There's a new version of MSI's Afterburner graphics card overclocking software available for download, version 2.1.0. New to this version is support for the latest Nvidia GeForce 500 and AMD Radeon HD 6000 series of videocards, as well as a new "Predator" in-game video capture function. Why it's called Predator is anyone's guess, but nomenclature aside, you can now use MSI's overclocking utility to capture awesome game sequences and upload them to YouTube.
On the overclocking side, MSI's Afterburner software includes adjustable sliders for core voltage (mV), core clockspeed, shader clockspeed, memory clockspeed, and fan speed (measured in percentages). It's free to download and use, and works with graphics cards regardless of which company manufactured it, not just MSI-brand hardware. The latest release also supports third-party software so gamers can create their own interface
In addition to updating its Afterburner software, MSI also released version 2.0.0 of its Kombustor testing utility for videocards, which is essentially a stability tester.