MSI published beta version 19 of its Afterburner 4.4.0 tool. Usually I wouldn't post this sort of news but this time there's something of interest in the changelog. First up, the new Afterburner tool adds support for AMD's Vega 10 GPUs:
Added low-level AMD Vega 10 graphics processors family support. This means that now MSI AB can access this GPU directly without AMD ADL API, so more powerful voltage control (no longer limited by AMD ADL API) and extended and more efficient low-level hardware monitoring are available for Vega now
Core voltage control for reference design AMD Vega series cards is now performed via low-level access to on-die SMC microcontroller. Voltage is adjusted in offset form now, applied to all P-states (just like it was on Fiji/Polaris) and full -100..+100 range is available
Added GPU power draw graph to hardware monitoring module for AMD Vega series graphics cards
Added HBM memory temperature graph to hardware monitoring module for AMD Vega series graphics cards
Secondly, the new version also adds support for the unreleased GeForce GTX 1070 Ti! Word on the street is that NVIDIA will roll out this card by the end of the month, and that samples should arrive as early as next week. The GeForce GTX 1070 Ti is closer to the GTX 1080 in terms of performance, and will be a real headache for AMD's Radeon RX Vega 56.
Added core voltage control for reference design NVIDIA GeForce GT 1070 Ti series graphics cards