It's been years using Afterburner with my EVGA's, but now I had to come back to (EVGA's Precision X OC) for my new 1080Ti Hybrid FTW3.
So far every seems to good with and I see all these new feature which I'm trying to setup here, but I'm bit confuse with a few things.
For now I would like anyone's help on these questions :
-How do you set the OSD towards the far right of the screen?
-Can the OSD be set as 2D to add different colors on the letters?...Like RivaTuner.
-Is it even possible to use RivaTuner with EVGA's Precision X OC??
-Do you have to keep the 120mm Radiator Fan connected to the GPU?...I would like to connect Fan to another fan controller.
It appears that you already made some of the asked questions on the other post concerning the LED Sync.
So I'll try to answer to all of your question in this post only without repating the answers on the other post.
- You can set the OSD coordinate on the screen by typing the right coordinate number in the boxes which I highlighted for you:
You can easily identify your screen's coordinate by using "Mofiki's coordinate finder" app, simply open the app and click on any place of your screen to know the exact coordinates of the point in which you clicked on.
(In my case since I'm using a 1920 x 1080 screen monitor I typed 1600 on X-coordinate box to make the OSD display on top-right position and having 1920 - 1600 = 320 pixels of clearance for showing all the statistic values without going out of the screen).
- You can select the color of any of the OSD statistic by simply select the color by clicking on the white square box next to the voice "Show in On-Screen Display" (white is the default color that's why the square is white).
- You can use Riva Tuner with Precision X but only with Precision X OSD disabled in order to avoid any kind of conflicts that may be occur.
- You can plug the radiator fan to another fan controller if it has the standard 4-pin or 3 pin connector like any other case fan. By doing so you will loose the radiator fan control in Precision X though.
I hope I answered your questions.