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We will be using MSI Afterburner (You can use EVGA Precision X too, it works the same as it based on the same base layer). This app is primarily based around graphcis card overvolting and overclocking however it also includes an excellent on screen display and also screenshot/video recording functions. This guide will cover how to set up afterburner to take screenshots, you can learn the other features yourself. Don't play with voltages or GPU clocks if you don't know what you're doing.

1. Download MSI Afterburner.

http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/download.htm

2. Install MSI Afterburner by running the executable.

3. Open MSI Afterburner, click settings in the bottom right.

4. At the top, click the screen capture tab

5. Set a hotkey, I use F10

6. You can change settings such as screenshot file type (I leave it on BMP as it is the highest quality, if you have a poor upload speed on your connection, go for JPG) and screenshot directory. My settings are BMP, 100% quality with the screenshot directory as the 'My Pictures' folder on my PC.

7. Press 'OK'

8. Done! You can now upload the image produced to the image upload site of your choice. I recommend imgur.

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