and then they had a falling-out with the dev. If they had the source code, they may have sold access to MSI to continue on with an "unlicensed" version.A statement from MSI
It isn't dead
MSI would be knowingly bypassing sanctions?Its a bit odd. Whats to prevent Alexey from opening a bank account in a country that doesnt sanction Russia?
Nothing to do with sanctions. MSI still operates in Russia as of 9 Jan 2023 (search for "MSI" in the link below), which means they have absolutely no problem handling said financial transactions.MSI would be knowingly bypassing sanctions?
Seriously, this is what BitCoin was made for. Drop some anonymous crypto that can't be traced back to the company into a new wallet that no one has ever seen before and let normal people get on with life.Couldn't MSI pay using some form of crypto? Or is that still illegal in Russia? Anyway, don't want to make this about politics, I just hope that some solution can be found. MSI afterburner is a great utility, and it is amazing how well it works on so many various cards.